A veteran, award-winning anchor in the Northwest news business

Brad Goode

A veteran, award winning anchor in the Northwest news business of 10 years, Brad is the new co-anchor of the KOMO 4 Morning News and Mid-day News. He also covers business news in the Puget Sound region, a passion he honed for several years as a national correspondent and anchor for CNBC, the business network in New York and Los Angeles.

For the past decade, Brad has been delivering news and information you and your family need in the Northwest long before the sun comes up. Whenever possible he tries to add a sense of humor to the hectic world we live in. “While there are serious issues to discuss, you’ve got to laugh at the world and yourself every day, says Brad.

Before adopting the Seattle-Tacoma area as his home, Brad anchored Fox Sports News in Los Angeles, a national sports highlight show. He also reported from major events such as the NBA playoffs, World Series, Super Bowl, PGA events and many others.

You may have also seen Brad as the national host of “EXTRA” the entertainment magazine show in Los Angeles. He anchored the show from glitzy events like the Atlanta Summer Olympic Games and covered many red carpet events and celebrity interviews.

While in LA, Brad anchored at KCBC-TV and earned awards for his coverage of the Northridge earthquake, and overall reporting. He also won an Emmy for coverage of the deadly Midwest floods while reporting and anchoring at WCCO-TV in Minneapolis. He also held reporter and anchor assignments at KTVX in Salt Lake City and WILX in Lansing, Michigan.

Over the last decade Brad has developed as a passionate auctioneer and emcee. He currently helps dozens of charities and other organizations raise money. Clients include, Epilepsy Foundation, Alzheimer’s Association, Overlake Hospital, Life Support, Maui Humane Society, 5th Avenue Theater, Smiles Forever and many other organizations and schools.

Brad has also helped guide many fund raising and marketing campaigns through his involvement with the Alzheimer’s Association from 1998 to 2009 as a past board member of the Western Washington chapter. He now serves as a consultant for the charities fundraising efforts.