Mark Brodie

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Mark Brodie is a co-host of The Show, KJZZ’s locally produced news magazine. Since starting at KJZZ in 2002, Brodie has been a host, reporter and producer, including several years covering the Arizona Legislature, based at the Arizona Capitol. He was also the local host of Weekend Edition Saturday for more than a decade.

Before deciding to ditch his snow shovel for good, Brodie worked at public radio stations in Albany, New York, and Syracuse, New York. He’s an alum of Syracuse University, where he majored in broadcast journalism and political science. He’s originally from Manchester, Connecticut, and still harbors dreams of the Hartford Whalers coming back.

Title Author(s) Publication Date
LDS members could be an important swing vote in Arizona Lauren Gilger May 21, 2024
In agricultural Yuma, state, federal and local water talks are dictated by the law of the river Alisa Reznick May 22, 2024
Consultant: Recruiting has begun in UA president search Matthew Casey May 20, 2024
Ex-Democratic lawmaker enters Phoenix council race against AZ senator Camryn Sanchez May 20, 2024
Hobbs expands free birth control for state employees Camryn Sanchez May 20, 2024
12 indicted in AZ 'fake elector' case to appear in court Wayne Schutsky May 20, 2024
Navajo president: Regalia at graduations is protected after N.M. incident Michel Marizco May 20, 2024
Following abortion vote, groups aim for AZ Supreme Court Katherine Davis-Young May 20, 2024
Mayes suing to invalidate secrecy clauses in long-term care Kathy Ritchie May 20, 2024
Arizona Commission on the Arts may face total defunding for fiscal 2025 Jill Ryan May 20, 2024
How Laveen development could impact future projects across Phoenix Christina Estes May 20, 2024
BBC Look Ahead: Questions swirl over death of Iran's president in helicopter crash Mark Brodie May 20, 2024
Díaz and Roberts: Jan Brewer comes out against MAGA candidates Lauren Gilger May 20, 2024
This week at the Arizona Capitol: Will Hobbs be allowed to appoint state agency leaders? Mark Brodie May 20, 2024
Nearly half of U.S. fentanyl is smuggled through Nogales. Police are launching a new operation there Lauren Gilger May 20, 2024
Why GM Cruise autonomous vehicles picked Phoenix to restart operations Mark Brodie May 20, 2024
Chamber of Commerce head: Border issues should be solved in Congress, not Arizona ballot Lauren Gilger May 20, 2024
Wildcat Fire: The latest on the Arizona wildfire near Scottsdale Jill Ryan, Kirsten Dorman
Associated Press
May 20, 2024
Arizona tribes were left out of water decisions until 1908. Here’s how they negotiate today Gabriel Pietrorazio May 21, 2024
Mesa's Gateway Library expected to open in summer 2025 after groundbreaking Ignacio Ventura May 20, 2024
Arizona's climatologist predicts another dry monsoon Ignacio Ventura May 20, 2024
Book featuring handwritten notes of poet John Milton discovered at Phoenix library Ignacio Ventura May 19, 2024
Sex offender thought to be dead found living in Mesa Lindsey C. Riley May 19, 2024
ASU introduces 4 new ocean-related degrees, including chance to study in Bermuda Ignacio Ventura May 19, 2024
People in mobile homes are disproportionately vulnerable to heat. Emergency law can help Kirsten Dorman May 18, 2024

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