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
Amid calls for change in culture, a changing of the guard atop Phoenix Police Department Matthew Casey Sept. 15, 2022
Calls to review controversial ICE program renewed Alisa Reznick Sept. 14, 2022
Report: Gaps in IT systems led to faulty migrant tracking Alisa Reznick Sept. 14, 2022
Camelback's Cholla Trail to reopen after 2-year closure Ashley Madrigal Sept. 15, 2022
House panel hears testimony on Grijalva's Great Bend of the Gila bill Ron Dungan Sept. 14, 2022
Conservationists question SRP's move to hike rates, build gas-fired turbines Ron Dungan Sept. 14, 2022
Tucson community leaders host conversation about climate disasters Alisa Reznick Sept. 14, 2022
Higher salaries, better recruiting and software are paying off for the Phoenix Police Department Christina Estes Sept. 14, 2022
AZ COVID vaccination rates are too low to eliminate threat Katherine Davis-Young Sept. 14, 2022
Sarver review credits Suns for recent HR overhaul but documents past failure Matthew Casey Sept. 14, 2022
Family caregiving comes at a hefty cost for those providing unpaid care Kathy Ritchie Sept. 14, 2022
Arizona minimum wage to increase by more than $1 next year to $13.85 Greg Hahne
Howard Fischer/Capitol Media Services
Sept. 14, 2022
Spooky's Swirls Lauren Gilger Sept. 14, 2022
California utility to test whether canals with solar panels can save water Mark Brodie Sept. 14, 2022
Hot Town: Nearly 30% of metro Phoenix's heat-related deaths occur in manufactured homes Steve Goldstein Sept. 14, 2022
Trial begins for Nikola Motor Company over fraud accusations Mark Brodie Sept. 14, 2022
Mesa offers lifetime medical after cutting benefit in '09 Christina Estes Sept. 19, 2022
Work begins on improvements at Sonoran port in Guaymas Murphy Woodhouse Sept. 19, 2022
AMLO says U.S. will respect sovereignty on energy issues Murphy Woodhouse Sept. 13, 2022
Water levels slightly rise at Lake Mead Pratham Dalal Sept. 16, 2022
Analysts review environmental impact statement on Oak Flat Ron Dungan Sept. 13, 2022
1st trial begins in Tucson for man accused of killing 2 local girls Alisa Reznick Sept. 13, 2022
Opioid deaths continue to increase in Arizona Katherine Davis-Young Sept. 13, 2022
Flagstaff's minimum wage is going up in January. Here's by how much Michel Marizco Sept. 13, 2022
Phoenix hires city’s first public health adviser Christina Estes Sept. 13, 2022