Before coming to radio, Saul was a producer and correspondent for PBS, where he covered such topics as fears about militant Islam in Europe, military tensions on the Korean peninsula, Mexico's drug war, and the plight of migrant labor in the United States.
While at KCRW, Saul's stories have ranged from exploring the affordable housing crunch in Southern California and the challenges facing soldiers recovering from traumatic brain injury to L.A.'s urban beekeeping scene and Los Angeles' first transgender modeling agency. While reporting for KCRW, Saul's also taken a ride on the Goodyear blimp, joined iron workers as they built L.A.'s tallest skyscraper, and driven with the editors of "Motor Trend" magazine as they put high performance cars through their paces on the test track.
Saul's work has earned him several Emmy awards and the Radio Journalist of the Year award two years in a row from the Los Angeles Press Club, that for his feature news reporting for KCRW.
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