Grant Slater Photo/ Video Editor
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Grant Slater is the photo and video editor for KPCC, where he oversees the photo and video elements of KPCC.org's news coverage. Since joining the station in March 2011, Grant has produced special reports on Arab communities in the Southland, veterans issues and a host of other topics. He also maintains visual standards for KPCC's growing multimedia operation.
Slater holds bachelor's degrees in Russian and journalism from the University of Oklahoma and a Master's Degree in Journalism from Northwestern University. Prior to joining KPCC, he reported from the Middle East and the former Soviet Union as the Moscow bureau chief for the Jewish Telegraphic Agency.
Slater's work has appeared in The Associated Press, Agence France-Press, Global Post, The New York Post, The St. Louis Post-Dispatch and other publications. He is the recipient of awards for journalism from the Society of Professional Journalists, the White House Correspondents' Association and the VII Photo Agency, among others.
Stories by Grant Slater
Documentary filmmaker Robin Hessman strolls through Russian businesses in West Hollywood to speak with owners about her movie My Perestroika.
Reality show star and activist chef Jamie Oliver attacked LAUSD's cafeteria food in the season two opener of his show Food Revolution. On Tuesday, the district responded.
Hard Times: Pink Slip
Cellist Yo-Yo Ma visited Inner City Arts, an education program based on Skid Row, and found inspiration in the jook dancing style of Lil' Buck and the faces of children.
Downtown Los Angeles got a double-dose earlier this week of world famous cellist Yo-Yo Ma. He and his Silk Road Ensemble performed before a high-brow audience at Walt Disney Concert Hall on Monday night. On Tuesday morning, they took their instruments to Skid Row to Inner City Arts - this time to play for kids.
Arab Voices in L.A.
A group of about three dozen natives of Libya, Syria and Bahrain gathered Saturday afternoon near the Federal Building on Wilshire Boulevard to call attention to the situations in their home countries.
The face of mariachi in Los Angeles is changing. From the space where the roving musicians congregate to the backgrounds of the players in the bands, the mariachi scene has undergone a facelift.