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Italia Report USA — Crave, the radio show that loves Italy

Original Article is in Italian. English Translation By Samantha and Jennifer

Italia Report USA — Crave, the radio show that loves Italy

Original Article is in Italian.

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English Translation By Samantha and Jennifer

The third season of the radio show managed by the Department of Broadcast and Electronic Communication Arts of San Francisco State University starts on September 13, 2023. The show, “Crave” airs live on KSFS Radio every Wednesday from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. PST (local time), from 19.30 to 20.30 (Italian time). The show can also be listened to through the website online

The name of the show is inspired by the main theme of the project which is craving and desiring something.

This new season of Crave will have various hosts and guests that will share their passion and experiences with the help and supervision of professor and journalist Elaine Leung.
Many topics will be discussed, such as Italian culture and lifestyle, San Francisco, and football.

Samantha Ferro, host and producer of the show, is an Italian from Milan. Ferro has also already worked in communication and the entertainment world. She now lives in San Francisco and comes back in this new season to share the passion for Italian culture with the help of Pauline Fitzgerald. Fitzgerald is an Italian journalist and a new member of the team. Jenna Venuti, another addition to the team, is a sound engineer of Italian origin. Venuti will manage the technical side of the show and will speak about inner search and self-empowerment. Alex Lopez comes back for this new season and will continue the topic of American football and the 49ers. Jennifer Gee returns for this season as a co-producer and will be responsible for the post-production of the show.

"Join us in this new adventure every Wednesday. If you haven’t already found your passion, you shouldn’t worry because we’ll find it together." - With Passion, Samantha, Alex, Jen, Pauline and Jenna.

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