KIXE PBS presents Storm Lake
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KIXE PBS and the Shasta College Foundation present Indie Lens PopUp's Storm Lake: Inside the Pulitzer-winning newspaper keeping local journalism alive.
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Storm Lake Panel
- Julie Driver
Corporate and Community Engagement at KIXE PBS
- Rob Keenan
Director of Content for KIXE PBS
- Myriam Kalmogho
Myriam is a Shasta County resident. She is a first generation immigrant from Burkina Faso and a mother of two girls. Myriam has over 15 years of experience in cultural reciprocity, community organizing, sustainability, activism, and social change. She is passionate about equity and inclusion and is specializing in innovation and systemic change. She is a Student Services Specialist at Shasta College and is also the founder of Reciproka an organization that works in culture, education and the environment.
- Brad Shackleford
Public Service Librarian
- Forrest Hartman
Forrest Hartman is an educator, journalist and film critic with experience working for a variety of TV, radio, print and online news outlets. Forrest teaches journalism at California State University, Chico, and he is also an accomplished film, theater and music writer, having interviewed many of the biggest names in entertainment.
- Todd Bishop
Co-Founder of GeekWire
- Christopher Rodriguez
History Instructor at Shasta College
- Wayne Agner
Editor of the Trinity Journal, local news
- Doni Chamberlain
Independent online journalist Doni Chamberlain founded A News Cafe in 2007 with her son, Joe Domke. Chamberlain is an award-winning newspaper opinion columnist, feature and food writer recognized by the Associated Press, the California Newspaper Publishers Association and E.W. Scripps. She holds a bachelor's degree in journalism from CSU, Chico, and is a member of the California Newspaper Publishers Association. She lives in Redding, California.
- Myriam Kalmogho
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