Mark Brodie PhotoKJZZ listeners know they can trust Government and Politics Reporter and Weekend Edition Saturday Host Mark Brodie for intelligent reports and insightful perspectives on Arizona politics and public policy.

Mark covers all levels of government, including cities, counties, the state legislature, Governor’s office and federal government. He works to bring KJZZ listeners different perspectives on bills and issues of interest to them.

On primary and election nights, Mark anchors KJZZ’s coverage, interviewing candidates, reporters and people on all sides of ballot measures.

Covering government and politics in Arizona has led Brodie to report on the legislative and legal battles over immigration law SB 1070, the recall election of former Arizona Senate President Russell Pearce and Presidential visits, among many other stories.

Brodie’s reporting on Arizona government and politics has been featured on national programs, including All Things Considered and Marketplace. He’s also been heard on radio programs in Arizona, Los Angeles and elsewhere, and is a regular guest on Arizona Horizon, a public-affairs show on Eight, Arizona PBS.

While Brodie spends most of his time covering the state capitol, other aspects of politics and government in Arizona, he also reports non-political 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 received 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.

 

Title Author Publication Date
Arizona unemployment rate down, but new jobs only half the story May 17, 2012
Arizona unemployment rate flat in May June 14, 2012
Arizona Unemployment Rate Unchanged In March Mark Brodie April 17, 2014
Arizona Unemployment Rate Up In August September 19, 2013
Arizona Unemployment Rate Up in June Mark Brodie July 17, 2014
Arizona universities ask for tuition increases March 16, 2013
Arizona Urban Land Institute's Trends Day Discusses The State's Real Estate Issues Mark Brodie January 29, 2015
Arizona utilities say they are ready for summer demand April 27, 2013
Arizona voter registration numbers down January 24, 2012
Arizona voters to decide state sovereignty May 02, 2012
Arizona voters to decide state sovereignty measure in 2014 May 14, 2013
Arizona Will Add Jobs This Year Mark Brodie February 14, 2014
Arizona Workers Get Time Off To Vote Mark Brodie November 03, 2014
Arizona WWII Memorial Dedicated Saturday Mark Brodie December 06, 2013
Arizona's August Unemployment Rate Higher Mark Brodie September 18, 2014
Arizona's Copper Industry Closely Watches China's Economic Slowdown Mark Brodie July 30, 2015
Arizona's La Paz County Has One Of Largest Senior Populations In US Mark Brodie July 16, 2015
Arizona's Legislature Tackles Common Core Mark Brodie March 20, 2015
Arizona's Medicaid Expansion Plan Has Its First Day In Court Mark Brodie December 13, 2013
Arizona's poverty rate among nation's highest in 2011 December 14, 2012
Arizona's Share Of Money For Federal Immigrant Healthcare Program Runs Out Mark Brodie December 11, 2014
Arizona's Unemployment Rate Drops In November Mark Brodie December 19, 2013
Arizona's Water Use Has Remained The Same Since The 1950s Mark Brodie December 19, 2014
Arizona, Kansas Want Stay In Proof Of Citizenship Case Lifted Mark Brodie May 13, 2014
Arizonans Driving Fewer Miles Year-Over-Year Mark Brodie February 20, 2015

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