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Tori Taylor has worked in media for nearly a decade, and has handled responsibilities spanning nearly every aspect of production, both on and off air.
Tori began her career as an on-air reporter for San Francisco’s NPR affiliate KQED, then moved to serve as a reporter and live solo morning news anchor (and board operator) at KPFA, the Bay Area Pacifica public radio affiliate. Her ongoing coverage of several events (gay marriage, the San Francisco mayoral race, the California gubernatorial recall election) aired nationally.
She left KPFA to join Current TV, where she worked for four years in various roles, including video editor, online content manager, and line producer. As a line producer at a start up, Tori designed, built, and implemented intra- and inter-departmental policy and procedure for three teams at Current — two of the station’s keynote franchise shows and the website content department. Tori also created, co-produces, and anchors Upside, a live, twice weekly, half hour newscast focused on positive news that airs on Comcast Hometown Network, a regional channel that reaches two million homes across Northern California.
Tori was a Public Policy Studies and Spanish major at Duke University, grew up in Hawaii, and now calls San Francisco home.