Jill Ryan

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Field Correspondent/Producer

Jill Ryan joined KJZZ in 2020 as a morning reporter, and she is currently a field correspondent and Morning Edition producer. Ryan received her master’s degree in investigative reporting from Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Communication.

At ASU, she participated in multiple investigative reporting projects, and her work has been seen in the Houston Chronicle, the Boston Globe, the Arizona Republic and of course KJZZ News. She also wrote for the Knight-Cronkite News Lab, a website that publishes stories about new innovations in television news and the journalists and meteorologists behind those outlets.

During her undergrad, at Stony Brook University in Long Island, New York, she interned for NPR-affiliate WSHU Public Radio and then became a news fellow for her entire senior year. She fell in love with radio, and in her spare time she enjoys listening to podcasts like KJZZ's Sun Up, RadioLab and the Hidden Brain.

Title Author(s) Publication Date
Navajo Police Warn Against Illegal Marijuana, Hemp Farms Jill Ryan
Associated Press
June 4, 2020
Arizona In The Running To Host Republican National Convention Jill Ryan
Associated Press
June 4, 2020
Phoenix Protests End Peacefully Before Arizona Curfew Starts Jill Ryan
Associated Press
June 3, 2020
Survey: Two-Thirds Of AZ Voters Support Marijuana Initiative Jill Ryan June 2, 2020
Arizona Education Leader Thinks It's Too Early To Reopen Schools Jill Ryan June 2, 2020
How AZBio Association Members Are Fighting COVID-19 Jill Ryan June 1, 2020
Masks Sent To The Navajo Nation May Be Useless Jill Ryan June 2, 2020
Gas Prices Are On The Rise Across U.S. Jill Ryan May 28, 2020
Pinal Drops Threat Of Lawsuit After Funds Released Jill Ryan May 28, 2020
Scottsdale Mayor Not Happy About Weekend Crowds Jill Ryan May 27, 2020
Salvation Army Opens Heat Relief Stations In Phoenix Area Jill Ryan May 27, 2020
Phoenix Area Could Hit 110 Degrees This Week Jill Ryan May 26, 2020
Veterans In Arizona, Across U.S. Battle Isolation During Pandemic Jill Ryan May 26, 2020
COVID-19 May Be Responsible For Strokes In Young People Jill Ryan May 25, 2020
U.S. Census Bureau Hiring In Arizona Jill Ryan May 25, 2020
AZ Restaurants Short Staffed As Employees Stay Home Jill Ryan May 20, 2020
Flagstaff Unified Chose One-On-One Instruction Over Virtual Group Classes. Here's Why Jill Ryan May 20, 2020
Statewide COVID-19 Testing Moves On To Prisons, Nursing Homes Jill Ryan May 18, 2020
Taiwan Company To Build Semiconductor Factory In AZ Jill Ryan
Associated Press
May 15, 2020
Navajo Nation Will Be On A Strict 57-Hour Lockdown Jill Ryan May 15, 2020
ASU Economics Professor Predicts A Slow State Recovery Jill Ryan May 14, 2020
NAU Testing Wastewater To Track COVID-19 Jill Ryan May 13, 2020
Arizona Teachers Union Lays Out Vision For Next School Year Steve Goldstein, Jill Ryan May 13, 2020
165,000 Unemployment Checks Headed To AZ Applicants Holliday Moore, Jill Ryan
Howard Fischer, Capitol Media Services
May 12, 2020
Schools Plan For Possibility Buildings May Not Open Jill Ryan May 11, 2020