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Anica Colbert

Gloria Penner Fellow & Assistant Producer

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Anica Colbert is the Gloria Penner Fellow Intern, working as an assistant producer for KPBS Evening Edition. Anica also aides in producing the daily podcast, San Diego News Matters and getting KPBS content to the NPR One app for local audio on demand. She has been working for KPBS as a radio technical director since 2016.

Previously, she worked at WGCU in Fort Myers, Florida, as a TV master control operator and TV production assistant. She moved to San Diego in 2015 to work for KFMB Channel 8 as a broadcast engineer. She later worked for iHeartmedia’s KOGO 600 AM as a technical director, and part-time producer for the KOGO Evening News Hour.

Anica majored in journalism at Florida Gulf Coast University in her hometown of Fort Myers. She also interned with ESPN 3’s TV production of live college basketball for the FGCU’s Eagles.

Recent Stories by Anica Colbert

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TwitchCon Returns To San Diego Convention Center This Weekend

Sept. 26
By Anica Colbert

TwitchCon returns to San Diego bringing million dollar gaming tournaments, cosplay, and timely panel discussions.

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Business Report: Trump Says He'll Revoke California's Auto Emission Standards

Sept. 23
By Anica Colbert, Bennett Lacy

This week in business: Trump says he will revoke California’s right to set vehicle emission standards, an attack on a Saudi oil field shocks global gas prices, and SeaWorld’s CEO is stepping down.

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UCSD Extension Tests New Way To Pay For School

July 30
By Anica Colbert

The pilot program for Income Share Agreements is an alternative way to help students finance college.

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Alpine Animal Rescue Raising Awareness About Big Cats

June 11
By Anica Colbert, Ebone Monet

Lions Tigers & Bears big cat animal rescue takes in exotic animals unsuited for zoo conservation programs, and they’re calling for public awareness and support about exotic big cats.

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Teaching Refugees, Instant Smoothies Garner Top Awards At Innovation Challenge

May 10
By Anica Colbert

In what was like a sustainable version of "Shark Tank," USD students pitched business ideas that address societal or environmental issues facing the world today.

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Business Report: S&P 500 And NASDAQ Break Records On Closings

April 26
By Anica Colbert, Ebone Monet

"Avengers: Endgame" is expected to smash the box office this weekend, Samsung's foldable phone blunders, and there have been record-breaking closings this week on Wall Street.

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Business Report: Live Nation Buys North Park Observatory

April 22
By Anica Colbert, Ebone Monet

Music promoters Live Nation buys the Observatory In North Park, Lyft is using San Diego Airport travelers to test a new app feature, and Apple and Qualcomm have settled their patent licensing dispute.

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San Diego Mentorship Program Helps Boys Go To College

April 11
By Anica Colbert, Ebone Monet

The Blue Heart Foundation celebrated its graduating seniors as part of its mission to help underserved youth make it into college.

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'Lost Boy' Shares Refugee Experience And New Life In San Diego

April 8
By Anica Colbert, Ebone Monet

One of the "Lost Boys of Sudan" resettled in the San Diego City Heights neighborhood and shares his story in a new book, which he co-authored with his mentor.

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San Diego Zoo Giant Pandas Moving To China

April 2
By Anica Colbert, Ebone Monet

Giant pandas Bai Yun and Xiao Liwu at the San Diego Zoo are set to leave on April 27 to be repatriated to China as part of the terms of a loan agreement.

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Research Vessel That's Sailed The World Calls On San Diego Ahead Of Major Expedition

Sept. 19
By Shalina Chatlani

The ship is likely going to leave port this weekend, and it's headed for the Guaymas Basin in the Gulf of California.

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Duncan Hunter Corruption Trial Pushed Back Till Late January

Oct. 7
By Alexander Nguyen, Matt Hoffman

A federal judge on Monday pushed Republican Congressman Duncan Hunter's corruption trial further back in January.