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Katie Schoolov

Video Journalist

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Katie Schoolov is a video journalist for KPBS. She shoots and edits in-depth features for television, radio, and the web, reporting stories when time allows. She is a San Diego native and returned to cover her hometown after working as a video journalist for the Pulitzer Prize-winning Las Vegas Sun.

Katie serves on the national board of directors for the National Press Photographers Association. She previously worked as a print and video journalist for a daily newspaper in Johannesburg, South Africa, where she covered ongoing election violence in Zimbabwe and the resulting emigration. She also interned for the Associated Press, producing internationally circulated videos and writing articles from the White House press room.

Katie has won first place awards from the San Diego chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists and the San Diego Press Club. She was also a finalist for the Livingston Awards for Young Journalists. She is a graduate of the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University.

Recent Stories

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Outdoor Fun at Comic-Con 2014

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Comic-Con's outdoor events help to draw some of the more than 125,000 attendees away from the crowded exhibit hall.

San Diego Group Rallies For Better Treatment Of Border Crossers

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An immigrant-rights group critical of federal border authorities staged what they called a "Border Reality Checkpoint" at the San Ysidro crossing Wednesday.

San Diego Red Cross Names Bill Earley As CEO

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Labor lawyer and civic booster Bill Earley takes over leading the local American Red Cross from former San Diego Councilman Tony Young, who stepped down in March after a little more than a year in the position.

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The Globe's 'Othello' Tackles Race, Gender, And The Mystery Of Iago

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With “Othello” (running through July 27), The Old Globe proves that Shakespeare’s 400-year-old plays are timeless because the themes he dealt with are human and universal.

What's The 511? New San Diego Traffic App Unveiled By SANDAG

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A new app that provides real-time traffic information for commuters on Interstate 15 was released Friday by San Diego's regional planning agency.

San Diego Paraplegic Athlete Fighting To Walk Again

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Therese Riedel was a promising college athlete, but was paralyzed in an accident six years ago. Now she's learning martial arts from her wheelchair — which also gives her a unique perspective on San Diego.

Celebrating Earth Day? In Scripps Ranch, It's Elementary

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Dingeman Elementary School in Scripps Ranch uses Earth Day to get out an environmentally friendly message.

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Ian Campbell's Last On-Camera Interview

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Ian Campbell's appearance at the premiere of San Diego Opera's "Don Quixote" on Saturday drew boos and heckling. On March 24, he gave what he says will be his last on-camera interview.

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Will 'Don Quixote' Be San Diego Opera's Swan Song?

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The San Diego Opera created a stir when it announced this will be its final season. Meanwhile, there’s still a production of "Don Quixote" that needs to be staged.

San Diego Veterans Get Opportunity To Tell Stories For National Project

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Since 2000, the Library of Congress has been collecting first-hand accounts from American war veterans around the country. Now, a local initiative will help San Diego veterans tell their stories for the project.

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