Jason M Burrows is part of the Production Team on Soundside, and takes on announcing duties when needed.
He got his start onboard the USS Abraham Lincoln volunteering for the ship's KRUZ-FM, then spent 15 years as the "Jack of all Trades" at 96.5 Jack-FM.
Professional Affiliations: Military Veterans in Journalism
If you’re in the Pacific Northwest right now, it’s cold outside. There’s frost on the ground in the morning — sometimes a freezing mist in the air. And lately, very little rain. Winter doesn’t technically start for another three weeks. But if this is all feeling off to you, you may need to prepare for more weirdness; it’s an El Niño year.
Typically, a major construction project in Seattle requires a city permit. Changes to a park would have you wading into the political process – maybe lobbying your city council member or the mayor. But beavers can’t be bothered with land use applications.
In the spirit of thankfulness, we're revisiting some of our favorite segments from over the last year, and the hardworking producers who make Soundside are making the picks. Today, producer Jason Burrows chose some of his favorite episodes that he worked on during this past year.
Seattle Times reporters Isabella Breda & Manuel Villa talk with Soundside about PFAS chemicals in the drinking water near the city of Spokane.
KUOW Arts and Culture reporter Mike Davis sits down with the hosts of the new podcast "TEXT ME BACK" to find out why they decided to record the conversations that usually take place via text!
Soundside host Libby Denkmann chats about horror movies & what makes them so much fun with Make Believe Film Festival founder Billy Ray Brewton
City Councilmember Tammy Morales and her challenger Tanya Woo sometimes agree on how to tackle the biggest problems Seattle voters are talking about this year, including crime, drugs, and homelessness. But more often, the two disagree — and that political tension was on full display at a recent live candidate debate at KUOW.
Seattle City Council incumbent Andrew Lewis (District 7) faced challenger and Navy veteran Bob Kettle in a blisteringly fast-paced candidate event at KUOW, which zeroed in on public safety.
Soundside host Libby Denkmann talks with comedians who have Washington state connections, Rohini Jayanthi and Sam Miller, along with Tasveer executive director Rita Meher about the recent controversy surrounding Hasan Minhaj and his latest comedy special.
KUOW Arts and Culture Reporter Mike Davis sits down with Jas Keimig and Chase Burns of "Unstreamable" to talk about the new movie, "Bottoms."