Jacob Soboroff | KCET
Jacob Soboroff was the host of SoCal Wanderer for KCET. He is also the founding correspondent of AMC News, hosting specials and reporting from film festivals and other industry events for the award-winning network. In 2010, Jacob co-hosted the NBC series School Pride and executive produced and narrated the AMC original documentary "Committed," directed by Oscar and Emmy nominee Morgan Spurlock. He has contributed reporting to CNN, NPR's Weekend Edition and the PBS/Wired Magazine series WIRED Science. Jacob also serves as executive director of Why Tuesday?, a non-partisan group working to increase voter participation. Jacob has been recognized with multiple Webby Award nominations, the Film Your Issue Award, and with a Los Angeles Press Club National Entertainment Journalist Award for best news story. During college, Jacob was an advance man to New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and presidential candidate Howard Dean. A Los Angeles native, Jacob holds a B.A. in Politics and an M.A. in Political Theory and Philosophy from New York University. His website is jacobsoboroff.com.
Post date: 2012-04-06T05:55:00-07:00
The feeling of flying through a forest's canopy, high above the ground, is just so incredible. For those who are looking to zip through the numerous ecosystems in Southern California, we've created this guide for you.
Post date: 2011-10-29T14:00:00-07:00
Home to nearly one million, the region is one of the densest, but also the most park poor.
Post date: 2011-09-22T12:25:51-07:00
When shooting our paddleboarding episode this summer we ran into Kathy Kohner Zuckerman. Who is she? She's a living surfer legend.
Post date: 2011-09-01T13:33:00-07:00
The Santa Monica Mountains has over 500 miles of trails, but there are also several wine growers. Come with us as we have a hike and a drink!
Post date: 2011-08-02T04:05:00-07:00
Step onto a beach in California and you're likely to see paddleboarding in action. Several years ago this may have not been a common sight, but today the sport is reaching a new high in popularity.