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Kinsee Morlan

Podcast Producer & Project Coordinator

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Kinsee Morlan is an award-winning journalist who's covered arts and culture in San Diego and Tijuana since 2005. She produces KPBS' "Port of Entry" podcast and manages the rest of the station's podcasts.

Recent Stories by Kinsee Morlan

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Port of Entry Podcast: Borderless Artist Found His Voice In Tijuana

July 21
By Kinsee Morlan

In a short, bonus episode of KPBS’ border podcast, “Port of Entry,” transborder artist Shinpei Takeda takes us on a tour of his show in Tijuana and explains how borders have shaped his life and career.

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Cinema Junkie Podcast: Back From Quarantine

July 1
By Kinsee Morlan

KPBS' "Cinema Junkie" has been on a quarantine break, but returns July 14 with new features.

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Port of Entry Podcast: Crossing The Border For Love

June 30
By Kinsee Morlan

Bing the entire cross-border love series from KPBS and PRX's podcast, "Port of Entry."

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Port Of Entry Podcast: Crossing The US-Mexico Border To Lose Weight

June 9
By Kinsee Morlan

In a new episode of the KPBS and PRX border podcast, “Port of Entry,” we continue our series on medical tourism and follow Tanzania Brown’s weight-loss journey, which takes her across the U.S.-Mexico border and into Tijuana where she undergoes bariatric surgery.

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Port Of Entry Podcast: A California Couple Crosses The US-Mexico Border To Try One More Time To Have A Baby

May 26
By Kinsee Morlan

"Port of Entry," a border podcast from KPBS and PRX, continues its series on medical tourism at the border with this story about crossing the U.S.-Mexico border to try one last time to have a baby. It’s a story about the lengths some people will go to when the future they envisioned is suddenly out of reach.

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Port Of Entry Podcast: Crossing The Border For More Affordable Insulin

May 12
By Kinsee Morlan

In a new episode of “Port of Entry,” we continue our series on medical tourism with a story about two San Diego women who go on a journey to find more affordable insulin across the border in Tijuana.

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Port Of Entry Podcast: Medical Tourists Aren’t Always Crossing The Border To Save Money

April 28
By Kinsee Morlan

From KPBS and PRX, “Port of Entry” is launching a new series on medical tourism at the border. Up first: we follow a San Diego woman as she crosses the border for alternative cancer treatments in Tijuana.

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Port Of Entry Podcast: How One Border Family Is Using Their COVID-19 Tragedy To Reach Others

April 14
By Kinsee Morlan

In a new episode of “Port of Entry,” a podcast from KPBS and PRX, the Covarrubiases share their family’s battle with COVID-19 in hopes that their story might help other families like theirs rebuild trust in their families AND in the public health system that’s trying to reach them.

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Port Of Entry Podcast: Why This Woman Left Behind Her Life In The US To Take Care Of Orphaned Kids In Mexico

March 31
By Kinsee Morlan

In a new bonus episode on KPBS’ border podcast, “Port of Entry,” host Alan Lilienthal helps trace the path of a women who left behind her life as a real estate broker in Las Vegas so she could help take care of orphaned kids in Tijuana, Mexico.

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Port Of Entry Podcast: This Transborder Couple Has Stayed Connected Despite The Pandemic Pinch At The Border

March 17
By Kinsee Morlan

In our recurring “Border Voices” series on KPBS' podcast "Port of Entry," we feature shorter stories spotlighting people who identify as transborder, fronterizx or who simply have something to say about how the U.S.-Mexico border has changed their lives. In this episode, Daner and Figueroa talk about how their shared love of learning languages brought them together, and how they’re not letting a partially closed border keep them apart.

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