Holliday Moore is a native Arizonan and veteran journalist who joined KJZZ radio’s news team in January 2017. 

Moore graduated from Arizona State University with a degree in mass communications after studying under the Cronkite Journalism and W.P. Carey Business Management programs.  She spent nearly 20 years as a producer, reporter and anchor in television newsrooms and bureaus from California to Washington, D.C.

Extended family commitments in Arizona brought her back to Phoenix, where she covered legislative and court beats for ABC15. While there, her work earned the station a Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Television Political Journalism under the "Democracy Project," which she conceived and produced. The "Best Practices" program is now instituted at all Scripps’ affiliates nationwide.

Her television reports from sports to cultural issues earned her multiple Emmy and Associated Press nominations, including a regional Emmy for her Hopi Partition Land Act coverage. 

After starting a family and managing a media company, she jumped into radio for its flexibility a decade ago and found its form allowed her to delve deeper into the long-form storytelling format. Her work in radio has garnered multiple award nominations, including two Edward R. Murrow Awards for soft and hard news topics.

Moore now teaches the long-form storytelling to the next generation of reporters at ASU’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication. She enjoys being back home near childhood friends and sharing the beautiful Arizona desert with her husband and young son.  

Title Author Publication Date
Arizona Homeless Shelter Struggling To House And Hydrate During Heatwave Holliday Moore June 21, 2017
Extreme Heat Predicted To Hit Three-Quarters Of World By 2100 Holliday Moore June 21, 2017
Arizona Age Discrimination Case Ruling Could Clarify Cases Nationwide Holliday Moore June 20, 2017
Not Hot Enough To Break All-Time High In Phoenix, But Hot Enough Holliday Moore June 20, 2017
Weather Service: Phoenix Area Likely Won't Hit 120 Degrees Holliday Moore June 19, 2017
Arizona Supreme Court Will Decide On Two Words Impacting State Health Care Holliday Moore June 19, 2017
Extreme Heat Is Siren Call For World Tourists Ticking Off Bucket List Holliday Moore June 19, 2017
Zika Cases Down Across The U.S., But Summer's Just Begun Holliday Moore June 19, 2017
Arizona GOP Leaders Fighting Constitutional Hearing On Voter Initiative Restrictions Holliday Moore June 15, 2017
Arizona Gov. Ducey's Chief Of Ops Leaving To Oversee Environmental Protections For Trump Holliday Moore June 15, 2017
Gov. Ducey In DC Touting Arizona-Mexico Trade Relations Holliday Moore June 14, 2017
New Fire Restrictions In Coconino And Kaibab National Forests Holliday Moore June 14, 2017
9th Court Of Appeals Rules SRP Not Immune To Anti-Trust Lawsuits Holliday Moore June 13, 2017
Blue Cross Blue Shield And Ambetter To Stay In Arizona Through 2018 Holliday Moore June 13, 2017
Defender Of Arizona Public Education Funding Stepping Down Holliday Moore June 12, 2017
Phoenix Police Not Wearing Body Cameras While Moonlighting Holliday Moore June 12, 2017
UA Pharmacist Receives Grant To Track Opioid Use Patterns Holliday Moore June 08, 2017
U.S. Senate Sends House New Measure To Crackdown On Wait Times At VA Medical Centers Holliday Moore June 07, 2017
McCain Attending E-2 Summit In Utah, Trump Not Attending Holliday Moore June 07, 2017
Phoenix Makes Forbes' Top 25 List Of Best Cities For Young Professionals 2017 Holliday Moore June 07, 2017
Arizona Joins Over 40 States To 'Secure Your Load,' Keep Roadways Safe Holliday Moore June 06, 2017
ASU Researchers Search For Clues To Heart Health In Bolivian Jungle Holliday Moore June 06, 2017
Arizona Congressman Fights U.S. Fish And Wildlife Over Lake Havasu Wake Rule Holliday Moore June 05, 2017
Pima County Begins Texting While Driving Ban Holliday Moore June 01, 2017
Phoenix Public Pools Open For Summer, Offer Swim Classes For Children And Adults Holliday Moore June 01, 2017

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