I started my career in Cincinnati, Ohio where I was a traffic reporter by day and a volunteer public radio music host by night. Although I spent almost nine years in commercial radio, I have always had a passion for the creativity and intelligence of public broadcasting.
I moved to Colorado in 2009 from the San Bernardino/Riverside area of California where I served as Morning Edition host and reporter for an NPR member station. During my six years there I covered a broad variety of topics including healthcare, immigration and clean energy. In 2008 I was selected as a USC/Annenberg Health Journalism fellow, studying and reporting primarily on healthcare reform, domestic violence and health awareness media campaigns.
I graduated with a B.A. in Communication Studies from California State University, San Bernardino.
In my spare time I enjoy hiking, reading (science fiction or politics ââ¦ or just suggestions for your favorite things to do in Colorado!
Originally published on January 4, 2018 11:22 am Longtime NPR host Robert Siegel is retiring after 30 years as a co-host of All Things Considered. During his wide-ranging career, Siegel has covered some of the most historic events in modern U.S.
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