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
National banjo champ keeps old-time music alive Sam Dingman May 14, 2024
While housing bill is stuck in Legislature, this law could put a dent in AZ crisis Mark Brodie May 14, 2024
The surprising reasons Latino Protestants are embracing Christian nationalism Lauren Gilger May 14, 2024
Republicans concerned about Trump campaign's lack of ground game in AZ Lauren Gilger May 14, 2024
Rights advocates: Proposed DHS rule could shut out asylum seekers with valid claims Alisa Reznick May 14, 2024
Mom lawmakers want to use campaign cash for child care costs while campaigning Camryn Sanchez May 13, 2024
Bureau of Reclamation officially approves lower basin plan to conserve Colorado River water Alisa Reznick May 13, 2024
Peak Fire: The latest on the Arizona wildfire near State Route 87 Kirsten Dorman May 13, 2024
Former Corporation Commission lawyer threatens suit alleging discrimination, retaliation Wayne Schutsky May 13, 2024
She lost her son to a Phoenix police shooting. Her new poetry collection details her heartbreak Tom Maxedon May 18, 2024
AZ Supreme Court delays enforcement of abortion ban until September Katherine Davis-Young May 13, 2024
Work violence among factors driving AZ nursing shortage Kathy Ritchie May 13, 2024
Investigators review Border Patrol shootings. Federal agency wants to make sure they're independent Matthew Casey May 13, 2024
Prescribed burns on Flagstaff's west side continue Michel Marizco May 13, 2024
A Navajo family honors late Diné grandmother by shearing 134 sheep over Mother’s Day weekend Gabriel Pietrorazio May 13, 2024
Taurasi celebrates 20 years as Mercury season opens Phil Latzman May 14, 2024
Democrats pick Lauren Kuby to run for Arizona Senate in District 8 Wayne Schutsky May 13, 2024
University of Arizona faculty sets up ad hoc committee after protest arrests, social media tracking Lauren Gilger May 13, 2024
More than $1B invested in early childhood education. That funding is about to run out Lauren Gilger May 13, 2024
This week at the Arizona Capitol: Affordable housing bill is hung up on short-term rentals Mark Brodie May 13, 2024
An instrument often known for holding down the bassline takes center stage Mark Brodie May 13, 2024
BBC Look Ahead: Officials hope new law will help Ukraine in war effort Mark Brodie May 13, 2024
Díaz: Secure the Border Act means statewide racial profiling Lauren Gilger May 13, 2024
CASS considers installing foot baths to help older adults cool off this summer Kathy Ritchie May 13, 2024
ASU researchers develop voice authentication to guard against AI Ignacio Ventura May 13, 2024