Steve Goldstein

Host/Producer, The Show

As the host of KJZZ’s The Show, Steve Goldstein‘s main objective is to moderate discussions that are intelligent and productive.

While the show provides an open forum for guests and listeners, there’s one simple rule for all participants: the discourse must be civil.

Goldstein, who has been a host at KJZZ since 2006, understands it’s not about him or his opinion. It’s about giving others the chance to hear from a variety of guests with diverse viewpoints beyond the 15-second sound bite.

Whether it’s the Governor, state legislators, a nationally acclaimed author on a book tour, an expert geneticist or underwater sea explorer, Goldstein does his homework to make sure he’s prepared to ask the right questions and ultimately encourage guests to reveal what listeners want to know.

A self-described political junkie, Goldstein’s bookshelves are full of biographies of the state’s famous and infamous politicians. That love of learning started early on but is not exclusive to politics. He says he’s “always been inquisitive.”

When he’s not working on the next edition of The Show, Goldstein hosts weekday afternoon programs.

Among his proudest achievements is bringing home a Public Radio News Directors, Inc. award for Best Public Affairs Program. Goldstein also shared a PRNDI regional Edward R. Murrow award with KJZZ Reporter Mark Brodie for their investigation into the practice of ticket scalping during Arizona Cardinals games. He also has a number of Associated Press awards for feature and sports reporting.

Goldstein’s work also includes guest hosting Arizona Horizon, a public-affairs show on Eight, Arizona PBS. He also contributes feature stories to Arizona Highways and Phoenix Magazine.

Goldstein joined the KJZZ news team as a part-time weekend host in 1997 and became a full-time host and reporter in 1999. Prior to his career with KJZZ, Goldstein served as the host of a weekly sports talk show, Inside the Game.

Goldstein and his wife, Deanne Poulos live in Scottsdale with their Dalmatian Trudi and playful kitty Betty.

Steve Goldstein
Title Author Publication Date
New Tucson Law Makes It Easier For Rezoning To Pass Steve Goldstein November 20, 2017
Republic Advocates Gun-Law Change Supported By Sen. Flake Steve Goldstein November 20, 2017
Mail Slowdown Affected DACA Renewal Applications Steve Goldstein November 20, 2017
Experts Concerned With Trump Administration's 'Extreme Vetting' Of Immigrants Steve Goldstein November 20, 2017
Arizona Climatologists Recommend Extension Of Drought Declaration Steve Goldstein November 20, 2017
What Will Arizona Education Progress Meter Measure? Steve Goldstein November 20, 2017
Medical Tourism Attracts 1 Million To Mexico, But There Are Complications Steve Goldstein November 20, 2017
Why Haven't Russian Sanctions Been Implemented? Steve Goldstein November 17, 2017
What Is The State Of The Current U.S. Role In Yemen? Steve Goldstein November 17, 2017
Ex-CIA Analyst: Trump Doesn't Understand Role Of Intelligence Steve Goldstein November 16, 2017
Airplane Hacking: What Does This Mean For Passenger Safety? Steve Goldstein November 16, 2017
Solar Manufacturing Cost Increase Could Affect The Industry Steve Goldstein November 16, 2017
Arizona Advocacy Network, Others File Suit Against 'Dark Money' Bill Steve Goldstein November 16, 2017
Book Chronicles Life Of Arizona Pioneer Sedona Schnebly Steve Goldstein November 15, 2017
Are Biofuels Causing An Increase In Food Prices? Steve Goldstein November 15, 2017
Photographer Anand Varma Presents 'Beauty And The Bizarre' In Mesa Steve Goldstein November 15, 2017
Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery On Criminal Justice Reform Steve Goldstein November 15, 2017
Climate Change Talks Currently Underway In Germany Steve Goldstein November 14, 2017
What Is Cryotherapy And How Does It Benefit Athletes? Steve Goldstein November 14, 2017
Do Planned Communities And Smart Cities Live Up To Expectations? Steve Goldstein November 14, 2017
Some APS Customers Upset Over Arizona Corporation Commission-Approved Rate Hike Steve Goldstein November 14, 2017
Number Of Fortune 500 CEOs Of Color Reached Peak in 2007 Steve Goldstein November 13, 2017
More Nonprofits Are Changing From 501(c)3 To 501(c)4 Status Steve Goldstein November 13, 2017
Arizona Department Of Education Misallocates $85 Million In Federal Funding Steve Goldstein November 13, 2017
Trans-Pacific Partnership Moving Forward With The U.S. Steve Goldstein November 13, 2017

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