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  • Bente Birkeland has covered Colorado politics and government since spring of 2006. She loves the variety and challenge of the state capitol...

  • Announcer

    Year started with KUOW: 2006

    Bernard got his start in radio as a music DJ at KBCS in Bellevue, Washington. He has also worked as an announcer for KUOW2, and has been an announcer for KUOW since 2006.

  • Beth Redfield lives in Olympia, Washington, and spent one year learning her way around milking parlors and cheese rooms at farms in Thurston and Grays Harbor Counties.

  • Bill Chappell is a writer and producer who currently works on The Two Way, NPR's flagship news portal. In the past, he has edited and coordinated digital features...

  • Bill McQuay is an audio producer with the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. For fifteen years McQuay was an NPR sound engineer and technical director for NPR programs including Morning Edition, Weekend Saturday and Sunday,

  • Announcer

    Year started with KUOW: 1986

    Bill O'Grady is at the microphone Monday through Friday evenings. He also voices the underwriting announcements heard throughout the day (the ones that begin, "Support for KUOW comes from..."). As senior...

  • Host

    Year started with KUOW: 1985 – 1986, 1991 – 2004, 2012 

    Bill hosts The Record and Week In Review. After starting with KUOW as a University of Washington student in 1985, Bill was KUOW's morning host in the '90s and the...

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  • Bill Zeeble has been a full-time reporter at KERA since 1992, covering everything from medicine to the Mavericks and education to environmental issues. Heâââ

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  • In 1988, a determined Bob Boilen started showing up on NPR's doorstep every day, looking for a way to contribute his skills in music and broadcasting to the network. His persistence paid off, and within a few weeks he was hired, on a temporary...

  • Bob Mondello, who jokes that he was a jinx at the beginning of his critical career, "hired to write for every small paper in Washington, D.C., just as it was about to fold," saw that jink broken in 1984, when he came to NPR.

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