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

From New York City to the San Francisco Bay area, these stories are about heroes who go to extraordinary lengths to save the local wildlife they love.

KCRW Podcast Spotlight: The Things We Do For Animals

From New York City to the San Francisco Bay area, these stories are about heroes who go to extraordinary lengths to save the local wildlife they love.

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