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Charlotte Duren is Southern California Public Radio's Producer of Forum Programs and Live Events.
Before moving to Los Angeles, Charlotte worked at Jefferson Public Radio in Ashland, Oregon as the producer of The Jefferson Exchange ‹ a live two hour news and information talk program, KCPW in Salt Lake City as reporter and Morning Edition host, and KSTK in Wrangell, Alaska as a reporter.
Charlotte holds a Master's in Management and a Bachelor of Science in Communication from Southern Oregon University.
Stories by Charlotte Duren
We recently invited KPCC listeners to let us know what piques their curiosity when it comes to Costco, and now it's time to vote.
Board game sales are up, totaling $880 million last year. Crowdfunding is giving the industry a boost.
A summer job in college has turned into 50 seasons of service at Yosemite National Park for Fred Koegler.
The on-air shootings of two journalists in Virginia has given rise to a workplace and a community that is coming to terms with the violence and trauma.
LA commuters averaging 80 hours annually in traffic related delays
Libby Casey, Washington D.C. correspondent for Al Jazeera America, joins Take Two with the latest.
From long work hours to transporting the kids from one after school activity to the next, it's getting harder and harder to sit down for dinner.
Despite popular belief, breakups may be harder on men, according to a new study.
Imagine your spouse goes online and finds your name among the emails revealed in the Ashley Madison hack -- but you're not the one who entered it.
In 'Digging for Fire,' actor Jake Johnson starts poking around the hills in the backyard and stumbles across a bone and a gun. Hijinks ensue.
As foreign investment rushes in, is LA becoming too expensive for the average Angeleno?
Director Juan Feldman shares his love affair with Costa Rica and what went into making his new film 'After Words.'
Dr. Jennifer Berman is a sexual health expert, urologist and female sexual medicine specialist. She says the new drug is not like the traditional male Viagra.