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Giovanni Moujaes is an emerging platforms video producer at KTLA.


Recent Articles
  • KTLA 360 Video: Falconry at the O.C. Landfill

    Here’s a job you probably never knew existed: Skilled falconers are often hired to bring hawks and falcons to sites where they are needed to ward off other birds. Here, falconry veteran Adam Chavez and others deploy their birds of prey to monitor an Orange County landfill where other birds can pick up trash and spread disease into local neighborhoods. Experience this unusual scene as part of our #LAsVeryOwn series, powered by Jeep.

  • KTLA 360 Video: The Marine Mammal Care Center Los Angeles

    Hundreds of seals and sea lions arrive sick or injured at the Marine Mammal Care Center Los Angeles each year after becoming stranded on Southern California beaches. A team of dedicated staff and volunteers spends weeks helping the animals get healthy and ready to return to the ocean. Experience the kind of care these animals get – and see two of them released on the shore – in 360 as part of KTLA’s #LAsVeryOwn series, powered by Jeep.

  • KTLA 360 Video: The 29th Great L.A. River Cleanup

    More than 100 tons of trash are collected from the Los Angeles River by thousands of volunteers every April. La Gran Limpieza has been organized by Friends of the Los Angeles River for nearly three decades. It’s the largest urban river cleanup in the U.S. You can help out during upcoming events on April 21 and 28. Take a look in 360 as part of KTLA’s #LAsVeryOwn series, powered by Jeep.

  • KTLA 360 Video: The L.A. Kings Zambonis

    The Zamboni has been a staple of sporting events on the ice for decades, keeping optimal conditions on the rink for skaters and hockey players alike. Take a ride on one during an LA Kings game at Staples Center as part of KTLA’s #LAsVeryOwn series, powered by Jeep.

  • KTLA 360 Video: WonderCon 2018

    Cosplay artists and fiction fans alike flocked to WonderCon in Anaheim to experience one of California’s largest comic conventions Friday and into the weekend. Take a look inside the event and hear from cosplayers in 360 as part of KTLA’s #LAsVeryOwn series, powered by Jeep.

  • KTLA 360 Video: The 2018 L.A. Marathon

    Runners and hand cyclists raced their way down Hollywood Boulevard during the L.A. Marathon Sunday. Take a closer look at the action in 360 as part of KTLA’s #LAsVeryOwn series, powered by Jeep.

  • KTLA 360 Video: The 119th Golden Dragon Parade

    360 Video: The Golden Dragon Parade has danced down the streets of L.A.’s Chinatown to celebrate the Lunar New Year for 119 years. Showcasing local performers, the parade ends with a massive firecracker display to ward off evil spirits. Experience the festivities up close in 360 as part of KTLA’s #LAsVeryOwn series, powered by Jeep.

  • KTLA 360 Video: L.A. Live Steamers Railroad Museum

    This weekend excursion has drawn SoCal families to L.A.’s Griffith Park for decades: a ride on a tiny train. The little locomotives are operated on Sundays by the nonprofit Los Angeles Live Steamers Railroad Museum, which only asks for a donation in return for a 15-minute trip on its winding, 1 1/2-mile track. Take a ride on a steam engine in 360 as part of KTLA’s #LAsVeryOwn series, powered by Jeep.

  • KTLA 360 Video: Peninsular Pronghorns at the L.A. Zoo

    They can run up to 60 mph. And there are only about 26 of them left in the wild. Critically endangered peninsular pronghorns, native to Baja California, are in a conservation program at the Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens, where zookeepers are working to bolster their numbers. Learn more about the pronghorns in 360 as part of KTLA’s #LAsVeryOwn series, powered by Jeep.