Vault Studios, TEGNA’s premier digital content studio focused on true-crime storytelling, will host an online Questions and Answers session about their latest project Selena: A Star Dies In Texas, a six-episode podcast that chronicles the incredible life, senseless murder, and enduring legacy of bicultural icon Selena.
Join Jessica Noll from the True Crimes Chronicles team and Cat Cardenas from Texas Monthly on Reddit, Wednesday, June 3, at 12:00 p.m. CT for a live Q&A about the podcast. They have been diving deep into the life, legacy, and tragic death of Selena.
The Tejano superstar’s meteoric rise and tragic death left millions of fans heartbroken.
“It’s this incredible story of a superstar just on the brink of international stardom,” said Noll in promoting the project. “She was about to release her English crossover album and then she was shot and killed by someone who claims to be her best friend and who was her fan club president. We’re going to explore the lives of these two women and ultimately the fatal ending to it — to their relationship as well.”
With access to an extraordinary archive of rare and never-before-heard audio from TEGNA’s network of TV newsrooms across Texas, VAULT Studios, the network behind Bardstown and The Officer’s Wife captures the entire story of a superstar, a superfan, and the shocking murder that ended the life of a bright young star.
You’ll be able to find the Q&A at https://www.reddit.com/r/TrueCrime/.
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