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Women Transforming Media

Pat Prescott, Radio Personality

Directed by: Wendy Milette | Produced by: Xenia Shin | Starring: Pat Prescott | 2016 | United States

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Women Transforming Media caught up with radio personality Pat Prescott on the red carpet of the Alliance for Women in Media Southern California's 57th Annual Genii Awards. We talked to Pat about her mentors, playwright Vy Higginsen and Talaya Trigueros from Los Angeles radio station 94.7FM The Wave. Pat was presented with the Excellence in Radio Award by Talaya.

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