Lisa Brenner Katz Producer, Mobile Content

Lisa Brenner
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Lisa Brenner Katz is a Mobile Content Producer at KPCC.

Lisa joined KPCC in December 2011. Prior to that she led content direction 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, 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 Katz

Allergan cuts off Lap-Band supply to surgical centers associated with 1-800-GET-THIN

Allergan announced it would cease selling the the Lap-Band weight-loss device to surgical centers associated with the 1-800-GET-THIN marketing campaign

San Onofre tubes with radioactive water show 'unusual' wear

Tubes inside a new steam generator at San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station are showing unusual and potentially dangerous signs of deterioration.

Planned PR-hood: Susan G. Komen foundation responds to backlash

Red-alert reaction to the pink ribbon organization has colored the past two days since Susan G. Komen announced a cut to Planned Parenthood support.

Mark Berndt investigated 18 years ago for 'attempted fondling'

The longtime LA teacher accused of committing lewd acts on 23 children was not arrested for the fondling.

Armed robbery charges for pair implicated in teen slaying

The man and woman implicated in the killing of 17-year-old Francisco Rodriguez were charged with armed robbery today for an incident that occurred in December.

Honda loses hybrid lawsuit in SoCal small-claims court

Honda Motors Co. owes Heather Peters $9,867. The Civic hybrid owner sued the automaker and won today in small-claims court in Los Angeles.

Mike Kelley, LA artist, found dead in apparent suicide

Mike Kelley, a contemporary artist based in Los Angeles but internationally renowned, was found dead in his South Pasadena home Tuesday from an apparent suicide.

Distribute suitcases of cash, get investigated: a Coliseum case study

LA Memorial Coliseum officials are being investigated in a wage payment scandal that saw than $1 million in cash passed to the union without distribution controls.

Feds say tiny radiation leak may have occurred at San Onofre

A small amount of radiation could have escaped from the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station after a water leak forced operators to shut down the reactor.

Accused teacher Mark Berndt's bail increased to $23 million

Bail for the former teacher accused of horrific acts against children has been increased to $23 million. The former teacher appeared in court on Wednesday.

McDonald's 'pink slime' will soon be off the menu

McDonald's is planning to ban from its burger recipe a controversial filler known as "pink slime."

Paula Abdul is the latest judge axed from X Factor

Paula Abdul confirmed her upcoming empty seat on The X Factor citing "business decisions" for the departure. Paula took to Twitter to tell the tale.

Updated: Disturbing photos of classroom 'game' led authorities to teacher

Revolting and disturbing details continue to emerge in the case of a 30-year Los Angeles teacher arrested under suspicion of committing lewd acts on 23 children.

Downtown silo explosion sends Panko flour flying

An explosion in downtown Los Angeles on Monday night sent a large cap flying about 150 feet from a flour silo near Little Tokyo.

Controversy grows over UCLA Japanese Garden sale

The proposed sale of UCLA's Hannah Carter Japanese Garden could mean $5.7 million for academic programs.