Lisa Brenner Producer, Mobile Content
Lisa Brenner is a Mobile Content Producer at KPCC.
Lisa joined KPCC in December 2011. Prior to that she led content direction for a as co-editor of LAist, where she had been the music editor years earlier.
Lisa has written and produced arts, culture and news content for a number of print and online publications including MTV, Glamour and LA.com, where she previously served as Music Editor and Managing Editor of the entertainment and lifestyle website.
She worked on the 20th Century Fox studio lot in creative licensing for Fox Music publishing where she co-created the department's first online store and mined the musical catalogue of film scores, TV themes and soundtrack assets for promotional samplers, boxed sets and placement packages. Prior to Fox, she coordinated large-scale film, commercial and music video productions.
Lisa earned a B.A. from Pennsylvania State University in Media Studies with an emphasis in film and television. Her dad says she majored in watching TV. He's not wrong.
Stories by Lisa Brenner
UC San Diego researchers may be one stroke closer to getting their mitts on a missing Leonardo da Vinci masterpiece, they announced Monday.
Three to five acres of brush burned along the westbound lanes of the 118 Freeway this morning near Chatsworth and the border of Simi Valley.
In a battle against the $557 million budget deficit, LAUSD is preparing to vote on a bloodbath of possible program cuts this week.
U.S. nuclear power plants have until the end of 2016 to comply with new safety recommendations released Friday by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
The floating focal point of Aaron Spelling's series is about to be demolished and sold for scrap.
Bob Barker came on down to Echo Park Thursday night for the vegan-catered, red-carpet opening of PETA's new West Coast headquarters.
Welcome to the not-sold-out jungle. Axl Rose's new fangled Guns N' Roses is kicking off three nights of small club dates tonight at the Hollywood Palladium.
Police believe the child was playing unsupervised for a brief period of time.
Scientists are attempting to predict if, and when, an estimated 25 million tons of debris from the tsunami last year in Japan, might hit the local shoreline.
Former MLB star Jose Canseco was told "no," or as it's said in Spanish, "no," by the Mexican Baseball League on Wednesday after he admitted to taking testosterone.
A judge on Thursday approved a restraining order against James A. Pagano Jr., requiring the trespasser stay at least 100 yards from Garcetti’s home for three years.
Los Angeles Zoo's newest Betty White/Slash-approved exhibit, the LAIR, is now taking visitors into its multi-habitat reptile house.
Longtime director of the Griffith Observatory, Dr. Edwin Krupp, on the solar flare that space-rippled to Earth early Thursday morning.
From quarry to museum, this is the story of what happened when Greater Los Angeles followed a 340-ton pet rock on the world's slowest road trip.
Did Earth once have two moons? Maybe. NASA probes began collecting data on Tuesday as part of a three-month mission to map the moon's lunar gravity field.