Nick Roman Host, All Things Considered
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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
California takes a small step toward reducing its inmate population and prison costs today. Prison officials will consider whether to grant “medical parole” to a paralyzed inmate.
A Los Angeles jury Thursday convicted a Ventura businessman for ordering his wife’s murder three years ago. The case revolves around divorce, greed and gold.
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors has voted to take direct control of a pair of problem departments - Probation and Children and Family Services. The two departments might be L.A. County government’s biggest headaches.
A Los Angeles judge has whittled down lawsuits by the parents of a mentally ill woman whose body was found in Malibu Canyon last summer. The parents are suing the L.A. County Sheriff’s Department for releasing their daughter despite her erratic behavior.
Bryan Stow is closer to home in the Bay Area. The San Francisco Giants fan who was badly beaten at Dodger Stadium was flown yesterday to a hospital in San Francisco for more care. His recovery is in its eighth week.
One judge will handle both lawsuits filed by Michael Jackson’s parents over their son’s overdose death two years ago.
The trial of the doctor charged in Michael Jackson’s death has been delayed until September. The Los Angeles judge in charge decided neither side was ready to go.
Basketball's Sacramento Kings will stay in their home city for at least another season.
New legal papers lay out a bizarre new story about Sirhan Sirhan’s role in the assassination of Robert Kennedy. The documents are part of filing from the attorneys trying to win Sirhan’s release after more than 40 years in prison.
Baseball commissioner Bud Selig has chosen the former president of the Texas Rangers to keep an eye on the daily business of the L.A. Dodgers. J. Thomas Schieffer is his name. Here's his resume.
Federal Homeland Security chief Janet Napolitano was in San Pedro Monday to tour the nation’s first center that trains cops to deal with terrorism risks at seaports.
Grocery store workers will vote next Wednesday whether to authorize a strike. They believe Albertsons, Ralphs and Vons are stalling negotiations. You may remember the last time we had a strike and lockout. It was October of 2003 – and it lasted more than four months.
The Southland’s top real estate research firm says the Southern California housing market was “a little less dysfunctional” in March. That’s about as good as it gets in the latest report from La Jolla-based DataQuick.
The Lakers beat the Sacramento Kings last night 116-108 in what may be the Kings’ final game in the state capitol. The Lakers now move into the playoffs and NBA owners will decide whether the Kings should move to Anaheim. Kobe Bryant scored 36 points last night on the heels of a $100,000 fine for a slur against a referee.
The 2011 baseball season is just a few hours away. Not in the U.S. but in Japan, where last month’s giant earthquake and tsunami delayed Opening Day for three weeks.