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 revisits the story we aired last week about crossing the border into Canada and the help that local librarians give when navigating the ArriveCan app.
While we were cooped up in Covid lockdowns, birds in the cities and suburbs of the Pacific Northwest were spreading their wings! And in a new University of Washington paper, ornithologists suggest that birds like crows, hummingbirds, finches, and chickadees were using a wider variety of public spaces during the early days of the pandemic. Olivia Sanderfoot was the lead researcher on the study.
KUOW's Joshua McNichols joins Soundside to talk about the effect remote work is having on the Pacific Northwest video game industry.
According to Dr. Chantel Prat, "The point of the brain is to take in as much information in the world around the being that it's driving, and use this information to guide that being through life in a way that maximizes its success." But how individual brains work comes down to a fascinating combination of factors, with each person's experiences changing how they engage with the world.
KUOW Arts and Culture reporter Mike Davis joins Soundside to share his interview with Jamil Jude, director of Choir Boy at ACT Theater. Jude spoke about how he used staging and stylistic choices to shape the way teenagers attending the elite Black male prep academy, Charles R. Drew, were perceived by the audience.
The Mead School District in Spokane recently voted on policies banning "Critical Race Theory" and gender studies materials from libraries. Soundside host Libby Denkmann looks at the conversation surrounding these policies.
The day is finally approaching that people in West Seattle -- and those who want to get to West Seattle -- have been waiting for. After more than two and a half years, the West Seattle bridge reopens this Sunday.
Soundside producer Jason Burrows sits down with host Libby Denkmann to discuss the pros and cons of moving away from gas powered vehicles by 2035.
KUOW Reporter Kate Walters joins Soundside to get us up to speed on the new vaccine boosters that target Omicron variants.
Soundside producer Jason Burrows spent the weekend at PAX West 2022, wandering the exhibition floor, playing games, and reconnecting with friends. He brings us this snippet of how people feel about PAX.