Jon Cohn Managing Producer, Forum Programs & Live Events
Jon Cohn is KPCC's Managing Producer, Forum Programs & Live Events.
Jon Cohn has been with Southern California Public Radio since 2005 and has overseen production of KPCC's forum programs and live events since 2009. He has managed programming for the Crawford Family Forum — the town hall venue connected to KPCC's Mohn Broadcast Center in Pasadena — since its inception in 2010.
In 2015, the events team shared an RTNA Golden Mike Award with KPCC's Take Two program for "50 years after the Watts Riots: A look back at the community's past, present and future" — a live broadcast event in the city of Watts on the anniversary of the riots. In 2016, Jon launched KPCC In Person, the new identity for the organization's Content events and engagement platform.
Jon spent four years working with KPCC's development and executive teams before moving to his current position. There, he helped manage major gift fundraising operations, strategic projects and special events for the station.
Jon is the Founding Artistic Director of Mutineer Theatre Company, a nonprofit organization dedicated to original work. He's also an award-winning stage actor and serves on the Board of Directors of the Proteus Syndrome Foundation.
Born in Washington, DC and raised in Northern Virginia, Jon has been a proud Southern California resident since 2004.
Stories by Jon Cohn
Community storytellers will share their true tales in a three-part series of live shows around Southern California.
The Crawford Family Forum launched in March 2010 with the opening of KPCC’s brand-new Mohn Broadcast Center in Pasadena. This shiny new town hall for the 21st century quickly became, as our Southern California Public Radio President Bill Davis is fond of saying, "the physical manifestation of our public service mission.