Deb Daigle

Host, All Things Considered

A 30-year veteran of broadcast news, Deb brings an array of journalistic experience to the WGBH News team. She has worked across all electronic media platforms: radio, television and digital. She was an anchor and general assignment reporter for the Unistar Radio Network in Washington, served as an anchor and reporter for WRKO, WBZ and other prominent Boston stations, and was a general assignment reporter and anchor for NECN/Charter TV3 and Greater Media Cable in Worcester, Mass.

Deb holds a bachelor's degree in English from Connecticut College and a master's degree in mass communications from Emerson College. Deb is also a professionally trained singer, and has performed in various musical and theatrical groups in Massachusetts and New Hampshire.

All Things Considered

NPR’s All Things Considered is locally hosted by WGBH News’ Deb Daigle. ATC presents news and analysis, commentaries, interviews and special — sometimes quirky — features. Along with contributions from WGBH’s local news team, All Things Considered features live, local interviews with newsmakers as well as regular updates from WGBH's State House reporter, weather and sports.

Politics & Government
2:28 pm
Thu April 24, 2014

Patrick Signs Bill Bolstering Anti-Bullying Law

Gov. Deval Patrick
Credit Meredith Nierman / WGBH

  Gov. Deval Patrick signed a bill Wednesday designed to build on the state's 2010 anti-bullying law by strengthening protections for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender students and students with disabilities.

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Local News
2:42 pm
Wed March 12, 2014

Gay Veterans Push Back Against St. Patrick's Day Parade Organizers

A dozen gay veterans are pushing back against organizers of the St. Patrick's Day Parade in South Boston. They are disputing a charge that MassEquality lied on its parade application and did not have a group of veterans who wanted to march.

MassEquality has sent group has sent a letter to the parade organizers, the Allied War Veterans Council. MassEquality Executive Director Kara Coredini said that the council unfairly demanded a list of marchers from the group. Something no other group was required to do, she said.

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