Brad is an L.A.-based investigative journalist/blogger, political commentator, broadcaster, author, Commonweal Institute Fellow, and the Publisher and Executive Editor of The BRAD BLOG (http://Bradblog.com), which Brit Hume of Fox “News” has described as “popular”. (For somewhat more effusive testimonials, see below.)
As a writer, he has been a regular contributor to Salon, National Memo, The Progressive, Truthout and Trial Lawyer Magazine. He’s written for Mother Jones, The Guardian in the UK, Slate, Huffington Post, AlterNet, Editor & Publisher, ComputerWorld, Columbus Free Press, Harvard’s Nieman Foundation of Journalism, Hustler and many other non-pornographic publications and websites. Links to many of his articles and editorials at those publications and elsewhere can be found here.
On radio, after five years as the regular fill-in host for the nationally syndicated Mike Malloy Show, he now hosts host’s the nationally (and internationally) syndicated program The BradCast each weekday. It’s heard on flagship affiliate Pacifica Radio’s KPFK and many other terrestrial air stations and Internet outlets around the world.
Bluegrass by the Sea with Chip Russell Born And Raised In Virginia, He Grew Up With A Love Of Acoustic Music. After 12 Years Of Appearing On Portland’s KBOO Radio Program, Music From The True Vine, Chip Russell (Uncle Chippy) Brings His Love Of Bluegrass And Old-Time Music To KYAQ And Lincoln County. The Show Will Delve Into The History Of The Music By Presenting Live Archival Recordings Tied Into Background Info On The Bands And Performers.
The Laura Flanders Show brings in-depth discussion about racial, gender, economic, and environmental justice to public television and radio. Every week, award-winning journalist Laura Flanders invites activists, artists, journalists, scholars, and impacted community members into conversation about the strategies they’re using to build a better future.