Sonia Narang

Sonia Narang

Independent Producer

Sonia Narang is a multimedia journalist who covers health, culture, the environment, and immigrant issues. Her radio work can be heard on PRI's The World and the BBC World Service. Sonia's reporting has taken her across India, Pakistan, Nepal, Japan, the Philippines, and the United States. A native Angeleno, she's lived in many different cities, from New York City to New Delhi, but she keeps coming back to her hometown of LA.

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