Brian De Los Santos is a bilingual journalist from Los Angeles, Calif.
He's currently a producer for KCRW's Sonic Trace, a project that involves storytelling of Mexican and Central American immigrants in Los Angeles.
Brian is the vice president of broadcast for the National Association of Hispanic Journalists' Los Angeles chapter.
He has covered Latino issues, immigration, politics, technology and health.
Brian's work has aired on KCRW and has appeared at NPR.org, voxxi.com, univision34.com and the award-winning multimedia project, Borderzine.
He has interned at NPR's Digital News department in Washington, D.C., working in web production and online reporting. Brian is also an alumnus of the Scripps Howard Foundation internship in Washington, D.C. at the Hispanic Link News Service, where he reported on national topics of Latinos.
He's also interned at L.A.'s NPR member station, KPCC, where he reported for a South L.A. hyperlocal website, OnCentral, and took care of other web-based duties.
Brian graduated from California State University, Northridge, where he was a reporter and editor of school publications — the Daily Sundial and El Nuevo Sol, the bilingual multimedia project.
Brian is an active member of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists, the California Chicano News Media Association, the Asian American Journalists Association and the Online News Association. He was a fellow of the UNITY 2012 Student Projects and participant of the social media and blogging team at the Asian American Journalists Association - Los Angeles' V3 Digital Media Conference.
Discover a portion of his work inside this website.