Kenny Goldberg covers health for KPBS.
Kenny reports on a wide range of health topics and has done international reporting on HIV and AIDS.
His radio and television work has garnered three Golden Mike awards, Best in Show from the Society of Professional Journalists, and numerous other honors. He has also been awarded fellowships from the New York Times Foundation and the National Press Foundation.
In addition to his work for KPBS, Kenny is a frequent contributor to the California Report, heard on public radio stations throughout California.
A Seattle native, Kenny graduated from the University of Washington, and began his broadcasting career in the news departments of KOGO and KSDO in San Diego.
In his spare time, Kenny loves to practice tai chi, hike, and travel with his wife, Angela.
The nation’s largest study of Latino health reveals most Hispanics have a high profile for heart disease.
A 71-year-old San Diego man has become the first in the nation to receive the world’s smallest implantable heart monitor.
Upset over their latest contract offer, more than 21,000 non-faculty union workers at University of California campuses are threatening to go out on strike next week.
One of the leading causes of death among children worldwide is creeping back into California. Fifteen Californians have come down with measles so far this year.