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Matthew Yglesias
Senior correspondent at Vox; former business and economics correspondent for Slate.com
Matthew Yi
Capitol Bureau reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle
Milo Yiannopoulos
Founder and editor of the online tech magazine, The Kernel
Vern Yip
Interior designer, author of 'Vern Yip's Design Wise: Your Smart Guide to a Beautiful Home'
Yo La Tengo
American indie rock band
Yo-Yo Ma and the Silk Road Ensemble
Yo-Yo Ma and the Silk Road Ensemble travel through their musical landscape on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am. Click Here to Watch!
Dwight Yoakam
American singer-songwriter, actor and film director
Steve Yoder
Contributor to The Fiscal Times ; his work includes the article "How Online Dating Became a $2 Billion Industry"
Patrick Yoest
Congressional reporter for Dow Jones Newswires and the Wall Street Journal ; former reporter for Congressional Quarterly
Emily Yoffe
Contributing writer for Slate.com
Eric Yoffie
Rabbi, and President of the Union for Reform Judaism
Ted Yoho
Republican congressman representing Florida's 3rd District
Stephanie Yonekura
acting U.S. Attorney for Los Angeles.
Ed Yong
Staff writer for the Atlantic where he covers science; former writer for National Geographic's 'Not Exactly Rocket Science' blog
Grace Yoo
Koreatown activist and attorney; former Executive Director of the Korean American Coalition
John Yoo
Law Professor at the University of California at Berkeley; Deputy Assistant Attorney General during the George W. Bush Administration
Art Yoon
Executive Vice President of Film L.A.
Hanna Yoon
Attorney and outgoing president of the Korean-American Democratic Committee; first-time delegate to the 2012 Democratic National Convention representing the 34th Congressional District
Sangwon Yoon
Diplomatic Correspondent covering the United Nations for Bloomberg News
Anthony York
Editor and publisher of the "Grizzly Bear Project," a journalism project dedicated to California politics and policy
Arnold York
Publisher of the Malibu Times
Byron York
Chief political correspondent at the Washington Examiner and a contributor to Fox News
Geoffrey York
Africa Bureau Chief at The Globe and Mail
Jillian York
Director for International Freedom of Expression at the Electronic Freedom Foundation, that’s a nonprofit organization defending civil liberties in the digital world.
Emily Yoshida
Pop culture editor for Grantland.com
Graham Yost
Television writer, producer and director
Jeremy Youde
Associate professor of political science and department head University of Minnesota Duluth; author of Global Health Governance
Soo Ah Youn
Freelance reporter covering Hollywood
Young Fathers
Hip hop and pop group
Robert Young Pelton
Author and documentary filmmaker who spent three years living and traveling with security contractors and mercenaries while researching the book Licensed to Kill : Hired Guns in the War on Terror; president of IraqSlogger.com
Al Young
Poet Laureate Emeritus of California, he's also a novelist, musician and teacher
Alison Young
Investigative reporter for the USA Today Network
Caprice Young
CEO of Magnolia Public Schools; founding CEO and former president of the California Charter School Association; former interim CEO of the Inner City Education Foundation Public Schools; former president of the Los Angeles Board of Education (2001-2003) member
Cathy Young
Contributing Editor for Reason, a libertarian monthly magazine about politics and culture
Cliff Young
Owner of Missouri Pool Service, based in Columbia Missouri
Elliott Young
Professor of History and Director of Ethnic Studies at Lewis and Clark College.
Jeff Young
Deputy Director of the Department of General Services for the State of California
Jeffrey Young
Senior reporter for the Huffington Post, covering healthcare and politics; former healthcare reporter for The Hill
John Sacret Young
Co-creator and Executive Producer of the emmy-award winning series China Beach , and writer of Testament and Romero
Lisa Young
Professor of Political Science at the University of Calgary in Alberta, Canada
Michael Young
Opinion Editor for the Daily Star , an English-language newspaper in Beirut, Lebanon and Contributing Editor at Reason magazine in the US; author of The Ghosts of Martyrs Square : An Eyewitness Account of Lebanon’s Life Struggle
Robert Young
Coastal geologist who directs the Program for the Study of Developed Shorelines at Western Carolina University; co-author of The Rising Sea
Samantha Young
Contributor to CalMatters
Stanley Young
Spokesman for the California Air Resources Board
Stephen Young
Former US Consul General in Hong Kong; former Director of the American Institute in Taiwan
Toby Young
British journalist, author of “How to Los Friends and Alienate People” and “The Sound of No Hands Clapping.” He is also a judge on “Top Chef.”
