Hi. I’m Krystina Martinez, a North Texas-based radio producer.

I’m currently a temp production assistant with KERA, the NPR affiliate in Dallas. Sometimes I work on the digital side, other times I work the mid-day call-in program ‘Think’, and other times I fill-in as the local newsblock producer during drive times. I pinch-hit for other special projects as well.

I’ve produced and reported stories on high school marching bands, dogs and Ebola, school book bans and more.

I first dipped into public radio as an intern at

The first broadcast ever out of the new NPR headquarters was Weekend Edition. Girl in the yellow cardigan looks extra jazzed. (Credit: Current.org)

The first broadcast ever out of the new NPR headquarters was Weekend Edition. Girl in the yellow cardigan looks extra jazzed. (Credit: Current.org)

NPR’s Weekend Edition, and once returned a CD for Susan Stamberg. Prior to that, I was learning the ropes of print.

When I’m not doing newsy things, you can find me lifting weights, listening to Korean pop music, writing, or planning my next craft project.

I’m also on Soundcloud and Tumblr.