Jeff Rogers

Producer, 'Left, Right & Center'

KCRW Staff/Producer

Jeff Rogers has 20 years of experience in public radio, working as a producer, editor and director for National Public Radio's flagship news program, All Things Considered, and serving as the Executive Producer of NPR's midday news magazine, Day to Day. He has reported on many major domestic and international events for NPR News, including the school shootings in Columbine, the spreading influence of the Taliban across Afghanistan's borders, the nation's crystal meth epidemic, and the disputed results of the 2000 presidential election. His work during September 11 and its aftermath was part of coverage that earned NPR News a George Foster Peabody Award. In 1999, he was among the NPR News team reporting on the fighting in Kosovo, winning an Overseas Press Club Award. He won another Peabody Award as the supervising editor and senior producer of "The NPR 100," a series of reports on the most significant American musical works of the 20th century. He has lived in Los Angeles for six years.

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The backlash against Obama on the left and the tepid support for Romney would seem to make this a fine time for an independent party to emerge. But it's also the year of...

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