Audrey Dilling

Reporter/Producer

Audrey Dilling produces KALW's community storytelling project, Hear Here, which began as part of the Association of Independents in Radio's national "Localore" initiative, designed to bring journalistic and technical ingenuity to extending public media service to more Americans. Part radio project, part community engagement effort, and part live event series, Hear Here gives Bay Area residents a chance to make their voices heard – on public airwaves, online, and on stage. 

For over two years, Dilling has hussled alongside the vibrant KALW News team, reporting and producing radio features for the evening news magazine Crosscurrents; and serving as a web editor, online engagement strategist, and volunteer coordinator.

Dilling studied audio documentary at the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature from Lewis & Clark College.

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7:00pm

Wed April 30, 2014

5:39pm

Wed March 5, 2014
Arts & Culture

Bay Area Beats: Striving to be the Ellen Degeneres of music

Clarissa Bryant a.k.a. Reesez.

In San Francisco’s Outer Sunset neighborhood, there’s a small building that’s a big part of some young people’s lives. Sunset Youth Services provides teenagers, transitional age young adults, and their families with support like violence prevention programs, parenting classes, and food assistance. And tucked away in a corner upstairs is the youth-run music studio, Upstar Records. That’s where teens learn to record their own songs, produce beats, and shoot music videos.

Twenty-four-year-old Clarissa Bryant has been recording there since she was sixteen, just one year after she came out at school. KALW’s Audrey Dilling brings you the story in this installment of Bay Area Beats.

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6:05pm

Tue February 25, 2014
Arts & Culture

Lost Weekend Video finds new ways to entertain in the digital age

Audrey DIlling

A couple on an evening stroll down Valencia Street comes to a stop outside Lost Weekend Video. They’re peering in through the big front window.

“I wanted to check it out because I haven’t seen a video store in a long time,” says Abel Martinez. “These days I watch a lot of pirated movies.”

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4:48pm

Thu January 16, 2014
HEAR HERE: A POP-UP RADIO PROJECT

Hear Here: Kiana Sezawar's gardening discovery

Nine-year-old Kiana Eigahi and her mother Shahrzad.
Audrey DIlling

Third-grader Kiana Sezawar is learning to care for plants at the Visitacion Valley Greenway community garden.

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4:55pm

Wed January 8, 2014
Economy/Labor/Biz

San Francisco’s Visitacion Valley to get first grocery store in decades

The discount supermarket Grocery Outlet is opening a new store in San Francisco's Visitacion Valley neighborhood.
Courtesy of Grocery Outlet

Almost 30 million Americans live a mile or more away from a supermarket. That may not sound very far, but for the five million plus who don’t have cars, that distance can mean the difference between eating a healthy meal and getting fast food.

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