Lulu Garcia-Navarro, formerly the host of NPR’s Weekend Edition and now a podcast host at The New York Instances, has signed with CAA.
The journalist and on-air talent spent 17 years at NPR, the place she became as soon as the first Latina to host a flagship gift for public broadcaster. As successfully as to Weekend Edition, Garcia-Navarro additionally co-hosted NPR’s Up First and served as a international correspondent in Brazil, Israel, Mexico and Iraq. As successfully as to winning two Peabody Awards, Garcia-Navarro has got a Lowell Thomas Award from the In a foreign country Press Club, an Edward R. Murrow Award from the Company for Public Broadcasting and a Gracie Award for excellent particular individual fulfillment from the Alliance for Girls and the Media.
Gradual closing year, Garcia-Navarro left NPR to price up for the Instances as a podcast host. She is now the host of First Person, an audio sequence from the Instances’ thought audio division that parts intimate conversations with folks residing thru about a of the major news reviews of the day. The sequence debuted earlier this month on June 9.
Garcia-Navarro remains to be represented by felony official Cody Brown at Ritholz Levy Fields LLP.