Journalists’ Year End show

Three local journalists look back at the year’s top stories and make predictions about what might make big news in 2020. We’ll hear from Laurie Roberts of the Arizona Republic, Steve Goldstein of KJZZ, and Howard Fischer of Capitol Media Services.

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Laurie Roberts of the Arizona Republic
Steve Goldstein of KJZZ
Howard Fischer of Capitol Media Services

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