Giovanni Moujaes is an emerging platforms video producer at KTLA.


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  • KTLA 360 Video: The California Desert Super Bloom

    The super bloom has arrived in the California desert, and there are hundreds of varieties of wildflowers carpeting the landscape right now. Have you gone to see this fantastic sight? Explore the wildflower bloom in Anza-Borrego Desert State Park as part of our #LAsVeryOwn 360 video series, powered by Jeep.

  • KTLA 360 Video: The Pacific Wheel in Santa Monica

    Have you taken a ride on the Pacific Wheel? Located on the Santa Monica Pier, the ride was the world’s first solar-powered Ferris wheel. It’s been turning for more than three decades. Catch the sunset from more than 130 feet in the air as part of our #LAsVeryOwn 360 video series, powered by Jeep.

  • KTLA 360 Video: Neon Manufacturing in Los Angeles

    For nearly a century, neon has illuminated signs, displays and art across Los Angeles. Nights Of Neon Inc. in the San Fernando Valley is one of few facilities still making the gas-filled tubes in L.A. It was started by longtime neon artist Lisa Schulte Art 35 years ago. Take a look at the neon-manufacturing process in 360 as part of our#LAsVeryOwn series, powered by Jeep.

  • KTLA 360 Video: The San Antonio Ski Hut

    The San Antonio Ski Hut on Mount Baldy has provided a refuge for hikers and skiers since 1936. For $20, you can spend a weekend night at the cabin, which has beautiful views of the surrounding San Gabriel Mountains. Take a tour of the ski hut in 360 as part of our #LAsVeryOwn series, powered by Jeep.

  • KTLA 360 Video: Los Angeles Times Olympic Printing Plant

    The Los Angeles Times was established in the City of Angels in 1881. About a century after the newspaper began publication, its modernized Olympic printing plant opened in downtown Los Angeles. It still churns out hundreds of thousands of newspapers every day. Take a tour of the printing operation in 360 as part of our#LAsVeryOwn series, powered by Jeep.

  • KTLA 360 Video: ‘Enchanted: Forest of Light’ at Descanso Gardens

    In a shimmering holiday display, Descanso Gardens has transformed into a luminous landscape complete with glowing LED tulips and an interactive light-up walkway that’s great for kids. The “Enchanted: Forest of Light” is open through Jan. 6, 2019, at 1418 Descanso Drive, La Cañada Flintridge. Experience it in 360 as part of our LAsVeryOwn series, powered by Jeep. Tickets and information are at the garden’s website.

  • San Gabriel Valley Airport Association President Gabe Lopez pilots his 1939 Stearman biplane over the San Gabriel Valley, with KTLA Digital Producer Giovanni Moujaes riding along, on Oct. 16, 2018.

    San Gabriel Valley Airport to Host Open House and Air Fair This Weekend

    The community is invited to take part in an annual celebration of aviation this weekend as the San Gabriel Valley Airport in El Monte hosts its Open House and Air Fair. The free event is scheduled for 9 a.m. through 4 p.m. Saturday and 9 a.m. through 3 p.m. Sunday at the airport,4233 Santa Anita Ave., organizers said. There will be dozens of aircraft on display, a classic car show, food and gift vendors, and for a small extra fee, there […]

  • KTLA 360 Video: Life at a Fire Station With Garden Grove Fire Department

    You see firefighters on the news all the time, but have you ever actually seen what life’s like for them inside a fire station? Get a behind-the-scenes look in 360 with Garden Grove Fire Department in Orange County as part of our #LAsVeryOwn series, powered by Jeep.

  • KTLA 360 Video: Los Angeles City Hall’s Observation Deck

    The observation deck at Los Angeles City Hall provides one of the best views of the L.A landscape–and it’s open to the public. Take a look at famous landmarks from the deck in 360 as part of our #LAsVeryOwn series, powered by Jeep.

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