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Marilyn Pittman is a veteran broadcaster. Her radio career spans 30 years and includes two national radio programs, talk show stints at KQED FM and KGO AM in San Francisco, as well as a daily comedy/talk show in the year 2000 on GAYBC.com which became Sirius radio's OUTQ channel. She teaches broadcast performance at UC Berkeley and has been the leading voice coach and talent consultant for NPR stations since 1989. The recipient of a 1991 GLAAD Media Award for her work as an openly gay stand-up comic and radio commentator, she has lived in San Francisco for 21 years.