Tina Pamintuan | KALW

Tina Pamintuan

General Manager

Tina Pamintuan got her start in radio as a college DJ working the early morning shift, and came to journalism through an internship at National Public Radio (NPR). Over the next six years, she continued to work at NPR in editorial and production positions for Morning Edition’s Radio Expeditions and NPR’s cultural desk. In that time, she founded Xtreme Youth Zone Media, a training program for Washington, DC, teenagers. She also served as Editor at Open City Magazine, a publication covering Asian American immigrant neighborhoods in New York City.

 

Before coming to KALW in 2018, Tina Pamintuan created and founded the Audio Journalism program at the City University of New York (CUNY) Graduate School of Journalism , where she worked for 12 years.

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Dear Listeners,

KALW is proud to bring *new* shows to the Bay Area this spring! 

Saturday March 9th at 1 p.m.

Here's a link to the audio in case you missed it! 

Beat Latino explores the past, present, and future of Latinx music, curating an hour-long selection of songs in celebration of International Women's Day. 

Tune in Saturday, March 2, at 1 p.m. for a BBC special celebrating the musicianship and songs of Van Morrison.

With a music career spanning over 50 years and now on his 40th studio album - The Prophet Speaks - Van Morrison is as prolific as ever.  

From his days in the Belfast band Them, to his classic solo albums Astral Weeks and Moondance, Van Morrison has consistently pushed boundaries and broken new ground.

 

He joins Cerys Matthews to talk about his inspirations, influential career and future plans in music.

Advance tickets are sold out. A limited number of tickets will be sold at the door.

Iconic feminist leader Gloria Steinem will speak at the Castro Theater in San Francisco on Thursday, February 21. In collaboration with the Bay Area Book Festival Women Lit series, Lauren Schiller, host of KALW’s Inflection Point, interviews Steinem along with activist and artist Favianna Rodriguez.

We're airing a special lineup of documentaries as we close out 2018 and transition into the new year. It's just a taste of what's to come in 2019 as we invest more airtime and support for independent radio makers and podcasters in the Bay Area and beyond.

Thanks to YOU, our listeners and supporters, we met our first-ever year-end match TWO DAYS EARLY! We are grateful to our anonymous donor, Donna A., for making the end of 2018 a little sweeter, and the beginning of 2019 a whole lot brighter.  Of course, we ALWAYS welcome late comers and stragglers...To help kick off our 2019 fundraising, or top off a recent donation, click here!

Celebrate the season with KALW! Our regularly scheduled programming resumes in the new year.

Saturday, December 8, 1-2 p.m.

Winding Up For Chanukah: Tune in to the next "Sounds Jewish" for the Chanukah playlist you know you need

Sunday, December 9, 6-7 p.m.

Hanukkah Lights 2018: Family, community, faith and strength. For 28 years, NPR's Hanukkah Lights has celebrated the Festival of Lights with seasonal stories of magic and meaning.

Monday, December 10, 9-10 p.m.