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ABC News Radio brings listeners closer to the story with on-the-ground reports from here at home and around the globe.

Story-telling is at the heart of ABC News that’s why we are proud to share our slate of Specials covering the biggest issues of the day and introducing listeners to fascinating people and places.

When news breaks, our team of award-winning journalists and experts are there guiding listeners to the story in real-time.

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GInger Zee

Ginger Zee is the chief meteorologist and managing editor of the climate unit at ABC News. Zee has been there before, during and after nearly every major natural disaster reporting for “Good Morning America” and across ABC News broadcasts and digital platforms. From Hurricane Katrina to recently being in the eye wall of Hurricane Ian, Zee has covered wildfires from California, France and Australia, blizzards across the nation and tornado outbreaks from Alabama to Oklahoma. Zee has employed her lifelong passion for the atmosphere and married it with compassion and humanity as these stories are always about the people the storms impact.

Zee has also hosted several climate specials for ABC News Live and has a recurring climate segment called “It’s Not Too Late” on ABC News Live Prime. She is committed to being the conduit for the latest science in the climate crisis and the solutions around the world. From the carbon capture “co2 vacuums in the sky” in Iceland to the complexity of the mega drought plaguing Lake Mead & Lake Powell, and the sea level rise impacts from the Maldives to Maryland, highlighting the faces of human-induced climate change is important to Zee.

Rob Mariciano

Rob Marciano is the ABC News senior meteorologist of ABC’s “World News Tonight” and the weekend edition of “Good Morning America.” He joined the network in September 2014 and reports across all ABC News broadcasts and digital platforms.

Since joining the network, he has reported on nearly every natural disaster to hit the United States. Marciano has covered tornadoes, floods and blizzards, and even erupting volcanoes surrounding towns in Hawaii. Most recently, he reported from North Carolina ahead of Hurricane Florence and Southern California during the deadly wildfires. On the ground before, during and after landfall, Marciano covered the 2017 hurricanes that devastated Texas, Florida and Puerto Rico. During ABC News’ coverage of the Great American Eclipse, Marciano was live on the Oregon coast at the start of the path of totality.

Before joining ABC News, Marciano was the co-host of “Entertainment Tonight,” where he interviewed hundreds of celebrities, including full-hour specials with Jennifer Lopez and Katy Perry. Prior to his position at “ET,” Marciano worked at CNN News Group as a news and weather anchor as well as across the CNN Network as a field correspondent. Marciano’s reports for CNN from the field during Hurricane Katrina and the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico helped garner a Peabody Award. He also hosted primetime specials, including “Rescue: Saving the Gulf,” where he worked side by side with the heroes who saved wildlife, skimmed oil and cleaned up the beach during the worst oil disaster in U.S. history.


Sara Haines

Sara Haines is a co-host of ABC’s Emmy® Award-winning daytime talk show “The View” and the host of ABC’s primetime game show “The Chase.” Haines returned to “The View” panel in 2020 for season 24, having been a co-host in 2016-2018 for seasons 20-21. Haines previously co-hosted ABC News’ “GMA 3: Strahan, Sara & Keke.”

Prior to her association with ABC News in 2013, Haines was part of the fourth hour of NBC’s “Today,” alongside Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb, a position she held from 2009 to 2013. In 2008, she began online reporting as host of the program’s entertainment video blog, “Backstage Pass,” interviewing countless celebrity entertainers, actors and musicians.

Haines came aboard “Today” in 2002 as a production coordinator. Prior to joining NBC News, she was a member of NBC’s page program.


Déjà is currently the announcer of Live with Kelly and Mark and Host of ABC Audio nationally syndicated “The Déjà Vu Show” on WBLS in New York.

Déjà began her career as an assistant Program and Music Director in her hometown of Jacksonville, Florida. In 1999, Déjà worked as the midday host, Program Director and Music Director at 100.3 The Beat. She continued her career as she moved to New York and joined Power 105.1 as a midday personality, where she remained for eight years. In addition to co-hosting WBLS, Déjà is also an on-air personality for Sirius XM station “The Heat“, Saturdays from 10am to 1pm, where she plays popular R&B and Hip-Hop hits in addition to interviewing numerous celebrities.

“Throughout her career, Deja has drawn high ratings in every market where she’s heard. We’re thrilled that in syndication The Deja Vu Show followed suit and is experiencing the same level of success and rapid growth,” said Heidi Oringer, ABC Audio’s Executive Director of Business Strategy, Programming & Distribution. “Deja’s insightful content and her standout personality draw large, diverse audiences.

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