Andrew BrackenProducer, KPBS Midday Edition
Andrew Bracken is a producer for KPBS Midday Edition. He is also the producer and host for the KPBS podcast series "My First Day" and "San Diego Conversations," a collaboration with KPBS and the National Conflict Resolution Center.
His documentary web series "Facing North," about the multi-dimensional relationship between San Diego and Tijuana, was released digitally on PBS in 2017. A recipient of the San Diego Foundation’s Creative Catalyst fellowship, Bracken has received support for his work from Latino Public Broadcasting, KPBS, and the Berlinale Talent Campus. His short film "Facing North" explored border identity in the San Diego-Tijuana region and won a San Diego Film Award in 2017.
During his infrequent free time, he likes to play drums in and around San Diego.
KPBS Midday Edition is producing an upcoming show on friendship.
Facing financial struggles, El Centro Regional Medical Center turns to UC San Diego Health to help it stay afloat.
More storms hit San Diego County and much of California this week, adding to an already wet winter. What does it all mean for the state’s long-running drought?
Pulitzer Prize winner William Finnegan is among the featured writers at this week's 28th Annual Writer's Symposium by the Sea at Point Loma Nazarene University.
The late former Chargers and San Diego State football coach Don Coryell will be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in August.
"Officers oftentimes see themselves as authorities who have power over civilians and whose orders need to be obeyed."
Shana Hazan and Cody Petterson were sworn in this week as the newest trustees on the San Diego Unified School Board.
San Diego Unified Superintendent Lamont Jackson talks about the school year ahead.
New draft of Mira Mesa development plan would take bold steps for future of now car-centric community, if adopted.
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- San Marcos man's Viking ship takes to the water of Mission Bay for maiden voyage
- Trump claims that he will be arrested next week
- Opinion: The city that fell for a hoax
- My meeting with Jiang Yanyong, the Chinese doctor who dared speak the truth about SARS