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Nicole Sawaya

Nicole Sawaya is the Lebanese-American former Executive Director of the Pacifica Radio Network.

Sawaya started her career as a news reporter before moving into radio management.

Moving from San Francisco to Anderson Valley in Mendocino County, Nicole was also for a period in the 1990s Program Director at community radio station KZYX-KZYZ, Philo, CA.

In July 1999 she was controversially fired as general manager of [1] She resigned in early December 2007 due to the "level of internecine dysfunction.".[3] She resumed the Executive Director position on March 5, 2008, taking over from interim ED Dan Siegel.[4]


  1. ^ a b " - Nicole Sawaya Hired as New Pacifica Executive Director". Retrieved 2008-07-19. 
  2. ^ Meikle, p.70
  3. ^ "Sawaya quits [sigh]". LLFCC.NET. Retrieved 2008-07-19. 
  4. ^ "Sawaya unquits". LLFCC.NET. Retrieved 2008-07-19. 


External links

  • Pacifica Radio
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