David Stuckey
David Stuckey

David Stuckey


David Stuckey is a digital producer at Oregon Public Broadcasting.

Before OPB, David was a digital editor for USA TODAY in Washington, D.C., where among other things he produced content with war correspondents and covered presidential elections.

He holds a degree in journalism from Clark Atlanta University.

In his free time, David reads literature from around the world and argues with strangers that Outkast is a better band than The Beatles.

Latest Stories

In conversation with Herbie Hancock

Herbie Hancock is more than the world’s greatest living jazz musician, he’s a platinum-album making, billboard-chart-topping, Oscar and Grammy award winning force of nature. Hancock spoke with KMHD via his studio in California to discuss the new quintet on his worldwide tour, why he will never become the jazz police and his meaning of jazz without boundaries.


8 reflections of the COVID-19 pandemic in Oregon

In this portrait series, Oregon Public Broadcasting asked a cast of our listeners and readers to reflect on the past year and then tell us what they’ve learned and what they feel the future holds for all of us.

15 Books To Find And Start Right Now

We've thrown in a brief (sometimes abstract) synopsis, page length, fun facts and even queried some of OPB's familiar contributors to help curate your new reading splendor.

From left, Tan Sampanno, Ajahn Kassapo and Ajahn Sudanto make their morning alms round through White Salmon.

OPB's Best Photos Of 2018

What are the images that define 2018 in for the Northwest? We look back at some of OPB's best photos of the past year.

10 Questions With Jeremy Garber Of Powell's Books

You're Jeremy Garber. You've loved books your entire life and for the past 13-plus years you've worked at the Camelot of literary institutions: Powell's Books. First as a cashier, then as a bookseller, then as a used-book buyer and now as the events coordinator for the biggest independent bookstore in the country. You curate what the public sees and write reviews for some of the biggest translated titles in the world. Then, OPB came and had the audacity to ask you why books are so important.

10 Questions With: Portland Rapper Mic Capes

Capes discusses becoming a full-time musician, Tupac's influence on his life, the role TriMet played in his writing and why it's so obvious that the president of the United States is a racist.