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Southern California Public Radio
474 South Raymond Avenue
Southern California Public Radio (SCPR) is a member-supported public radio network that operates 89.3 KPCC-FM in Los Angeles and Orange County, 89.1 KUOR-FM in the Inland Empire and 90.3 KPCV in the Coachella Valley. Reaching more than a 600,000 listeners...
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Karen Fritsche | 89.3 KPCC
Karen Fritsche Producer, AirTalk
Karen Fritsche is a producer for AirTalk with Larry Mantle.
Previously, Fritsche was a freelance producer for many of KPCCâ€™s shows, as well as APMâ€™s national program Weekend America.
radio reporting has been featured on public radio stations coast-to-coast.
has also written print pieces for LA Weekly, Pasadena Weekly and the Los Angeles Downtown News
started out in radio at KPFK.
first interview for the show Uprising!
The subject of that interview died on the phone with her
, which led to the 28-minute radio documentary called â€œThe Day Fannie Brown Died.â€�
Fritsche is a native of Los Angeles and has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Occidental College, where she graduated cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa
When sheâ€™s not making radio, Fritsche
time cooking, writing, taking pictures and wanderlusting.
lives with her
longtime partner Allen Mezquida, their beautiful son Nathanael, and a cat sheâ€™d like to trade in for a dog.
All trades final.
Stories by Karen Fritsche
Please help identify Karens typewriter bird
John Rabe and Karen Fritsche
| Off-Ramp | September 13th, 2013, 12:49pm
Katrina Schwartz and Karen Fritsche
| November 22nd, 2010, 5:00am
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...Karen Fritsche is a freelance public radio producer and writer living in Los Angeles.Karen
is a regular fill-in producer for KPCC's daily, current affairs talk shows, AirTalk and Patt Morrison, as well as American Public Media's
reporting has been heard on KPCC's Off-Ramp, KPCC news, and WBUR's Here and Now.