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 20 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 15 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
Here’s something the Cincinnati Reds could have used last week before the Phillies’ Roy Halladay threw a no-hitter at ‘em: new research says a curveball doesn’t really curve!
The gold medal that led to the famous gloved fist protest at the 1968 Olympic Games is up for auction. Former San Jose State athlete Tommie Smith, who finished first in the 200-meter sprint, is selling the medal.
A new report on last year’s Station Fire says the U.S. Forest Service was slow to react because it was worried about spending money. The report comes from the Agriculture Department – which oversees the Forest Service. Italso comes a day before a congressional hearing in Pasadena on the Station Fire battle plan.
An L.A. jury will soon begin deliberations in the Anna Nicole Smith prescription drug trial. Two doctors and the model’s longtime companion are accused of writing phony prescriptions for her. Closing statements wrapped up yesterday.
A 13-year battle over which university gets to use the “SC” logo on apparel and other merchandise is over. KPCC’s Nick Roman says you’ll find the winner at Figueroa Street and Exposition Boulevard.
A sad anniversary in rock music history has just passed: it’s been 40 years since singer Janis Joplin died of a heroin overdose in a Hollywood hotel. KPCC’s Nick Roman says Joplin had stayed in Los Angeles to record what would be her greatest album – “Pearl.”
The Dodgers baseball season is over — and soon, the divorce case of Jamie and Frank McCourt will be, too. Testimony in the “who owns the Dodgers?” phase ended last week.
Governor Schwarzenegger is busy signing or vetoing hundreds of bills passed by the legislature this year. One bill he signed this week gives the green light to a project to speed up traffic on the 91 Freeway.
The Jamie and Frank McCourt divorce trial continues in L.A. today. Testimony has focused on just how worried Jamie McCourt was that owning the Dodgers might not work.
Summer’s over; now it’s time to clean up the beach.
Jurors yesterday heard closing statements in the murder trial of the man accused of driving drunk and causing the crash that killed Angel pitcher Nick Adenhart. The Santa Ana jury will make its decision soon. Prosecutors might have made a bigger decision long ago.
The Boston attorney who prepped the McCourts’ post-nuptial agreement began his testimony yesterday in the couple’s L.A. divorce trial. He's the attorney who set off a legal battle when he tried to fix an apparent mistake.
The “L.A. Times” says L.A. County may have found someone willing to take over the Department of Health Services. The job is maybe the toughest in county government.
The state of California wants to sell the Orange County Fairgrounds in Costa Mesa. But the board that runs the Fairgrounds says it’s not clear that the state actually owns it. The Fairgrounds board is sending the governor a letter about that today.
After a two-week break, the divorce trial of Frank and Jamie McCourt resumes this morning in a Los Angeles courtroom. This week should shed more light on which McCourt owns the Dodgers.