Mark Duggan

Morning Edition Host

Mark Duggan is a Colorado native and has been a journalist and broadcaster for nearly 30 years. He cut his community radio teeth at Boulder's KGNU, doing news stories, hosting music shows and engineering live performances. He's also worked in Denver, Durango, Flagstaff and Albuquerque.

Most recently, he was a news reporter and documentary producer for the Tucson NPR station. His documentary "Re-enacting the Civil War in the Southwest" won a 2013 Edward R. Murrow Award for radio feature reporting.

Mark finds creative inspiration in expansive landscapes, rapidly changing weather conditions, food from local soil and toil, telescopes aimed at places he longs to visit, 4×4 trucks in compound low, pitcher’s duels, topo maps and fresh basil.

4:41 pm
Mon May 19, 2014

KSJD Airs Mental Health Series

Credit Joe Mahoney / Rocky Mountain PBS I-News

May is Mental Health Month. This week, we're taking a closer look at the costs of mental illness in Colorado, from both a health and financial standpoint.

The four-part series Untreated: How Ignoring Mental Illness Costs Us All, can be heard at 8:30am, on the KSJD Morning Zine.

The series is a reporting collaboration between Rocky Mountain PBS I-News, and public radio station KUNC in Greeley.

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