Tom Maxedon

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Previous to joining the KJZZ staff in September 2017, Tom lived on the island of Guam in the Western Pacific where he was news director for KPRG, Public Radio Guam and Saipan and also worked as a freelance writer for the Guam Daily Post.

He is the Weekend Edition host, as well as a reporter and producer for KJZZ. He is a second-generation broadcaster with a wide vocational background in media, telecommunications and education.

Tom is a 1996 graduate of Ball State University with a M.A. in English and also hosts KJZZ's "Word," a podcast about literature in Arizona and the region which he created.

Title Author(s) Publication Date
UA Women's Basketball Team Advances To Elite Eight Tom Maxedon March 28, 2021
Ducey Continues Blasting Biden On Migrant Surge Tom Maxedon March 22, 2021
Report: Criminal Justice Reform Could Save Taxpayers More Than $1B Tom Maxedon March 14, 2021
Arizona Unemployment Figures Revised Downward For December Tom Maxedon March 13, 2021
Peoria Seeks Public Input On New Arts Master Plan Tom Maxedon March 9, 2021
HB 2827 Would Force Banks To Do Business With Gun Manufacturers, Retailers Tom Maxedon
Howard Fischer, Capitol Media Services
March 8, 2021
Lawmakers, Businesses Question Ducey's Latest Executive Order Tom Maxedon March 7, 2021
Word S5:E3 — NaHaiWriMo Finale, Plus Desert Nights Rising Stars Tom Maxedon March 3, 2021
Bringing Writers And Readers Together During A Pandemic Tom Maxedon March 3, 2021
An AZ Piece Of 'The Great Migration': Phoenix And McNary Tom Maxedon Feb. 26, 2021
ASU Researchers Monitor Latest Mars Mission Tom Maxedon Feb. 21, 2021
37 Arrested In Valley Child Sex Crime Operation Tom Maxedon Feb. 20, 2021
Word S5 E2: National Haiku Writing Month (NaHaiWriMo) — Part 2 Tom Maxedon Feb. 16, 2021
Gilbert And Glendale Among Top 10 U.S. Cities For Increased Rents In 2020 Tom Maxedon Feb. 15, 2021
Climate Outlook: Hotter Nights, More Wildfires For AZ Tom Maxedon Feb. 7, 2021
Ward: Impeachment Trial 'Not What Our Country Needs' Tom Maxedon Feb. 7, 2021
'Indiscernibles' Anthology Seeks Stories By Black Arizonans Tom Maxedon Feb. 5, 2021
Word S5 E1: National Haiku Writing Month (NaHaiWriMo) — Part 1 Tom Maxedon Feb. 1, 2021
Thinking About Syllables: Feb. Is National Haiku Writing Month Tom Maxedon Feb. 1, 2021
Phoenix 'DREAMer' Story Receives Renewed Renown With NY Company Tom Maxedon Jan. 29, 2021
KJZZ's 2021 Haiku Contest Winner Tom Maxedon Jan. 28, 2021
Mural Project Spotlights Arizona Indigenous, Latino Artists Tom Maxedon Jan. 27, 2021
Emerging Indigenous, Latino Artists Selected To Paint Phoenix Murals Tom Maxedon Jan. 19, 2021
Phoenix Business Association Vows To Withhold Support Of GOP Tom Maxedon, Steve Goldstein Jan. 12, 2021
How Do Faux Celebrations Become A 'Holiday'? Tom Maxedon Jan. 11, 2021