Miguel Perez is an assistant producer at KERA. He produces local content for Morning Edition and KERA News. He also produces The Friday Conversation, a weekly interview series with North Texas newsmakers.
Miguel first joined KERA as an intern with Art&Seek and Think in 2017. He’s also interned at NPR’s All Things Considered in Washington, D.C. and The Dallas Morning News.
Prior to KERA, he was a communications specialist at the University of Texas at Dallas.
Miguel is a graduate of UT Dallas, where he received his bachelor of science in economics.
Tennessee songwriter Julien Baker's new album Little Oblivions reveals new folds in the musician's road to recovery from addiction.
On her self-titled debut album, Rina Sawayama borrows from all corners of the pop world to explore depression, her fight to preserve her Japanese heritage and the legacy of family strife.
The new album BUBBA from Haitian-born artist Kaytranada is a throwback to the black roots of dance music, says reviewer Miguel Perez.
Young Enough, the latest album from Charly Bliss, was born out of growing pains and toxic relationships.
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The genre-mashing rapper discusses how "wacky" musical influences, self-doubt and the pressure of growing up with Nigerian immigrant parents coalesced on his album DROOL.