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
Black performers shined in Soundies, the 1940s 'music video' Jill Ryan Sept. 8, 2023
As some libraries cuts ties with American Libraries Association, AZ stays Jill Ryan
Associated Press
Sept. 6, 2023
Expert reacts to 14th Amendment arguments that may disqualify Trump in 2024 Jill Ryan, Tom Maxedon Sept. 4, 2023
AZ gets $2M for housing vouchers to address higher rent Jill Ryan Aug. 31, 2023
VA deploying mobile medical unit to help homeless vets Jill Ryan Sept. 4, 2023
Court: Lake can argue voter signatures are public record Jill Ryan
Howard Fischer/Capitol Media Services
Aug. 30, 2023
Rapper 50 Cent cancels Phoenix show due to heat Jill Ryan
Associated Press
Aug. 29, 2023
E. coli found in water at Phantom Ranch in the Grand Canyon Jill Ryan
Associated Press
Aug. 28, 2023
ASU Project Cities program, Chandler partner on city parks research Jill Ryan Aug. 28, 2023
Ex-Phoenix officer acquitted of sex crimes alleges he was maliciously prosecuted Jill Ryan, Lindsey C. Riley Aug. 25, 2023
Remnants of Harold expected to bring rain to Arizona Jill Ryan Aug. 23, 2023
2 Southwest snakes are at center of environmental group's lawsuit Jill Ryan
Howard Fischer/Capitol Media Services
Aug. 22, 2023
ADOT gets almost $1M to improve work zone safety Jill Ryan Aug. 22, 2023
Sky Harbor's dry streak ends, flood watch in northern AZ Jill Ryan, Bridget Dowd
Associated Press
Aug. 18, 2023
89 heat-related deaths confirmed in Maricopa County Jill Ryan, Katherine Davis-Young, Kirsten Dorman Aug. 17, 2023
Rain is in the weekend forecast for Phoenix Jill Ryan
Associated Press
Aug. 16, 2023
Free legal clinic in Pima County offers aid with sealing AZ criminal records Jill Ryan Aug. 15, 2023
AZGFD offering up to $3,000 in grants to educators Jill Ryan Aug. 11, 2023
Gosar, Finchem, Kern lose appeal, must pay court fees Greg Hahne, Jill Ryan
Howard Fischer/Capitol Media Services
Aug. 11, 2023
Court ruling keeps No Labels candidates on ballot Jill Ryan
Howard Fischer/Capitol Media Services
Aug. 10, 2023
Phoenix is about to reach another record — this time it's about dryness Jill Ryan Aug. 10, 2023
Coyotes owner plans to buy land in Mesa, letter of intent says Jill Ryan
Associated Press
Aug. 9, 2023
GOP lawmakers launch new challenge to 'dark money' law Jill Ryan Aug. 8, 2023
Rain hit some parts of the East Valley Jill Ryan Aug. 8, 2023
Hobbs broke the record for most vetoes. She says the amount shouldn’t be a surprise Jill Ryan
Howard Fischer/Capitol Media Services
Aug. 7, 2023

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