Nick Roman Host, All Things Considered
Nick Roman is KPCC's host of All Things Considered.
Roman has been a fixture in Southern California radio news for more than 30 years. From 1984-2004, he was the voice of news at KLON/KKJZ in Long Beach, serving as a producer, anchor, and news director. Along the way he helped create CALNET, a daily statewide news program, where he was a producer, news editor and host.
He's proud to have trained such accomplished journalists as Kitty Felde and Frank Stoltze. Roman has also worked for the past 25 years teaching broadcast journalism to students at Cal State Long Beach and Cal State Fullerton. His love of sports has led him to file numerous stories for NPR's "Only A Game."
Stories by Nick Roman
A second paramedic has testified that Michael Jackson’s doctor denied the entertainer was on medication – despite obvious evidence to the contrary. Los Angeles County prosecutors are laying out their case for involuntary manslaughter at the preliminary hearing for Dr. Conrad Murray.
Los Angeles County prosecutors questioned another of Michael Jackson’s employees yesterday about the day the pop singer died.
Los Angeles County prosecutors began laying out their case today against Michael Jackson's personal physician.
As Jerry Brown arrives in Sacramento, Arnold Schwarzenegger heads back to Los Angeles. Many have an opinion of the former movie star’s seven years as governor. Like his movie career, Schwarzenegger’s political achievements include hits and flops.
Governor Schwarzenegger, in one of his last acts as California’s chief executive, has revoked the parole granted a Costa Mesa dentist who killed three patients.
Today marks 30 years since the death of John Lennon. For every Beatles fan, the pain of that day endures. KPCC's Nick Roman spoke with a musician, a professor and a rock music historian who've held onto something more positive.
The Los Angeles judge that handled mediation talks in the Frank and Jamie McCourt divorce has declared an impasse. That means the judge in charge of the divorce trial will have to decide who owns the L.A. Dodgers. The case always seemed to be headed that way.
The Lakers play the Utah Jazz Friday night in Salt Lake City. You know the Lakers are led by Spaniard Pau Gasol – perhaps the greatest European basketball player ever. Utah is where U.S. fans cheered the first great player from Europe. He was born on this date 62 years ago.
Kamala Harris picked up more than 9,000 votes yesterday in the still-undecided race for California attorney general. The San Francisco district attorney now leads L.A. County’s DA, Steve Cooley, by nearly 52,000 votes.
The Pentagon struggled for days to come up with an answer. That left it up to a Santa Monica computer programmer with an interest in the weather to explain the “mystery missile” up in the sky on Monday night.
Nearly 50,000 people are homeless in Los Angeles County – a population that’s about the same size as Azusa. A new report by a task force commissioned by the United Way and the L.A. Chamber of Commerce says we can cut the number of homeless by 70 percent or more in only five years.
A Los Angeles judge Monday postponed the arraignment of two men charged in the fatal Halloween shooting of a five-year-old boy in his trick-or-treat costume. They’ll now be in court on Nov. 19 to enter pleas on murder charges. The suspects remain in custody on $4 million bail.
After 13 days, an L.A. jury has handed down a split decision in the trial of two doctors and Anna Nicole Smith’s longtime companion. Prosecutors accused them of getting phony painkiller prescriptions for the model and reality TV star.
The Lakers began a new season last night; they’re after their 17th NBA championship. The Texas Rangers begin the World Series tonight; they’re after their first championship. A Minnesota businessman links the Lakers and the Rangers.
The NBA champion Lakers opened the new season last night at Staples Center against the Houston Rockets. Coach Phil Jackson’s team is going for its third straight title. The Miami Heat with superstar LeBron James stands in the way. But the Lakers’ toughest opponent isn’t a team; it’s time.