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Andrew Nixon

Multimedia Producer

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  He's the one with all the cameras who's fond of using outdated slang.

    Stories by Andrew Nixon

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    When Soccer Is The Common Language

    March 3, 2017

    Nineteen students make up Encina Preparatory High School’s varsity men’s soccer team. Four different languages are spoken by team members: Arabic, English, Spanish and Kinyarwanda, the language spoken in Rwanda. But, language isn't a barrier.

  • The First Person You See

    February 9, 2017

    Encina High School's front desk receptionist speaks five languages. He uses all of them on a daily basis in his job. Haidar Ali Moradi says he's a member of the community and a refugee who is struggling to make a better life in America.

  • Encina VP: Much More Than Discipline

    December 29, 2016

    Take a walk through the halls of Encina Preparatory 6-12 School with Vice Principal Heidi Garner.

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    Photos: The Rains Are Gone, But Water Levels Are Still High

    December 16, 2016

    As the streets dry up and the large puddles subside, Sacramento area rivers and waterways are still swollen.

  • A Leader Who Is Not Loud

    November 1, 2016

    Jazmin Mortera Aguilar arrived from Mexico when she was 15 years old and enrolled in Encina High School. Her English Language Development class includes students who speak seven of the school's 21 languages. She is a quiet, confident leader.

  • The View From Here: A Year At Encina

    November 1, 2016

    1,100 students. 21 languages. 56 teachers. Encina Preparatory (6-12) High School serves families who come from around the world and across the street. This year we explore culture, resilience, challenges and change in suburban Sacramento.

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    Sacramento Kings Fans Flock To Golden 1 Center For Home Opener

    October 28, 2016

    The Sacramento Kings played the home opener at Golden 1 Center Thursday as fans turned out in force to support their home team and experience the new arena for the first time.

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    Lincoln Police Say Officer Shot And Killed Man In McDonald's Parking Lot

    October 25, 2016

    The Lincoln Police Department says one of its deputies shot and killed a man in the McDonald's parking lot at G and Third Streets this morning.

  • California State Fair In Cinemagraphs

    July 19, 2016

    The 163rd California State Fair ends Sunday July 24th. Slow down and take a look at the fair in a different way with this series of cinemagraphs, images in subtle motion.

  • We Just Go: Bicycle Cruising With Ted Florez

    May 24, 2016

    What started as a monthly bicycle ride with a small group of friends has become a Midtown Sacramento tradition.