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Dwane Brown

KPBS Evening Edition Anchor/Reporter

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Dwane Brown is a multimedia news professional and one of the first broadcasters to provide video interviews on the Web back in 1999. Working as a business correspondent and news anchor, he interviewed hundreds of chief executives at investment and Internet conferences across the country, reporting on the dotcom boom and bust in 2001.

Brown started his career with KPBS in the early '90s as a radio anchor and reporter. During his absence from San Diego, Brown furthered his broadcast news experience at CBS radio and television in New York. He’s also been a news director, anchor, reporter and correspondent in San Francisco. He has worked as a writer, producer, assignment editor and talk show host. He returned to KPBS in 2005.

In his role at KPBS, Brown writes, produces and edits a daily news story for TV, radio, and the Web. He anchors KPBS Evening Edition, providing an in-depth look at issues and stories relevant to San Diego. He spent nearly seven years as anchor/host of Morning Edition on KPBS Radio.

For five years in a row, between 2006 and 2010, the San Diego Press Club named Brown "Best Morning Newscaster" in San Diego Radio. In 2006, the Society of Professional Journalists also named him "Best Morning Newscaster." During that time he managed and taught a two-week high school boot camp for aspiring radio reporters at KPBS in conjunction with the California Chicano News Media Association.

Brown studied English/Journalism at San Diego State University and is a Fast Trac graduate from UC Berkeley's Haas School of Business.

He’s a popular public speaker and Toastmaster International member. He’s been master of ceremonies for the American Red Cross, VA Medical Center San Diego, Urban League, San Diego Office of Emergency Services and numerous foundations. Brown is also a voice actor providing his smooth, low voice for movie, documentary, television, radio and Internet projects.

Recent Stories

Salk Institute Open This Weekend For Look At Research

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On Saturday the Salk Institute in La Jolla will open its doors to the public to tour science labs, talk with researchers and participate in science projects.

San Diego Opera Workers Ask City Council To Help Save Institution

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About 50 employees of the San Diego Opera called Tuesday on the City Council to help them save the 49-year-old institution.

San Diego County Sheriff's Department Targets Distracted Drivers

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To mark National Distracted Driving Awareness Month in April, sheriff's deputies will have a zero-tolerance policy for drivers using their cellphones.

Moon Jellyfish And The Stingray Shuffle At Living Coast Discovery Center

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KPBS Evening Edition anchor Dwane Brown meets some of the aquatic animals found in "Our Wild San Diego."

Sharp Hospital Raises Awareness Of Need For Organ Donors

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April is national Donate Life Month, and Sharp Memorial Hospital in Kearny Mesa is raising awareness of the need for organ donors who can save lives.

Group Opposes Expansion Of Donovan Prison

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A coalition of state and local groups gathered in downtown San Diego on Wednesday to protest prison overcrowding and the expansion of Donovan state prison in Otay Mesa.

Success In March Madness Raises SDSU's Profile

San Diego State's men's basketball team has made it to the "Sweet 16" in the NCAA tournament, bringing the university into the national spotlight.

Feds To Investigate Misconduct By San Diego Police Officers

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Federal and local agencies are conducting investigations into charges of police misconduct in the San Diego Police Department.

New Butterfly Pavilion Opens At Water Conservation Garden In El Cajon

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The 150 species of butterflies in San Diego County certainly are lovely to look at, but they also perform a vital function by providing a major food source for humans and wildlife.

Mesa College Opens New $109M Math And Science Complex

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The 206,000-square-foot building is the largest project completed as part of San Diego Community College District's $1.55 billion Propositions S and N construction bond program, according to district officials.

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