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Angie Coiro

Angie Coiro is an American talk radio host. She is host and senior producer of "LIVE FROM THE LEFT COAST with Angie Coiro" (formerly known as "The Green Show") on WPWC-AM We Act Radio in Washington, D.C. Prior to that, she was the host of Mother Jones Radio on Air America Radio. The program was broadcast every Sunday from 1-2pm EST until it was canceled in 2007. She is a founder and co-owner of Internet TV channel MixTV, based in Berkeley, CA.

Coiro began her broadcasting career in Indiana at WETL-FM, and continued at KGU-AM in Honolulu, eventually moving to San Francisco for an announcer stint at National Public Radio KALW-FM. In 1990 she moved to National Public Radio station KQED, reporting traffic, and filling in for Michael Krasny's show Forum on Fridays. Her show on KKGN was briefly canceled as of December 31, 2008. KKGN management would not comment on her departure. The show returned to Green 960 (KKGN) on March 30, 2009, as an independent production and was renamed as "LIVE FROM THE LEFT COAST with Angie Coiro" on June 9, 2009. It now runs from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM Eastern time, on Saturdays and Sundays. Coiro is noted for her upbeat and civil manner, even with combative guests.

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  • websiteMother Jones Radio
  • siteGreen 960
  • siteMixTV


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