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
CFO: University of Arizona cut $15 million off shortfall Bridget Dowd April 4, 2024
Phoenix may expand camping ban to near schools and day cares Christina Estes April 4, 2024
Phoenix temps to drop, rain and snow in Flagstaff Sky Schaudt, Michel Marizco April 4, 2024
Migration habitat loss may not be causing monarch butterfly decline, new study suggests Michel Marizco April 4, 2024
Arizona lawmakers want to put 'shot clocks' on local zoning decisions Wayne Schutsky April 4, 2024
Cyberattacks are disrupting critical infrastructure. This expert says we can all fight back Mark Brodie April 4, 2024
Opponents say Arizona bill to expand castle doctrine could lead to the deaths of migrants Jill Ryan
Howard Fischer, Capitol Media Services
April 4, 2024
Investigation reveals how often misuse of police less-lethal force tactics kills Lauren Gilger April 4, 2024
Palestinian advocate in Arizona: Conflating anti-Israel and anti-Semitism is 'very dangerous thing' Lauren Gilger April 4, 2024
Black Theatre Troupe's show is about jazz, and activism Sam Dingman April 4, 2024
Bureau of Reclamation announces $320M to fund tribal water projects Gabriel Pietrorazio April 4, 2024
Hobbs signs bipartisan bill setting fentanyl sentencing requirements Camryn Sanchez April 4, 2024
More pedestrian-activated traffic signals coming to Phoenix Christina Estes April 4, 2024
Michigan Gov. Whitmer highlights Arizona's abortion rights fight Katherine Davis-Young April 3, 2024
Supervisors appoint replacement for Jevin Hodge Kirsten Dorman April 4, 2024
Arizona Senate president: Lawmakers aim to end the session within 4 weeks Camryn Sanchez April 4, 2024
Report: Colombia, Panama are failing to address violence against Darien Gap migrants Alisa Reznick April 4, 2024
Texas' SB4 is back in court this week. Mexican officials say they won't support the law Alisa Reznick April 3, 2024
Israeli diplomat speaks about Hamas, strike that killed aid workers at Arizona Capitol Wayne Schutsky April 4, 2024
Pinal County officials criticize supervisor's legal action against elections chief Camryn Sanchez April 3, 2024
Q&AZ: Why do ASU shuttle buses have Nebraska license plates? Nate Engle April 8, 2024
SOAPBOX: How a missing Hydro Flask led to a clean slate Amber Victoria Singer April 4, 2024
Measure to lower mandated pay for tipped workers moves closer to Arizona ballot Greg Hahne
Howard Fischer/Capitol Media Services
April 3, 2024
Flagstaff council approves $3.3M for affordable housing Michel Marizco April 3, 2024
4 'clean energy' candidates beat incumbents in preliminary SRP election results Jill Ryan April 3, 2024