Jason Pagano

Producer

Jason Pagano is a producer at KUOW, where he works behind the scenes to bring you interviews, news coverage and KUOW’s Week in Review. He’s also worked on KUOW’s Weekday and The Conversation. Before radio, he covered A&E at Seattle alternative weekly The Stranger, polished copy at a Philadelphia ad agency and hung about in a TV studio as much as he could at Seattle’s PBS station. Happy to be from New Jersey but living in Seattle, Jason is a graduate of Rutgers University.

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Amazon shipping box
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Marcie Sillman rounds up the latest in Seattle-area tech news with Geekwire's Todd Bishop, including Amazon's new same-day delivery for customers in certain areas.

Marcie Sillman talks with Seattle-area author Bev Harris about finding out that her 2004 book, "Black Box Voting: Ballot Tampering in the 21st Century," was among those listed in a declassified government document called "Bin Laden's Bookshelf."

Los Angeles
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Marcie Sillman talks with David Rolf of Service Employee's International Union 775 about Los Angeles' move to become the latest and largest American city to bump its minimum wage to $15 an hour.

food delivery
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Marcie Sillman talks to Todd Bishop of Geekwire about their investigation into the practices of the online restaurant delivery service OrderAhead. 

Jim Willard, Juan Manel and Leobardo Magana worked to adjust irrigation systems for the short water year on a farm outside of Prosser, Wash.
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Bill Radke talks with reporter Anna King of the Northwest News Network about how farmers in Central Washington are struggling to save water during an extended drought.

A filming of the show "IN Close" last year. Due to recent changes, the show will switch from a 30 minute broadcast to shorter, online stories.
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Ross Reynolds talks with KCTS president and CEO Rob Dunlop about the Seattle PBS affiliate's plan to cut its TV production staff and focus on telling stories online.

Microsoft Windows 10
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Marcie Sillman talks with Geekwire's Todd Bishop about Microsoft's pitch to get software developers on board with Windows 10.

In this photo provided by Azim Afif a man approaches the scene after an avalanche triggered by a massive earthquake swept across Everest Base Camp, Nepal on Saturday, April 25, 2015.
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Bill Radke talks with Kurt Hunter of Seattle's Madison Mountaineering. Their team of 15 climbers were near Mount Everest's Camp 2 when the earthquake struck, sending an avalanche that killed a base camp medic.

The Washington state Capitol in Olympia.
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State lawmakers are supposed to finish up their work for the year by Sunday. But with budget negotiations stalled, Gov. Jay Inslee says it looks like this year's legislative session will again take extra time. Kim Malcolm talks with KUOW's Olympia correspondent Austin Jenkins.

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Marcie Sillman talks with Estevan Munoz-Howard of Honest Elections Seattle about Seattle Initiative 122. If it makes the November ballot, voters would be asked to approve a property tax hike to pay for an election reform package that includes giving voters vouchers worth $100 to donate to their favorite candidates.

The space shuttle twin solid rocket boosters separate from the orbiter and land in the ocean, where they are collected for reuse by NASA.
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Marcie Sillman talks with Geekwire's Todd Bishop about the latest frontier in the race between space entrepreneurs Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos: landing a rocket on a floating barge in the open ocean.

The Holocaust memorial in Berlin.
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Marcie Sillman speaks with 89-year-old Holocaust survivor Sonia Warshawski and her granddaughter, Seattle-based filmmaker Leah Warshawski.

Marcie Sillman talks with Houston Chronicle energy policy reporter Jennifer Dlouhy about Shell's plans to explore Arctic oil and gas drilling this summer.

Who'll replace former Seattle City Council member Sally Clark?
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  Marcie Sillman talks with nine-year Seattle City Council veteran Sally Clark, who is leaving government for a job at the University of Washington.

Seattle City Council
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Marcie Sillman talks with KCPQ political analyst C.R. Douglas about how the Seattle City Council will fill the open seat created by outgoing Councilmember Sally Clark.

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