For thousands of commuters in Northern California and beyond, his is one of the first voices heard each morning.
Every weekday at 6 a.m., reporter and anchor Steve Milne stands in a small soundproof booth in the Capital Public Radio studios on the Sacramento State campus, reviewing flickering audio equipment and transcripts of the morning's broadcast. At 6:04, he leans into a microphone, his steady intonation cresting smoothly over the region's airwaves. Capital Public Radio, the regional affiliate of National Public Radio, is licensed to and headquartered at Sacramento State, and Milne's listenership spans four stations from the Sacramento area south to Merced and as far east as western Nevada.
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