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Employment History

The Record-Journal


Reporter and Producer

Connecticut Public Radio


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Samaia Hernandez | yourpublicmedia.org

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Samaia Hernandez
Samaia Hernandez began working with Connecticut Public Radio in January as a reporter/producer. She contributes to daily newscasts, produces environmental coverage and episodes of daily talk shows including Where We Live. Ms. Hernandez has covered local, state-wide and national issues on topics ranging from education to crime as a staff reporter for the Record-Journal of Meriden and the Hartford Courant. She was honored in 2009 with a first-place award in reporting from the Connecticut Society of Professional Journalists; for a feature story on the lone Hispanic plaintive in a U.S. Supreme Court discrimination case. She holds a degree in comparative literature from the University of California at Santa Barbara where she spent her last semester with U.C. Berkeley, studying Latin American politics in La Havana, Cuba. She relocated to the Northeast in 2007, but considers Los Angeles home.


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By Samaia Hernandez - The Record Journal
By Samaia Hernandez - The Record Journal


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By Samaia Hernandez, Record-Journal
By Samaia Hernandez, Record-Journal staff


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By Samaia Hernandez, Record-Journal staff
By Samaia Hernandez, Record-Journal staff By Samaia Hernandez, Record-Journal By Samaia Hernandez, Record-Journal staff


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