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
Tucson activists canvas for Prop. 308 as early voting begins Alisa Reznick Oct. 13, 2022
Ghost stories: A haunting beneath downtown Mesa Nick Sanchez Oct. 13, 2022
Why Phoenix leaders want to add private security to parks Christina Estes Oct. 13, 2022
Study suggests source for Salton Sea’s decline Nicholas Gerbis Oct. 17, 2022
New plan allows some Venezuelans to apply to come to the U.S. It also expands Title 42 Alisa Reznick Oct. 12, 2022
Lake interview canceled after KAET makes time for Hobbs Howard Fischer/Capitol Media Services Oct. 12, 2022
Ancient climate trends can lead to insights for the future Greg Hahne Oct. 12, 2022
Conservative groups call for members to monitor ballot drop boxes in Yavapai County Greg Hahne
Howard Fischer/Capitol Media Services
Oct. 12, 2022
Sonoran festival to celebrate, educate about the Sky Islands region Kendal Blust Oct. 12, 2022
Mexican Senate passes ban on 'conversion therapy' Kendal Blust Oct. 12, 2022
CDC, FDA recommend updated mRNA boosters for kids Nicholas Gerbis Oct. 12, 2022
ACT faces declining test scores and participation Jill Ryan Oct. 12, 2022
Cochise County mulls ballot hand-count, but county attorney says no Jill Ryan
Associated Press
Oct. 12, 2022
Judge to hear arguments next month in physician-backed abortion lawsuit Mark Brodie Oct. 12, 2022
AZ may see an earlier-than-usual flu season this year. Here's how to prepare Mark Brodie Oct. 12, 2022
Arizona's former U.S. marshal reflects on his career in law enforcement Mark Brodie Oct. 12, 2022
The Navajo Times has a new editor, and she's been working for decades to inform the Native community Lauren Gilger Oct. 12, 2022
From sus to yeet: How words make it into the dictionary Mark Brodie Oct. 12, 2022
Learn what triggers fears and why in 'The Book of Phobias and Manias' Lauren Gilger Oct. 12, 2022
The race to be Maricopa County Attorney oozes national politics Matthew Casey Oct. 13, 2022
Tucson looking for donations of certain items to care for asylum seekers Alisa Reznick Oct. 12, 2022
In AZ and elsewhere, Afghan evacuees still searching for permanent status Alisa Reznick Oct. 12, 2022
Phoenix makes enforcement of state abortion laws the lowest priority Christina Estes Oct. 12, 2022
Play explores how a woman copes with being a caregiver Tom Maxedon Oct. 12, 2022
Report: Security still a top concern for Hermosillo residents, infrastructure woes close behind Murphy Woodhouse Oct. 11, 2022