NPR Adds Tonya Mosley To Midday Program

Tonya Mosley joined KING 5 News in September of 2005. She moved to the Northwest from Louisville, Ky., where she worked as a reporter/fill-in anchor for the FOX affiliate.

Tonya’s earlier professional experiences include reporter/weekend anchor at NBC 33 in Fort Wayne, Ind., and behind the scenes as a producer in several markets including Columbia, Mo., Lansing, Flint, and Detroit, Mich. Most recently, Mosley worked at public radio station KQED, San Francisco.

Tonya Mosley has been selected as the third co-host of Here & Now, the weekday news and talk program distributed on more than 475 NPR stations nationwide. Mosley starts August 5 and will be based in Los Angeles. Mosley has been the Silicon Valley bureau chief for KQED. She is also the host of the new podcast Truth Be Told.
Prior to KQED, Mosley served as a senior reporter covering education for WBUR, Boston, and before that had been a television reporter and anchor for several media outlets, including Al Jazeera America.

WBUR Boston Press Release: A live production of NPR and WBUR Boston, in collaboration with public radio stations across the country, Here & Now reflects the fluid world of news as it’s happening in the middle of the day, with timely, smart, and in-depth news, interviews and conversation. Co-hosted by award-winning journalists Robin Young and Jeremy Hobson, the show’s daily lineup includes interviews with newsmakers, NPR reporters, editors and bloggers, innovators and artists from across the U.S. and around the globe. Here & Now began at WBUR in 1997, and expanded to two hours in partnership with NPR in 2013. Today, the show reaches 5.27 million weekly listeners on more than 475 station

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