How social media's intersection with politics has created a situation akin to war.
Marcus Charleston is an award-winning public radio producer and writer who joined KJZZ in May 2017. He has spent a large part of his career producing daily public affairs programming for the leading public broadcasters in Philadelphia, Baltimore and Pittsburgh. His work has also been heard on the BBC, CBC and CBS Radio.
In addition to his broadcast work, Charleston is a freelance writer. His articles have appeared in a number of magazines, including Men’s Health, Main Line Today, Baltimore, Pittsburgh and Urbanite.
A native of central New York, Charleston received his bachelor’s degree in communications/liberal arts and master’s degree in student personnel services from Rowan University in New Jersey. Prior to his career in journalism, he worked in higher education, retail management and factory work. His interests include health and fitness, travel and reading.
|Researchers Using CA Wildfire Twitter Posts For Data||Marcus Charleston||Aug. 16, 2018|
|Why Do We Have So Many Weird Holidays?||Marcus Charleston, Steve Goldstein, Mark Brodie||Aug. 10, 2018|
|Monsoon Driving Snakes To Hide In Your Backyard||Marcus Charleston||Jul. 26, 2018|
|What Your College Major Says About Your Health||Marcus Charleston||Jun. 7, 2018|
|Why Have Naturalization Applications Increased In Arizona?||Marcus Charleston||Dec. 7, 2017|
|Christian-Themed Films Find Traction With Niche Audience||Marcus Charleston||Dec. 1, 2017|