With over 25 years’ experience in radio, host Laney Goodman is a seasoned broadcasting professional.
On National Public Radio with WXPN-FM in Philadelphia for over eight years, she hosted shows as diverse as “The Women’s Music Hour” and “Roots of Jazz” specialty shows, to the “After Dark” and “Sleepy Hollow” eclectic mixes. With an abundance of knowledge of a variety of musical genres, as well as personal friendships with many musicians, Laney created a distinctive environment on the airwaves at WXPN-FM, with a style all her own.
Laney has also made her mark in the commercial arena as well. As host, engineer and Interim Program Director at KRSH-FM in Santa Rosa, California, she played an active part in one of the first AAA radio stations in Northern California.
Creative, intelligent programming are Laney’s hallmark, and with her engaging style, she helped North Bay Public Radio, KRCB-FM in Rohnert Park, California, get off the ground at a running start. From acting as Assistant Music Director, to helping define the station’s music library, her wealth of experience and dedication to excellent programming helped make the dream of KRCB-FM a reality.
Laney is the recipient of the 1990 Outstanding Service in Programming Award from WXPN-FM in Philadelphia.