Holliday Moore is a native Arizonan and veteran journalist who joined KJZZ radio’s news team in January 2017. 

Moore graduated from Arizona State University with a degree in mass communications after studying under the Cronkite Journalism and W.P. Carey Business Management programs.  She spent nearly 20 years as a producer, reporter and anchor in television newsrooms and bureaus from California to Washington, D.C.

Extended family commitments in Arizona brought her back to Phoenix, where she covered legislative and court beats for ABC15. While there, her work earned the station a Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Television Political Journalism under the "Democracy Project," which she conceived and produced. The "Best Practices" program is now instituted at all Scripps’ affiliates nationwide.

Her television reports from sports to cultural issues earned her multiple Emmy and Associated Press nominations, including a regional Emmy for her Hopi Partition Land Act coverage. 

After starting a family and managing a media company, she jumped into radio for its flexibility a decade ago and found its form allowed her to delve deeper into the long-form storytelling format. Her work in radio has garnered multiple award nominations, including two Edward R. Murrow Awards for soft and hard news topics.

Moore now teaches the long-form storytelling to the next generation of reporters at ASU’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication. She enjoys being back home near childhood friends and sharing the beautiful Arizona desert with her husband and young son.  

Title Author Publication Date
Arizona Supreme Court Rules Police Cannot Search Someone For Simply Being Near A Crime Holliday Moore May 24, 2017
Health Experts Warn To Avoid Globe-Miami Region Wildfire Smoke Holliday Moore May 24, 2017
Last Day For Arizona Gov. Ducey To Sign Or Veto Remaining Bills Holliday Moore May 22, 2017
The Man Who Resigned During Arizona's CPS Crisis Now Oversees Welfare Assistance Nationwide Holliday Moore May 22, 2017
Republicans Agree Not To Appeal Judge's Decision On Arizona Redistricting Map Holliday Moore May 18, 2017
MCSO Warns of Latest Lethal Opioid Called 'Grey Death' Holliday Moore May 17, 2017
Former Arizona CPS Employees Will Not Be Rehired Holliday Moore May 17, 2017
Valley Farm Facing Federal Lawsuit For Reported Subhuman Work Conditions Holliday Moore May 17, 2017
Convicted Killer Faces Death Sentence A Third Time In Same Case Holliday Moore May 16, 2017
FBI Arrests Tucson School Employee Over Threats Against McSally Holliday Moore May 16, 2017
Arizona's Top Teachers Review Lawmakers' Performance On Education Holliday Moore May 16, 2017
Slain Phoenix Police Officer's Family With Trump As He Signs Peace Officers Proclamation Holliday Moore May 16, 2017
Public Gets To Listen In On Plans For Navajo Generating Station Holliday Moore May 16, 2017
Arizona Children Will No Longer Need Permission To Bring Sunscreen To School Holliday Moore May 15, 2017
Supreme Court Expected To Rule On Immigration Cases Holliday Moore May 15, 2017
Arizona Defense Attorneys Want Access To Victims And Their Families Regarding Death Sentence Holliday Moore May 09, 2017
Arizona Gov. Ducey Expected To Sign 2018 State Budget Without Democrat Support Holliday Moore May 08, 2017
Texas Passes Toughest Immigration Law Since Arizona's SB 1070 Holliday Moore May 08, 2017
Privacy Rights Argument Wins Arizona Gov. Ducey Signature On 'Smart' Gun Ban Holliday Moore April 19, 2017
Arizona GOP Supports Blocking Background Checks On Private Gun Sales KJZZ News April 18, 2017
Arizona Laws Aimed At Curbing Opioid Deaths Praised Holliday Moore April 18, 2017
Heat Stroke, Brain Damage Warnings As Weather Heats Up Holliday Moore April 17, 2017
Judge Orders Pecan Contractor Pay Nearly A Quarter Million For Children's Wages Holliday Moore April 13, 2017
US Senator Jeff Flake To Hold Town Hall In Mesa Holliday Moore April 13, 2017
Arizona Bill Protecting Off-Duty Officers Now On Governor's Desk Holliday Moore April 12, 2017

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