Wendy Young
President of Kids in Need of Defense, a nonprofit organization that facilitates legal representation of unaccompanied immigrant children; former coordinator for US government relations for the UN High Commissioner for Refugees
Donny Youngblood
Sheriff of Kern County
Ben Younger
American screenwriter and film director
Ahmed Younis
Senior analyst with the Gallup Center for Muslim Studies
Mohamed Younis
Senior analyst at Gallup Polls, focusing on Muslim public opinion
Rochdi Younsi
Director for the Middle East and Africa Practice of the Eurasia Group, a political risk consultancy firm based in Washington, DC
Bassem Youssef
Comedian, political satirist and author
Nabih Youssef
Principal of Nabih Youssef Associates , a structural engineering firm with three locations in California
Nancy Youssef
Egyptian-American journalist and chief Pentagon correspondent and former Baghdad Bureau for McClatchy News Service
Charles Yu
American novelist
George Yu
Executive Director and Vice President of the Chinatown Business Improvement District
Harlan Yu
Technologist at Upturn, a nonprofit that looks at technology and policy
Jerry Yu
Former Executive Director of the Korean-American Coalition (1992), a community organization based in Koreatown; on staff at California State University, Fullerton
Mark Yudof
President of the University of California
Laura Yuen
Reporter for Minnesota Public Radio, where she reports on race, ethnicity and the immigrant experience
Jennifer Yuh Nelson
Korean-American film director
Tom Yulsman
Associate Professor at the University of Colorado's School of Journalism and Mass Communication and co-director of its Center for Environmental Journalism
Philip Yun
Executive director of Ploughshares Fund; former senior adviser on North Korea under President Bill Clinton
Yuna
Moniker of Malaysian singer-songwriter Yunalis Zarai
Moeed Yusuf
South Asia adviser at the US Institute of Peace in Washington, DC
Rahimullah Yusufzai
Executive Editor of The News International , an English newspaper based in Peshawar, northwestern Pakistan near the Afghan border; correspondent for the BBC , ABC , and Time
Johnny Yutronich
Twenty-six year Building and Safety staffer who heads the Municipal Construction Inspectors Association
Z-Trip
Esteemed deejay Z-Trip mans the turntables on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.
Tim Zaal
One of the subjects of the Oscar-nominated short documentary  Facing Fear . He was one of Matthew Boger's assailants.
Rania Zabaneh
Palestinian journalist based in Ramallah
Narda Zacchino
Senior fellow at the USC Annenberg Center on Communication Leadership & Policy; co-founder of Time Capsule Press; former deputy editor at the San Francisco Chronicle; 30-year veteran of the Los Angeles Times, she launched the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books
Carol Zachery
Resident of Washington, DC and a former volunteer for Barack Obama 's presidential campaign
Mooj Zadie
Producer
Jeremiah Zagar
Director of Captivated: The Trials of Pamela Smart
Andrew Zago
Los Angeles-based architect and member of the Design faculty at the Southern California Institute of Architecture; native of Detroit, Michigan and designer of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Detroit
Adam Zagorin
Contributor and former senior correspondent in Washington for Time magazine; journalist in residence at the Project on Government Oversight, a nonprofit, independent watchdog group in Washington, DC 
Matthew Zahn
Medical Director for Epidemiology at the Orange County Health Care Agency
Diana Zahn-Story
Executive Producer of the Independent Spirit Awards
Sarah Zahng
Dave Zahniser
Reporter for LA Times
David Zahniser
Staff writer for the Los Angeles Times covering City Hall; former staff writer for the LA Weekly
Dan Zak
Reporter at the Washington Post
Fareed Zakaria
Editor of Newsweek International and author of The Post-American World
Rafia Zakaria
Columnist for Al Jazeera
Haily Zaki
Publicist for design firms and events at Secret Agent PR ; co-founder of  design east of La Brea , an organization that produces design events in Los Angeles
Irwin Zalkin
One of the lead trial lawyers that was prepared to start a 14-victim trial against the Catholic Archbishop of Los Angeles the day the $600 million global settlement was reached in 2007, he still has one active case against the archdiocese
Lisa Zamosky
Health reform expert and blogger with WebMD, she’s also a columnist who writes a consumer health column for the Los Angeles Times ; author of  Healthcare, Insurance, and You : The Savvy Consumer’s Guide
Mark Zandi
Chief economist at Moody's Analytics and author of 'Financial Shock: Global Panic and Government Bailouts -- How We Got Here and What Must Be Done to Fix It;' advisor to John McCain 's 2008 presidential campaign
Denny Zane
Executive Director of Move LA; former mayor of Santa Monica
Warren Zanes
Larry Zanoff
Manager of the weapons department at Independent Studio Services , a prop house in Sunland, California
Dean Zanuck
Producer whose latest film is Get Low, starring Robert Duvall, Bill Murray and Sissy Spacek; son of producer Richard D. Zanuck and the grandson of movie mogul Darryl F. Zanuck
Dick Zanuck
Veteran producer of films like Driving Ms. Daisy, Road to Perdition and The Book of Eli.  Two of his recent movies, Clash of the Titans and Alice in Wonderland, topped the box office in recent weeks.  Both were 3-D, but only one was planned that way from the start
Zap Mama
Zap Mama, sing their own brand of mostly accapella World music with a little instrumentation when they perform on Morning Becomes Eclectic at 11:15am.
Mike Zapler
Deputy Congressional Editor at Politico; former political correspondent for the San Jose Mercury News
Matt Zapotosky
National security reporter for the Washington Post
Matthew Zapruder
American author, poet , editor and translator
Juan Zarate
Senior advisor at the Center for Strategic and International Studies.
Patricia Zarate
Chef at Homegirl Café, the Homebody Industries restaurant in LA's Chinatown, where she mentors and trains young women who are leaving gang life behind
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