On-Air Host, Announcerlponcedeleon@wlrn.org
Lorenzo M. Ponce de León has always grown up listening to NPR. He is currently a prominent voice for WLRN's underwriting and can also be heard weekday evenings hosting on WLRN.
Ponce de León has been working in broadcast media for over...
Maria edits WLRN.org and oversees all of WLRN's digital implications -- including interactivity-project management and radio-to-web conceptualization.
She likes hyphenating adjectives and working on weekends.
Maria started her...
Marva Hinton is originally from North Carolina. She works as a reporter and fill-in anchor for WLRN.
Before coming to WLRN, she spent several years working as a radio news reporter and anchor in Orlando. During her stint there she...
Mia Laurenzo is a 30-year veteran of public television in Miami. She began her career learning every aspect of video production. Currently she is a writer, producer and on-air host. Her experiences include producing for a series, special events...
Michael Stock's Folk and Acoustic Music has been a mainstay of the South Florida airwaves since 1981, bringing listeners the best of traditional and contemporary folk music every Sundays from 2 to 5 pm. The show's uniqueness lies in its...
Nadege Green loves only-in-Miami stories. After five years as a Miami Herald reporter, she is convinced Miami is the best news town ever. Really, you can’t make up some of the stuff that happens here.
Nadege has covered local city...
Paul began his performance career at the ripe age of 10 when he crawled into acting classes at Boston's Suffolk University. A native of Boston, at age 15 he was the youngest person to...
Richard Ives came to WLRN in September 2000 to begin a new career in radio. Born in Fort Lauderdale, his family moved to Long Island, New York, where he grew up. After graduation from college and an unsatisfying stint in a job...