Paulina Velasco

Paulina Velasco

Producer

Paulina Velasco is a part-time producer of Morning Edition and All Things Considered on KCRW, as well as the Associate Producer of Lost Notes. She is a multilingual journalist based in Los Angeles.” 

Paulina Velasco on KCRW

Inside a Los Angeles private school classroom, sophomores in an AP History class discussed the Mueller Report.

High school students use Mueller Report to understand history

Inside a Los Angeles private school classroom, sophomores in an AP History class discussed the Mueller Report.

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On this season of Lost Notes, the music journalist and author Jessica Hopper is looking at artist legacies. How do they hold up? How do they change over time?

Season 2 is Coming Soon

On this season of Lost Notes, the music journalist and author Jessica Hopper is looking at artist legacies. How do they hold up? How do they change over time?

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A selection of two great KCRW podcast episodes that explore the dark and mysterious forces of nature

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A selection of two great KCRW podcast episodes that explore the dark and mysterious forces of nature

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