Local L.A. News Anchor During NPR’s ‘Morning Edition’ for the Past 16 Years Dies at 57

Apr 25, 2016  •  Post A Comment

“KPCC radio news anchor Steve Julian has died from complications of brain cancer, the radio station announced Sunday,” reports mynewsLA.com.

The story continues, “Julian, 57, had anchored ‘Morning Edition’ on the NPR member station since 2000, doing local news and traffic inserts on the daily network feed on FM 89.3 in the Los Angeles area.”

The article adds, “’He was a singular talent,’ said his best friend, ‘KPCC Airtalk’ host Larry Mantle, on the station’s website. ‘The tone and richness of his voice perfectly conveyed the man behind it.’”

To read more about Julian please click on the link, above, which will take you to the original KPCC article.

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