Greta Mart

Radio/Print Reporter


Greta Mart

Radio news director at KRCB's newly-expanded newsroom broadcasting at 104.9 FM, covering California's Sonoma County.


Newscast: 04/28/2016

The Steward Road bridge will be closed starting April 29; possible alternative governance structures for the Alaska Marina Highway System; the new ferry reservations system goes into effect on May 1; the Aleutian communities of Akutan, False Pass and Sand Point are among thirteen communities to win a rural energy competition; the BeringWatch sentinel program is looking for a few good locals to serve as citizen scientists.

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, Apr. 12, 2016

Senate Finance Permanent Fund bills could lower dividends, stabilize budget; 2 hikers rescued from Kenai Peninsula Glacier; growing a modern workforce in Ketchikan; small capital budget keeps $32.5 for LIO purchase, no mega-projects or port; Delta cuts Juneau back to seasonal service; empty missile containers discovered near Southeast; Kenaitze Indian Tribe opens new elder center, expands campus in Old Town Kenai; Togiak tribe banishes Dillingham man for 10 years; Tustumena ferry sailings cancelled in May due to repairs.
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Greta Mart

As news director at KRCB, the NPR member station covering California's Sonoma County, Greta is the evening news anchor delivering local news during NPR's "All Things Considered." She leads a newsroom of three full-time reporters, stringers and interns.

From 2016 to 2021, Greta was news director at KCBX, covering Salinas to Santa Barbara. She produced and delivered the nightly newscasts, produced and interviewed newsmakers for a weekly news magazine and was responsible for local news content on the KCBX website, training interns and forging new partnerships with area and statewide news outlets.

Prior to joining KCBX, Greta served as acting news director, reporter and news anchor 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, Greta earned a master's degree from the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism.

Prior to attending the J-School and transitioning into public radio journalism, Greta was a newspaper reporter for over a decade. Port Townsend, WA is her hometown and she lives aboard her ’30 Catalina at the Berkeley Marina.