Mark Brodie PhotoMark Brodie is Co-Host of The Show, one of KJZZ's Original Productions. In that role, he reports on some of the Valley's biggest stories, most important trends and interesting people; that includes a five-part series on the people and neighborhoods along Central Avenue, between South and North Mountains.

Brodie also hosts Weekend Edition on Saturday mornings. He spent several years as KJZZ's Capitol reporter, reporting on state government and politics, including the debate over SB 1070, the vote on Arizona's temporary sales tax increase and many other stories.

Brodie also serves as an emcee and moderator for special station events and community forums.

Brodie won a 2005 Associated Press award for a story about real estate flipping and shared in a 2003 Public Radio News Directors Inc. award with Steve Goldstein for a story about ticket scalping at Arizona Cardinals games. The New York State Broadcasters Association, RTNDA, and other journalism organizations have recognized his work as well.

Brodie began his tenure with KJZZ in 2002, after reporting and hosting for NPR member stations WAER in Syracuse, NY and WAMC in Albany, NY. He earned his Broadcast Journalism and Political Science degrees from Syracuse University.

In his free time, Brodie enjoys photography. He’s also a big fan of the New York Yankees, New York Giants, and the late, great Hartford Whalers.

Contact Mark Brodie at 480-774-8239 or mbrodie@rioradio.org, or on Twitter @markwbrodie.

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Arizona Looks To Join Multi-State Medical Licensing Compact Mark Brodie February 02, 2016
Phoenix City Council To Vote On Sale Of Sheraton Hotel Mark Brodie February 02, 2016
Famous Oaxacan Woodcarver Comes To Tucson Mark Brodie January 29, 2016
New Standards Set For Young Athletes' Chest Protectors Mark Brodie January 29, 2016
South Phoenix Could Get Light Rail Sooner Than Expected Mark Brodie January 29, 2016
Canadian Businesses Open More US Offices In Arizona Mark Brodie January 29, 2016
Rental Prices Increase In West, But More Slowly Than Past Years Mark Brodie January 28, 2016
Microbes Adapt To Heat, Sun By Changing Color Mark Brodie January 28, 2016
Tucson Wins International Gastronomical Recognition Mark Brodie January 28, 2016
Bill To Create Arizona Lieutenant Governor Clears Committee Mark Brodie January 28, 2016
Anthem-Based Nonprofit Works To Prevent Firefighter Suicides Mark Brodie January 26, 2016
University Of Arizona Research Shows Protein Could Help Treat Asthma Mark Brodie January 26, 2016
Assessing The State Of The States In 5 Policy Areas Mark Brodie January 26, 2016
New App Aims To Help LGBT Couples Adopt Kids In Arizona Mark Brodie January 26, 2016
Justice Department Calls Key Witness In Case Against Polygamous Towns Mark Brodie January 26, 2016
What To Make Of Arizona Cardinals' Season, Future Mark Brodie January 26, 2016
Why Some Valley Residents Open Their Homes To Strangers Mark Brodie January 22, 2016
Movie Looks At Role Of Football In Polynesian Communities Mark Brodie January 22, 2016
Rural Career Education Officials Worried About Ducey's Budget Proposal Mark Brodie January 22, 2016
Choreographer Liz Lerman Comes To ASU Mark Brodie January 21, 2016
Arizona Takes New Approach To Marketing HIV Prevention Mark Brodie January 21, 2016
How Cities Are Influencing Water Policy Mark Brodie January 21, 2016
Coalition Launches Effort On 2 Election Reform Ballot Measures Mark Brodie January 21, 2016
Phoenix's Roosevelt Row Property Owners Debate New District, Assessment Mark Brodie January 21, 2016
Embry-Riddle Professor Works To Make Wingsuits Safer Mark Brodie January 19, 2016

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