Madeleine Brand Age
Madeleine was born in Los Angeles, California. Information about her age will be updated as soon as possible.
Madeleine Brand Family
Madeleine experienced childhood in the Hollywood Hills area of Los Angeles and the San Francisco Bay region. She experienced childhood in the Hollywood Hills area of Los Angeles and the San Francisco Bay region.
Madeleine Brand Husband
She is married to Joe DeMarie. He is a film maker. The couple has two children together.
Madeleine Brand Height
She is 5 ft 8 in (approx. 1.73 m) tall.
Madeleine Brand Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of between $1 million and $5 million.
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Madeleine Brand Biography
Madeleine Brand is an American journalist and radio character. She is most popular for being the host of the news and culture show Press Play, on KCRW-FM (89.9), one of Los Angeles’ two National Public Radio (NPR) partners.
The show made its introduction in January 2014. Madeleine communicates from the cellar of the cafeteria of Santa Monica College. Madeleine went to the University of California, Berkeley.
She started her radio vocation on school radio broadcast KALX. In 1988 she acquired a B.A. in English, with distinction. Madeleine later got a graduate degree from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, where she later got back to show narrative radio.
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Madeleine at times fills in for long-lasting telecaster Warren Olney IV on his show To the Point on KPCC’s adversary, KCRW in the mid-year of 2013. Madeleine moved to KCRW in September 2013 and started to foster Press Play, which appeared in January 2014, turning into the principal new day-by-day program on KCRW since 2001. Press Play goes up against Larry Mantle’s AirTalk on KPCC.
The brand announced and anchored for NPR for a very long time at different partners the nation over KQED, San Francisco; WBUR, Boston; WBGO, Newark, and WBFO, Buffalo. She filled in as West Coast reporter and infrequent substitute host for Morning Edition and All Things Considered. In 2006, she started co-facilitating the radio newsmagazine program Day to Day with Alex Chadwick, which broadcast from NPR West studios in Los Angeles.
Madeleine turned into the host of the new day-by-day Southern California Public Radio program The Madeleine Brand Show, on the public radio broadcast KPCC in 2010 which circulated between 9 a.m. furthermore 11 a.m. Pacific time. The show was communicated from the Mohn Broadcast Center in Pasadena. It was famous for its initial 23 months, was the station’s most-paid attention to in-house program (with the most noteworthy Arbitron rankings), and won various radio news coverage grants.
Nonetheless, the show reached an “unexpected end” after KPCC combined Brand with long-lasting ESPN sports journalist A Martínez trying to draw in more Latino audience members and satisfy the prerequisites of a $6 million Corporation for Public Broadcasting award.
The matching of the two hosts, under the name Brand and Martínez, appeared on August 13, 2012, however, endured only four weeks and was a disappointment, partially in light of the fact that the two had met just two times before the program started. In September 2012 Madeline left the station and was supplanted by Alex Cohen (the show was renamed Take Two).
Before she joined NPR Madeline was momentarily at the Los Angeles public TV slot KCET as a unique supporter of the fifth period of SoCal Connected, facilitated by Val Zavala.