Speaker - Doug Sovern

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Doug Sovern began his career as a copy boy at the New York Times, and then moved to California to play in a rock band. After hundreds of gigs and one indie album failed to make him a rock star, Doug returned to journalism, working for Associated Press Radio and San Francisco station K-101.

He worked briefly at KGO before joining KCBS in 1990. Sovern has won more than 125 broadcast journalism awards, including national honors from the Society of Professional Journalists, the RTNDA/Edward R. Murrow awards, and the National Headliner Awards. He was the first three-time winner of the AP's Reporter of the Year Award for California/Nevada, honored in 1999, 2003 and 2004.

4 Programs

Newspapers are Dead. Now What?

06.29.09 | 01:03:35 min | 5 comments

The Electoral College and National Popular Vote

10.24.08 | 01:05:15 min | 2 comments

The Future of Health Care: The Candidates' Plans

09.16.08 | 01:05:41 min | 1 comment

Josh Wolf: Freedom of the Blog

11.01.07 | 01:07:48 min | 1 comment