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Andrew Nixon produces multimedia content for Capital Public Radio's website and other digital platforms. He focuses on health care stories, producing compelling visual content using video, still photos, panoramas, motion graphics, timelines, and infographics. He is always seeking out new methods and technologies that will help him tell powerful stories.
An experienced photojournalist, Nixon brings his knowledge of the region and its issues to the stories he works on. As a staff photographer for Gold Country Media, he developed a visual style that translates well to video and web-only platforms, including interactive multimedia.
Nixon received his degree in economics from California State University, Sacramento, where he produced his senior research project on public health. His knowledge of economic issues serves his ability to seek out and critically analyze stories.
Nixon is easy to identify among the Capital Public Radio staff. He's the one with all the cameras who's fond of using outdated slang.
January 18, 2020
Images of the fourth annual Women's March in Sacramento.
January 2, 2020
We asked Capital Public Radio’s multimedia reporter Andrew Nixon to share some of his personally memorable moments of the last decade.
November 5, 2019
The Camp Fire was California's most deadly and destructive wildfire in history. Much of the attention since the fire has focused on the town of Paradise. As for smaller communities such as Concow, many residents feel their voices have been lost.
October 30, 2019
Pacific Gas and Electric says 1,400 customers remain without power after its most recent power shut-offs, the latest in a series that have sparked a backlash from residents and state officials.
October 21, 2019
From the announcement to the block party, here's how it looked as Sacramento celebrated the announcement it would get the newest Major League Soccer franchise.
October 12, 2019
More than 90,000 people are gathering in Discovery Park for the West Coast's largest hard rock music festival.
October 10, 2019
Many rural Northern Californians didn't have any access to water, electricity or food because of Pacific Gas and Electric's decision to shut off power. But some were prepared.
‘Our Planet, Our Home’: Sacramento Youth Join Global Climate Strike With Demonstration At The California Capitol
September 20, 2019
Hundreds of students marched to the Capitol Friday, calling on current generations to help address the effects of climate change. The protests come ahead of the U.N. Climate Action Summit that begins Monday in New York.
July 25, 2019
Yaseen Mazin explores his experience as a war survivor through standup comedy.
'A Perfect Police Officer': Officer Tara O'Sullivan Remembered At Sacramento Police Academy Graduation
June 21, 2019
A day after the death of 26-year-old Sacramento Police Officer Tara O'Sullivan, the department held a graduation ceremony where newly-minted officers said her life inspires them to continue to serve.