Authors

Jennifer Hodges
Jennifer Hodges has worked in Bay Area radio for more than 30 years. Starting her career at KFRC (Magic 61) in the late 80’s, Jennifer decided fairly early on she wanted to do radio news. That led to a stint at CBS affiliate KNEW in Las Vegas as an Anchor and Reporter where she interviewed everyone...
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Jon Bristow
Jon came to KCBS Radio in 2016 after spending more than 25 years at KGO Radio as an award-winning news anchor and reporter. Born in Oakland, Jon has been fortunate enough to spend his entire radio career in the Bay Area. His first radio job came at age 17 at KZST in Santa Rosa, where the station...
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Carrie Hodousek
Carrie Hodousek joined KCBS Radio as a Reporter/Anchor in June 2018. She grew up in New Jersey in awe of the big voices she heard on the radio. At age 14, she decided she wanted to be one of those voices. Carrie's start in radio came in 2011 when she interned for KYW Newsradio 1060 in Philadelphia...
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 Scott Lettieri
Scott has been in radio most of his life, interviewing Wayne Gretzky as a junior in college.
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San Francisco
San Francisco-based field reporter Jenna Lane has been working since 2015 to earn her place among the legends at KCBS Radio. She grew up at KGO, when it was a powerhouse of news, talk and community service. Some of Jenna’s most memorable and award-winning breaking news stories have included the...
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Megan Goldsby
Megan Goldsby started working at KCBS in 2007 as a production assistant and went on to report at stations in Sacramento and Los Angeles before settling back into the Bay Area to report full time at KCBS. She hails from Humboldt County and is a graduate of San Francisco State University.
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Bradford Hornsby is an editor, music writer, web producer, and pop culture blogger for Entercom stations in the San Francisco Bay Area. Find him on Twitter at @bradfordhornsby .
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Sheryl Raines
Sheryl Raines
Afternoon traffic anchor Sheryl Raines is a Bay Area native who enjoys helping people navigate the region’s crowded roads and highways. Sheryl graduated from San Francisco State University with a major in broadcasting and, a minor in “trafficology.” She joined KCBS in 1990, earning her stripes...
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