It was a pleasure to talk to Lewis Wallace, the host of The View From Somewhere, about how we can challenge the idea of “diversity” in public media. I’m featured on the episode “Public Media and the Limits of Diversity.” You can find the transcript of our interview here.
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Brenda Salinas is a Mexican-American audio producer who works on audio efforts on the Google Assistant. Brenda is a former NPR Kroc Fellow with extensive work experience in the American public radio system as a reporter and producer, filing stories for nationally syndicated shows and podcasts. Brenda came to Google through the acquisition of a start-up named 60dB, a personalized radio app. At 60dB, she helped print newsrooms turn their text stories into sound-rich audio pieces. Brenda has a B.A. in Economics from Columbia University. Brenda advocates for diversity and inclusion in public media. She is based in New York. View all posts by Brenda P. Salinas