Inside The Home Offices Of KJZZ Reporters And Staff
So many Arizonans are now working from home amid concerns about the spread of the coronavirus — and KJZZ is, too!
Over the past couple of weeks, KJZZ and the Rio Salado College Division of Public Service have been transitioning to a nearly all-remote staff.
Our office space may have changed, but our mission hasn’t. Here's a look inside the home offices (and some new co-workers) that are churning out the news and information you need every day.
- KJZZ digital editor Tim Agne's kitchen-table setup.
- Morning Edition producer Bridget Dowd's studio is now a closet.
- Show producer Amanda Luberto with her co-worker, Jasper.
- Mark Brodie's “closet studio” where he hosts The Show and record interviews.
- Development digital editor Trevor Huxham's work-from-home setup includes Lobo the dog.
- Morning Edition producer Bridget Dowd's new co-workers.
- SPORT 127 instructor Rick Fowler working from home with top-notch support from his new favorite co-worker.
Rick Fowler/SPOT 127
- The “on air” sign Mark Brodie's wife made so his kids know when it’s safe to come visit.
- KJZZ producer and host Tiara Vian's home office, including her dog Diego.
- KJZZ's Laurel Morales has been recording in her closet since 2010.
- Division of Public Service assistant Vicki Witt's home work station and her best bud, Rocket Dog.
- Katie Davis-Young's new co-worker sleeps a lot.
- Arizona Science Desk editor Kerry Fehr Snyder's home office.
Kerry Fehr Snyder/KJZZ
- Michel Marizco with his new favorite co-worker.
- Phil Meyer, Friends of Public Radio Arizona executive director, in his home office.