Bob  Brill

Bob Brill

Bob Brill, award-winning journalist and broadcaster, is the author of Tales of My Baseball Youth: A Child of the 60's (a memoir), Al Kabul: Home Grown Terrorist (a novel), and many other books. (, Bob began a radio career in 1972 and worked all over the western US, several times in the LA market. He's currently a news anchor at CBS Radio LA/KNX 1070 News Radio. Bob has won multiple broadcast awards including an Edward R. Murrow Award (among others) for anchoring KNX's storm coverage in 2011. His book No Barrier:How the Internet Destroyed the World Economy was honored by the LA Press Club. Bob made his mark with the UPI Radio Network when a gunman went crazy in a San Diego fast food restaurant and Bob covered the story. It was his first big break. He later became a UPI National Correspondent and Bureau Chief. He has interviewed presidents, covered Super Bowl games and Hollywood as well as other major news stories.