Sarah Spitz

Publicity Director

Host/KCRW Staff/Producer

Sarah Spitz on KCRW

Twenty percent of LA families spend more than half their income on rent. The scarcity of affordable housing makes it hard to live near your work.

LA's School District Is Building... Housing?

Twenty percent of LA families spend more than half their income on rent. The scarcity of affordable housing makes it hard to live near your work.

from Which Way, L.A.?

An intimate look at lives forever changed by the attacks on 9/11, families and friends who tell us about their loved ones and their loss. Hosted by Audie Cornish.

We Remember: StoryCorps Stories from 9/11

An intimate look at lives forever changed by the attacks on 9/11, families and friends who tell us about their loved ones and their loss. Hosted by Audie Cornish.

from StoryCorps

Three takes on the US operation that killed Osama bin Laden. Also, the good news and bad news on the jobs report, and the GOP and the Ryan budget plan.

Obama Gets Osama; Good/Bad Jobs News; GOP on the Run

Three takes on the US operation that killed Osama bin Laden. Also, the good news and bad news on the jobs report, and the GOP and the Ryan budget plan.

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Warren Olney talks about the globalization of America’s right-wing extremists with ProPublica’s Sebastian Rotella and American University professor Carolyn Gallaher.

from To the Point

Online sales have skyrocketed during the pandemic, and so have the mountains of packaging that protect those orders in transit.

from Greater LA

Governor Gavin Newsom today signed a $7.6 billion stimulus package for California. Millions of residents will receive $600 checks.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand