John Myers is News10's Political Editor, and joined the staff in April 2012.
He's been covering California politics and state government for more than 10 years, and has spent close to two decades in television and radio.
Most recently, John served as Sacramento Bureau Chief for KQED, the NPR affiliate in San Francisco, and its statewide newscast The California Report.
John's political reporting has been featured on National Public Radio, The PBS NewsHour, and beyond. His career highlights include serving as a panelist or moderator for televised debates in the last three California gubernatorial elections.
John began blogging about politics in 2004 and is now the longest-running California political reporter to do so. He also tweets on state politics and hosts News10's weekly politics podcast.
In 2009, his listing on Capitol Weekly's "Top 100" list of influential people at the state Capitol put it this way: "We defy you to find another reporter - print or broadcast - who has had a greater impact within the Capitol community about how state government is covered."
John has received numerous awards for his television and radio reporting, and teaches broadcast journalism at CSU Sacramento.
John received degrees from Duke University and the University of California, Berkeley. He and his wife have two children and live in Sacramento.