Podcasts.


The Tiki Bar // PRX and Honolulu Civil Beat’s Offshore


Why Tiki? // Ampersand // part of an upcoming podcast about Tiki bars and cultural appropriation

F This Weekly // A podcast about women of color in the arts and entertainment
select episodes:
*a conversation about comedy and suicide with YouTube star Anna Akana
*a story about Asian hair problems with director Patrick Epino
*“Women for the Win” live episode at the LA Asian Pacific Film Festival






Radio.

Rapper Ruby Ibarra says Waray and Tagalog are ‘perfect for hip-hop’ // PRI The World

Inside an audition for America’s Got Talent // KPCC The Frame

Meet the Filipina-American rapper making music about bi-culturalism and empowerment // KPCC The Frame

Old Hollywood Meets New Technology at the IMAX Virtual Reality Arcade // KPCC The Frame

An Immigrant Love Story, Four Decades in the Making // KQED The California Report

Feeling Young at the Pancake Cottage // KCRW

Henry Jenkins and the Transforming Hollywood Conference // ARN From Where We Are

“Lore”: from terryfying podcast to more terrifying TV show // KPCC The Frame

“Gook” revisits the LA riots through a Korean-American lens // KPCC The Frame

Thomas Wilkins on working with young musicians // KPCC The Frame

Kirsten Tan’s surreal road movie “Pop Aye” stars an elephant and the “Mick Jagger of Asia” // KPCC The Frame

“The Pride” helped Augustus Prew come out -- 5 years later he’s starring in the show // KPCC The Frame

With “The House,” Andrew Jay Cohen makes the leap from comedy writer to director // KPCC The Frame

From NFL to Hollywood: How this football player pulled off a mind-blowing transition // KPCC The Frame

Revisit the NBA dreams of LA high schoolers from 25 years ago in “Morningside 5” // KPCC The Frame

“Strong Island” director did not want to make “your typical true crime film” // KPCC The Frame

Scott Cooper worked to get Native American depictions right in “Hostiles” // KPCC  The Frame

After winning Wall Street and Hollywood, Netflix wants to be the next YouTube // KPCC  The Frame

Jay-Z’s new album, “4:44,” is touted as one of his best, but not everyone gets to listen // KPCC  The Frame

From peak TV to peak streaming? FX’s John Landgraf on the state of network TV // KPCC The Frame

My archive for KPCC The Frame

Interactive audio fiction.


Traveler // USC Institute of Creative Technologies

The Screen // USC Institute of Creative Technologies