Wallis Annenberg has announced that the Photo Space will not be re-opening. Read her letter of appreciation on the closing of a chapter in Los Angeles.
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Starting at Los Angeles PBS affiliate KCET in the early 1990s, Saul Gonzalez has been a producer and correspondent for a smorgasbord of different local and national public TV and radio programs. They include SoCal Connected, The PBS NewsHour, Religion & Ethics Newsweekly and Which Way LA? Currently, he is a producer and correspondent for the NPR affiliate KCRW and a contributing producer and correspondent to the national public radio series The World, where he frequently reports on issues related to immigration.
During his career, Gonzalez has covered such issues as famine in Sudan, Muslim integration into European society, the rise of evangelical Christianity in Latin America and the plight of migrant workers on Florida farm fields. Closer to home, he’s reported on everything from L.A.’s first affordable crisis to L.A.’s first transgender modeling agency. For his work, Gonzalez has won numerous Emmys and other awards. He’s also won the Los Angeles Press Club’s Radio Journalist of the Year award two years in a row.
As of July 2016