About Judy Campbell
CAMPBELL, JUDY is a producer for Forum, a daily 2-hour talk show on KQED public radio, San Francisco's NPR affiliate. She moved into this position in late May after six years as a reporter and frequent anchor in KQED's newsroom. As a reporter, she specialized in criminal justice and urban issues, particularly focusing on California's overcrowded and dangerous prison system. Recently, she hosted the Forum’s special coverage of the Olympic Torch's chaotic route through San Francisco and the California Supreme Court's historic decision that overturned the state's ban on gay marriage. Campbell switched jobs to produce this talk show because she’s interested in bringing more sound and reporting to a show that covers a wide and exciting breadth of topics. In addition, KQED is now focused on increasing community engagement, beginning primarily with the Forum show. She is very excited to be part of that, and eager to learn new multimedia skills to help in that goal. She lives in Oakland with her husband Cary and their overly anthropomorphized dog, Alan.
- Was accepted for Jun 08-13 2008 Multimedia Training.
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Content on this site written by Judy Campbell (includes contributory writing):
- An Oasis of Biofuel
- Amid growing environmental concerns, the women who own and work at BioFuel Oasis are making it easier for people to make the transition to an alternative fuel source. The cooperative ...