Episode 157: Cindy Baker

Cindy Baker stopped by for episode 157. Cindy Baker is a multi-faceted journalist who has worked in the Sacramento region for over 10 years. During that time, Baker worked for such outlets as Capitol Weekly, Sacramento News & Review, Comstock’s Magazine, and NewsRadio KFBK. After hosting her own online show, “Ransacked” since 2013, she’s launched a successful podcast with Fox 40 about the Golden State Killer (and this was prior to the arrest of the suspected killer), and is currently the Executive Producer for “Look West”, a podcast that gives a glimpse about the real lives of the California Assembly Democrats.

In this episode, Cindy Baker and I chat about what drover her to start podcasting; the similarities between a bacon-off and a magic-off; what she learned after being fired from a journalism job; how podcasting saved her during a difficult time in her life; why it is important to hear “the gravel crunching under your feet” when producing a podcast; why journalists are moving into the political realm; why she says journalism is “coming out of my guts”; the inspiration she gets from the women that came before her to live the life she wants; and why society would be better if we all watched Vanderpump Rules.

Cindy Baker

Thank you for listening, Listeners, and thank you for sharing, Sharers, to my conversation with Cindy Baker. Be sure to follow her on Twitter and Instagram.

Featured music

“Hungaria” by Latché Swing
“The Silent Orchestra” by Hamilton Leithauser

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