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
CDC director visits Phoenix to learn heat relief efforts Katherine Davis-Young May 8, 2024
Gilbert approves $2.3 million for Police Department after they went over budget Jill Ryan May 8, 2024
98-year-old Scottsdale resident is a living witness to WWII history Phil Latzman May 10, 2024
Poll: Arizonans feel the worst about their future out of 7 swing states Lauren Gilger May 8, 2024
There are concerns about the future of hydropower in the U.S. Here's why Mark Brodie May 8, 2024
Anxiety patients handled COVID-19 stress better than most. It could help everyone in the future Mark Brodie May 8, 2024
Latino voter turnout is growing in Arizona. Senate hopefuls are trying to win support Ben Giles May 9, 2024
Horne is determined to toss 50-50 language model. Experts say it's the best way to learn Bridget Dowd May 9, 2024
How Jewish students at ASU are dealing with turmoil over war in Gaza Lauren Gilger May 8, 2024
Repealed Arizona abortion law should be temporarily enforced, conservative legal group says Katherine Davis-Young May 8, 2024
The case for being randomly assigned college roommate Lauren Gilger May 8, 2024
Emily Gould writes personal essays online that draw an overwhelming response. And she's not stopping Sam Dingman May 8, 2024
New Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport terminal may not break ground until 2032 Christina Estes May 8, 2024
Kari Lake defamation case: Judge says Stephen Richer can request texts, emails Camryn Sanchez May 8, 2024
FTC recently voted to eliminate noncompete agreements. What does it mean for AZ? Kirsten Dorman May 7, 2024
Northeastern Arizona under red flag warning Michel Marizco May 7, 2024
FAFSA completion up 6% after statewide campaign Bridget Dowd May 7, 2024
Chandler considers ordinances to stop teen violence Matthew Casey May 7, 2024
Tempe officials are eyeing speed-limit reductions Matthew Casey May 7, 2024
Nearly 50 new electric school buses to serve Phoenix area Bridget Dowd May 7, 2024
Republicans reveal border plan they want to send to voters Wayne Schutsky May 7, 2024
Scottsdale mayor: Bill will invite more short-term rentals Jill Ryan May 7, 2024
Hobbs vetoes bill penalizing agencies for late reports Wayne Schutsky May 7, 2024
New Scottsdale short-term rental regulations target 'nuisance parties' Jill Ryan May 7, 2024
Rolling Stones play Tuesday in Glendale; expect heavier I-10, Loop 101 traffic Phil Latzman May 7, 2024