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49ers-Giants Game Chat and Live Blog 22 January,2012Dan Brekke

  • Businessontheedge

    The most disliked 49er in San Francisco tonight…hmmm let’s put our heads together and see if we can figure it out…Kyle Williams would you like to help me…really twice no-don’t recover the punt and don’t protect the ball…really?  You’re kill’n me.  Okay…shifting gears Go Patriots whoo hoo…Tom Brady!

  • Dan Brekke

    Yeah–Kyle Williams’ mistakes cost his team. But, they’re a team. And I think Jim Harbaugh would be the first to tell you that this guy is a gamer and that there are plenty of other things the team could point to that were just as or more decisive in not winning this one. But anyway, that season is over for them. On to the next one. And hey Kyle Williams–keep your head up. 


Dan Brekke

Dan Brekke is a blogger, reporter and editor for KQED News, responsible for online breaking news coverage of topics ranging from California water issues to the Bay Area’s transportation challenges. In a newsroom career that began in Chicago in 1972, Dan has worked as a city and foreign/national editor for The San Francisco Examiner, editor at Wired News, deputy editor at Wired magazine, managing editor at TechTV as well as for several Web startups.

Since joining KQED in 2007, Dan has reported, edited and produced both radio and online features and breaking news pieces. He has shared in two Society of Professional Journalists Norcal Excellence in Journalism awards — for his 2012 reporting on a KQED Science series on water and power in California, and in 2014, for KQED’s comprehensive reporting on the south Napa earthquake.

In addition to his 44 years of on-the-job education, Dan is a lifelong student of history and is still pursuing an undergraduate degree.

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