Currently the News Director at KCBX FM, NPR-affiliate station serving California's Central Coast; we cover Salinas to Santa Barbara. Prior to KCBX, I was acting news director/reporter at KUCB public radio, covering daily news in Unalaska and the Aleutian Islands.
As of Nov. 2016, Greta Mart is the news director at KCBX Central Coast public radio, covering Salinas to Santa Barbara. From Sept. 2015 to May 2016, Greta served as acting news director, reporter and news host at KUCB, a public radio station in Unalaska, Alaska, covering the Aleutian Islands. She's also worked as a public radio reporter in Sitka and Haines, Alaska. In May 2015, she earned a master's degree from the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism. Prior to attending the J-School to transition into public radio journalism, Greta was a newspaper reporter for over a decade. She considers Port Townsend, WA her hometown and when in the Bay Area lives aboard her ’30 Catalina at the Berkeley Marina. She's currently renting a cute studio in Morro Bay and commutes daily along beautiful Hwy. 1 to the KCBX station in San Luis Obispo.