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Isel Cuapio


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I am an experienced multimedia journalist from Koreatown, Los Angeles. I have a background in public radio, both as a news reporter and on-air host. Skilled in broadcasting, storytelling, news writing, and video/audio editing.

UCR Prof Delves Into Exit Polling Of Latino Voters In 2016 Election

According to national exit polls, roughly 29 percent of Latinos voted in support of President-elect Donald Trump. However, alternative exit poll surveys suggest a lower percentage of 18 percent. KVCR's Isel Cuapio spoke with UC Riverside Political Science Professor Francisco Pedraza on how we should understand these figures.

UCR Prof On Creating Social Change Through Comics And Graphic Novels

Black Panther and Into The Spider-verse brought comics about people of color to the big screen this year. But a UCR professor says this kind of attention is exciting, but overdue. KVCR's Isel Cuapio has more. Black Panther and Into the Spiderverse brought comics about people of color to the big screen this year.

Moreno Valley Schools' "Project Moving Forward" Helps Young Students Succeed

Project Moving Forward is a language program designed to help English second language learners and students from lower socioeconomic backgrounds to succeed in the core curriculum. Project founder Dr. Linda Navarrette launched the program in 2012 in Sacramento schools, and now in Moreno Valley schools. KVCR's Isel Cuapio reports.

'Killer Queen' Photography Exhibit Showcases Neal Preston's Photos Of Queen

At the Morrison Hotel Gallery in West Hollywood, photos are displayed of one of the greatest music icons: Freddie Mercury from Queen. This is just in time for the release of the highly anticipated Bohemian Rhapsody biopic that documents how Queen rose to stardom. The exhibit features images captured by legendary rock photograoher Neal Preston.

Reversing Census Undercount in Indian Country

Sacramento, CA. - FNX Television, News From Native California, Pala Radio, Native Voices, Indian Country Today, Quechan Radio, Hoopa Tribal Radio and Two Rivers Tribune were among the Native Media representatives present at the California State Capital for a meeting between Ethnic Media, California Complete Count (CCC) and representatives from the Governor Gavin Newsom's office. Segment Producer/Editor: Isel Cuapio Series Producer/Camera: Frank Blanquet

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