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

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