Nina Terrero

correspondent for Entertainment Weekly

Guest

Nina Terrero is a seasoned journalist whose experience encompasses on-air reporting and multimedia production across entertainment and lifestyle content. Of Puerto Rican and Dominican descent, Nina is a graduate of Cornell University. She also earned a master's degree in Political Science from Columbia University. She has worked at some of the most prestigious media outlets in the nation, including NBC News, where she was employed as Entertainment Editor at NBC Latino.

Nina Terrero on KCRW

The bodice ripper -- the campiest of romance novels, the guiltiest of literary pleasures -- is also a billion-dollar-a-year business.

Romance Novel Gold Rush

The bodice ripper -- the campiest of romance novels, the guiltiest of literary pleasures -- is also a billion-dollar-a-year business.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

More from KCRW

Artificial intelligence can predict breast cancer years before it shows up on a mammogram, according to a new MIT study .

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Iranian director Asghar Farhadi has won two Oscars and could be up for a third. His new movie “A Hero” is on this year’s shortlist for Best International Film.

from The Business

LA City Council expanded restrictions on street camping this week, while advocates for the unhoused called for a pause on such bans during the Omicron surge.

from Greater LA

After COVID-19 claimed the lives of more than 33,000 Latinos in California, community leaders fear that the high number of deaths would have generation-crossing and traumatic effects…

from KCRW Features

Kroger grocery workers are experiencing widespread food insecurity, wage disparity, and harsh working conditions, according to a new report by Economic Roundtable.

from KCRW Features

Writer Noah Hawley on how fiction can create empathy.

from The Treatment

For our first episode of 2022, we’re doubling our usual offerings with a best-of selection from the series, including Hector Morlet, Telenova, Miiesha, and more.

from KCRW’s Global Beat

LAUSD requires students and staff to submit a COVID test before returning to school on Tuesday. More than 60,000 have tested positive, and that has parents worried.

from Greater LA

An influx of patients is straining already short-staffed hospitals, and some have canceled elective surgeries, including Providence Holy Cross Medical Center in the San Fernando…

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand