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
Barrow uses sports to keep neurosurgeons sharp Ignacio Ventura April 7, 2024
Arts and culture center must relocate historic Gilbert house Ignacio Ventura April 7, 2024
County Attorney Mitchell says youth violence is on the rise in Arizona, U.S. Tom Maxedon April 8, 2024
Word S11.3 – It’s National Poetry Month; KJZZ reporter has a prize-winning debut crime novel Tom Maxedon April 9, 2024
Dueling initiatives on tipped workers aim for ballot Kirsten Dorman April 6, 2024
Glendale's short-term rental rules won't be focus on Final Four weekend Ignacio Ventura, Kirsten Dorman April 6, 2024
Hobbs appoints 1st new member to the Citizens Clean Elections Commission in 7 years Camryn Sanchez April 5, 2024
It's rattlesnake season in Arizona. Here's what you need to know Kathy Ritchie April 6, 2024
Fontes wants Hamadeh to pay $36K for failed election suit Wayne Schutsky April 5, 2024
Tucson researcher found that other stars limit how far we can predict orbits in the solar system Greg Hahne April 5, 2024
Voting underway to choose Phoenix’s signature cocktail Christina Estes April 5, 2024
Navajo lawmaker: Schools should make eclipse a holiday Wayne Schutsky April 5, 2024
Prominent GOP lawmakers aren't seeking reelection Wayne Schutsky April 5, 2024
SOAPBOX: He missed an opportunity — but found something bigger Sam Dingman April 5, 2024
Hear this Arizona Senate page read bills out loud as fast as she can Amber Victoria Singer April 5, 2024
An orchestra made up entirely of doctors is playing in Arizona Amber Victoria Singer April 5, 2024
Unprecedented fossil discovered at Grand Canyon Michel Marizco April 5, 2024
Pluto is the state planet. Arizonans never gave up on it Camryn Sanchez April 5, 2024
A look into the world of college sports collectives, which provide 'a payroll for players' Mark Brodie April 5, 2024
NewsCap: Abortion could be biggest AZ ballot fight ever Lauren Gilger April 5, 2024
All 99 Cents Only Stores closing, including nearly 40 Arizona locations Sky Schaudt, Tim Agne April 5, 2024
ASU professor's article asks: Can social media users tell when they're being advertised to? Kirsten Dorman April 8, 2024
Mayes scoffs at GOP House committee focused on her Camryn Sanchez April 4, 2024
New office building for Suns and Mercury employees Jacob Suever, Spencer West April 5, 2024
Bill mandating training for Arizona memory care facilities goes to Hobbs Kathy Ritchie April 4, 2024