Bryan Pino Goebel


About Me

I'm an award-winning radio and online journalist, and spent the last half of my career covering transportation issues in San Francisco.

I’m currently a part-time news anchor at KCBS Radio in San Francisco.

I previously led a cooperative staffing agency in San Francisco, after a 3-and-a-half year stint in local government working with elected officials.

I've also been a bicycle courier in the gig economy, which led me to recommend commissioning a groundbreaking survey of gig workers while working in government.

Media Career

  • I recently returned to KCBS Radio as a part-time night news anchor. From 2000-2008, I was an anchor, editor and producer there.
  • In 2017, I founded Human Streets, a non-profit advocacy journalism organization devoted to coverage of safe streets issues.
  • From 2013-2017, I was a reporter covering transportation issues at KQED Public Radio.
  • I launched Streetsblog San Francisco in 2008, building it into a nationally-recognized transportation blog known for in-depth reporting of safe streets issues.
  • I’ve done news at radio stations in Sacramento (KFBK), Redding and Barstow, California.

Awards I'm most proud of

  • 2015 "Investigative Reporter of the Year" by the San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association for coverage of the fumbled police investigation into a fatal bicycle crash.
  • Led a team of reporters who garnered a Golden Wheel Award from the SF Bike Coalition for “intelligent journalism that helped people understand the connection between bicycling, great streets and a livable city.”
  • "California Journalism Award" recipient from the California State University, Sacramento, for coverage of Proposition 209, the anti-affirmative action measure.
  • "Favorite Radio Personality" by the Sacramento Lambda Gay and Lesbian Center for coverage of the 1993 Lesbian, Gay and Bi Equal Rights March on Washington.

This Way Out Marks 20th Anniversary of San ​Francisco’s Winter of Love

This Way Out, the international LBGTQ radio magazine, recently marked the 20th anniversary of the gay marriage spree that began at San Francisco City Hall on February 14, 2004

Click below to hear my special coverage from 2004, starting at 15:06.

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