Bri Kirkham | Texas Public Radio

Bri Kirkham

Digital News Producer

Bri Kirkham is the digital news producer for Texas Public Radio. In her role she works with reporters to help transform radio scripts into web articles. Her goal is to make stories more interactive by creating multimedia elements like infographics, maps and videos.

Bri comes to San Antonio after living most of her life in southern Indiana. She graduated from Ball State University with degrees in journalism and telecommunications. After undergrad she continued her education at Syracuse University, earning her master's degree in arts journalism. During grad school she interned at BUST magazine in Brooklyn where she wrote about women's rights. 

Her professional career experience includes working for newspapers as a crime reporter and digital editor. Most of her reporting focused on violent crime and the opioid epidemic in Illinois and Indiana. 

On her days off you can find her at the theater, on a body of water or at a restaurant trying new food. While she loves the Hoosier state, she's excited to plant roots in San Antonio and Texas Public Radio.

Lauren Terrazas | Texas Public Radio

Voters across Texas will vote for and against 10 state constitutional amendments on Tuesday.

Mallory Falk | KERA

About a dozen members of the Hispanic Congressional Caucus toured three migrant detention facilities near El Paso on Monday as part of an investigation.