Julie Levin photoJulie Levin joined the KJZZ news team in March 2013 as a digital media assistant. She will be reporting and producing content, working on all things digital.

Levin comes to the station with experience in radio, television, marketing, photography, print media and web development.

Levin is originally from New Jersey. She moved to Scottsdale with her family while still in high school and decided to stay in the state to pursue a communication degree at the University of Arizona. While in Tucson, Levin interned for a daily television morning show and reported for the local college station. She also had an opportunity to exercise her love of entertainment news while interning for Entertainment Tonight in Los Angeles for a summer.

After graduation, Levin moved back to the Valley to attend graduate school at Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication. During her tenure, she reported on the 2012 Presidential Election and produced an investigative story on child welfare in Arizona. Levin received her master’s degree in journalism in December 2012.

Levin loves to travel. One of her most memorable trips was to London to cover the 2012 Olympic Games.

In her spare time, she spends quality time with friends and family, reading, trying out new restaurants and watching sports. Go Phillies!

Contact Julie Levin at jlevin@rioradio.org.

Title Author Publication Date
Catholic Leaders Call For Immigration Reform At Border Mass Jude Joffe-Block April 01, 2014
Spotlight on Bob Corritore: 30 Years of 'Those Lowdown Blues' Julie Levin March 14, 2014
Mexican Man Sentenced In Murder Of Agent Brian Terry Nick Blumberg February 10, 2014
Drought Worsens Across The Southwest Elaine Baumgartel February 03, 2014
Narco Traffickers Slash Protected Rainforests Laurel Morales January 31, 2014
Mexico Rail Link To Texas On Track For 2015 Construction Lorne Matalon January 30, 2014
Labor Secretary: Immigration Reform Critical For Economic Recovery Joey Palacios January 29, 2014
San Antonio Mission's World Heritage Site Bid Moves Forward Despite Congress David Martin Davies January 21, 2014
High Speed Rail On Track Between San Antonio, Monterrey David Martin Davies January 21, 2014
Congress Funds Thousands Of New Customs Agents For Border Crossings David Martin Davies January 21, 2014
Scientists Try To Save Seven Southwest Species Laurel Morales January 20, 2014
Study Compiles Data On Why Immigrants Leave The United States Joey Palacios January 15, 2014
Casa Del Jardin Offers Girls A Life After Prostitution Brooke Binkowski for KPBS January 15, 2014
US Environmental Agency Helps Clean Up Border Laurel Morales January 15, 2014
Senator, Border Patrol Union, Question Effectiveness of Current Border Strategy Michel Marizco January 09, 2014
Permanent Memorial Will Honor Tucson Shooting Victims Michel Marizco January 07, 2014
Violence Delays South Sudan Education Effort Peter O'Dowd January 07, 2014
EPA To Decide Fate Of Navajo Generating Station Laurel Morales January 06, 2014
Covered California Introduces Spanish-Language Affordable Care Act Forms Kenny Goldberg January 06, 2014
Judge Ruling On Border Laptop Seizures Creates Different Rules Across the Country Michel Marizco January 03, 2014
Arizona Border Search Case May Go To The Supreme Court Michel Marizco January 02, 2014
Tijuana-Ensenada Toll Road Collapse No Surprise To Mexican Geologists Jill Replogle January 01, 2014
Reservoir Water Levels Rising ... Slowly Laurel Morales December 31, 2013
Mexican Retailers Dread Higher Sales Tax In New Year Mónica Ortiz Uribe December 31, 2013
Water Poverty Is A Crisis For Navajo Communities Laurel Morales December 30, 2013