Zach Behrens | KCET
Zach Behrens was formerly KCET's Director of News, Region and State, working on digital and on-air news products that relate to Southern California and beyond. He was also the Digital Executive Producer for "SoCal Connected."
Behrens previously ran LAist and has held positions at the city of Santa Clarita and California Institute of the Arts, where he earned a degree in music. He has won awards from the Los Angeles Press Club, L.A. Weekly, and the San Fernando Valley Business Journal. In 2008, he was named—somewhat arbitrarily, but it's fun to say anyway—as the 8th most influential person in Los Angeles by NowPublic.com.
He is currently a member of the Outdoors Writers Association of California and has served as an Associate Member on the Los Angeles chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists as well as the CalArts Alumni Board, San Fernando Valley Jaycees, and the Sherman Oaks Neighborhood Council.
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On the mainland, you may never encounter it, but if you head to any bar on Catalina Island, you're likely to see Buffalo Milk featured on the menu. No, it's not what you're thinking.
Post date: 2011-01-05T03:42:34-08:00
When Audrey KovÃ¡cs launched her cooking blog last summer, she had no idea that it would become so widely read. In fact, The Belly Rules the Mind: 365 Days of Food now has some 8,500 followers on Tumblr, a microblogging website, and is listed at the to...
Post date: 2011-01-05T02:00:00-08:00
For over 30 years, forest rangers and volunteers in the San Bernardino National Forest have been conducting monthly winter and spring bald eagle counts. As the population grows, fewer of them are seen each year in the forest.
Post date: 2011-01-04T09:00:00-08:00
National Park Service officials are developing yet another app.
Post date: 2011-01-04T07:15:03-08:00
Once ubiquitous to mountain ranges in Southern California, the yellow-legged frog today has a wild population.
Post date: 2011-01-04T04:00:00-08:00
Departures is KCET's oral history and interactive documentary project that thoroughly explores neighborhoods through the people that live there. So far, Venice, Chinatown, the L.A. River (a new version of it will launch soon) and Richland Farms in Comp...