Joe currently lives in Albuquerque. He was a reporter for KBOO-FM Community Radio in Portland, Oregon and is currently working as a high school social studies and language arts teacher. Joe's interests include photography, writing, hiking, Oxford commas, good beer, and cycling. Joe dislikes cheap beer, poor grammar, clowns, and long walks on the beach.

Joe Day has been a reporter for 50 years - with newspapers in Milwaukee and Providence,  on  three television stations in Boston and New Mexico public television and now, happily, for KSFR News in Santa Fe.  Here he reports on events and issues of general interest, and especially pursues stories about the lives and thoughts of so-called "ordinary," non-famous people, believing that no one of us is truly ordinary. He defines reporting as finding out about things and telling others about them, but he knows well that it rarely is that simple.  He also has taught journalism at the University of New Mexico and the former College of Santa Fe.  He and his wife, Nancy, a painter and print-maker, moved to Santa Fe 21 years ago, and have no plans to leave.

Charles was born in New Mexico and graduated from the Albuquerque Academy. He received his B.S. in Psychology from T.C.U. and a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine and Surgery from the Western University of Health Sciences in Pomona Ca. Following post graduate training he practiced in a variety of settings including as the only doctor in a small town, as a full time

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Bill Moyers, KSFR, KPBS vs Federal Court

PBS commentator Bill Moyers on the decision by a federal appeals court that could open the door to political advertising on some public broadcasting stations. Moyers credits KSFR, Santa Fe Public Radio, and KPBS, San Diego Public TV, for opposing the decision.