Geoff Norcross
Geoff Norcross

Geoff Norcross

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As one of the local hosts of OPB’s “All Things Considered,” Geoff shares local and regional stories to audiences of NPR’s flagship newsmagazine. Previously, Geoff was the host of OPB’s “Morning Edition” for 15 years. He was part of the team that built the program into one of the most listened-to presentations of “Morning Edition” in the country.

Before joining OPB in 2008, Geoff was the program director at the NPR affiliate KNAU in Flagstaff, Arizona. He has also reported and hosted from stations in New York, Florida, Missouri, Illinois and West Virginia. He has won awards for his interviews and feature stories from the Radio-Television News Directors Association, the Public Radio Radio News Directors, Inc., the New York Festivals and the Associated Press.

Geoff graduated from Bradley University with a degree in communications.

When he’s not on the air, Geoff spends a lot of time rowing on the Willamette River and competing in regattas.

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