Matt Bunk – Legislative Watch

Matt Bunk is the Managing Editor of the Arizona Capitol Times. He leads a six-person newsroom dedicated to providing the most updated, informed and accurate news on state government, the Capitol community, upcoming events and elections. He also oversees a handful of Arizona State University journalism students who work as newsroom interns. Matt is an accomplished journalist, having won state awards in North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, California and Arizona. His background in multimedia journalism began while covering the Bay Area economy, public companies and the energy industry for the Oakland Tribune and ANG Newspapers. Before joining the Arizona Capitol Times in December, Matt was an assistant metro editor in charge of government coverage at the East Valley Tribune. Matt also serves on the board of directors for the Arizona First Amendment Coalition and the Arizona Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists.

matt.bunk@azcapitoltimes.com

602-889-7132

September 4, 2008 – Reporting live from Republican National Convention. Listen here.

Matt Bunk is the Managing Editor of the Arizona Capitol Times and one of our Headliners on our radio shows. Matt always has good information for us about the Arizona political scene and how it relates to the national goings on.

Matt was with us live on the phone from both the Democratic and Republican conventions. He was in the studio with us after the elections as well, and we talked about the ramifications of the election results for Arizona.

Below are audio clips of the convention shows and the post convention show that was streamed live via a web cam to Ustream.tv. Enjoy them all.

September 4, 2008 – Reporting live from Republican National Convention. Listen here.

October 11, 2008 – Discussing upcoming general election and local races.

November 14, 2008 – Discussion on Pathways to Wisdom: the election results and ramifications for Arizona.

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