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
Soundside host Libby Denkmann sits down with correspondent Tom Banse to talk about the finances behind replacing Washington's "other" ferries.
Soundside host Libby Denkmann spoke with Bloomberg News Tech Reporter Dina Bass about last week's Xbox business update and the future of games exclusivity.
Soundside host Libby Denkmann talks with Seattle Times food writer Jackie Varriano about Seattle's new minimum wage, and how it affects restaurant owners, employees, and customers.
Did your Seattle rent just go up, by a lot? The city's relocation assistance program might be able to help
Soundside producer Jason Burrows sits down with host Mike Davis to talk about Seattle's Economic Displacement Relocation Assistance program.
Woo told KUOW's Libby Denkmann she is open to progressive revenue options but that imposing additional taxes "should be a last resort."
Seattle Times reporter Paul Roberts joins Soundside to talk about WA State Attorney General Bob Ferguson's lawsuit aiming to block the merger between Kroger & Albertsons.
SeattleSports.com's Stacy Rost joins Soundside to talk about the abrupt departure of Pete Carroll as head coach of the Seattle Seahawks.
Lookout Landing Editor-in-Chief Kate Preusser joins Soundside to talk about the off season moves being made by the Seattle Mariners & the overwhelmingly negative reactions from fans.
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.