Culver City based Kids Scoop Media, the non-profit that offers students a chance to wield the microphone for red-carpet interviews with notable celebrities, is celebrating this Sunday, Nov. 17, 2019 with a party at the Wende Museum featuring NBC’s Ted Chen, a live and silent auction and of course, the Scoopers.
Ted Chen serves as a general assignment reporter for NBC4. Joining the station in 1995, Chen can be seen weekly on the NBC4 News at 11 a.m., 4 p.m., 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. Chen has a passion for politics and has reported on major political stories, and has covered elections for more than 20 years. A journalist known for his versatility, Chen also covers such Hollywood events as the Academy Awards, Golden Globes and Emmy Awards.
The live and silent auctions feature a Costa Rica Wildlife Refuge Stay – 7 nights, a Dodgers Game – Dugout club seats with preferred parking pass, VIP tickets to Trevor Noah Show taping in NYC,
Professional Portrait session by Bradford Portraits, including a 20” Canvas print + one-night stay at Balboa Resort and a 5-Star Hunting Experience for 2 hunters, 3 nights/3 days in Uruguay at Tango Lodge.
Auditions for new Scoopers are open as well, and the upcoming Democratic Presidential Debate at LMU is on the list.
For tickets and more info, go to www.kidscoopmedia.org.
Scooper onstage with Congresswoman Karen Bass at the Robert Frost Auditorium