Drew Dawson

Station Manager & Host

Drew Dawson is the Station Manager/Host at GPB radio’s Augusta bureau. He is a veteran radio broadcaster, program manager and news professional. Prior to joining GPB, he was part of the multi-platform news operation at the iconic WGBH in Boston. 

Dawson has worked for Virtual News Center, Westwood One’s Metro Networks and several local stations across the country.

He is originally from Boston and is a graduate of Syracuse University’s Newhouse School of Communication.

  • Butts Execution Rescheduled For Tonight
  • Kasim Reed Actually Gave Out $811,000
  • Ryan Signs $100-Million Extension With Falcons

  • Military Plane Crashes In Savannah
  • Three More City Officials Return Year End Bonuses
  • Keisha Lance Bottoms Delivers State Of The City Address

  • Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms Delivers State Of The City Address
  • Tech Companies Object To Georgia Cyber-Security Bill
  • Body Cams For ATL Customs And Border Protection Agents

  • Augusta Area Doctor Sentenced To 15 Years For Drug Dealing
  • Rash Of Arson Fires In Macon
  • Marietta Fire Chief Candidate Arrested For Forgery

  • GBI To Investigate Shooting Of Mentally Ill Woman In North Fulton County
  • Waffle House Protestors Call For Soda Pop Sit In This Friday
  • NSA Leaker Reality Winner Defense Team Faces Setback

  • Early Voting For May 22nd Primary Begins Today
  • Laurens County Approves Arming School District Employees
  • Protest At Waffle House Headquarters In Norcross

  • Personnel Changes At Atlanta City Hall
  • Early Voting For May 22nd Primary Starts Today
  • Gov. Deal To Go On The Road For Budget Signing Ceremonies

  • Polk County Man Faces Up To 642 Years In Prison For Dog Fighting Conviction
  • E. Coli From Romaine Lettuce Shows Up In Georgia
  • Whitfield County Teacher Charged With Possessing Heroin On Campus

  • Bonus Payments By Former Mayor Reed Investigated
  • Suitcase Containing Human Remains Found Along I-75
  • Alabama's Calvin Ridley The Falcons' First Round Pick

  • Dawson County Victim Of Ransomware Attack
  • DeKalb School Bus Drivers Demand Fired Job Action Organizers Be Reinstated
  • See Something - Send Something App Newest Crime Fighting Tool

  • Hawks Part Ways With Head Coach
  • GBI At Atlanta City Hall For Open Records Request Investigation
  • Arrest Warrant Issued For Marietta Fire Chief Candidate

  • Gov. Deal Undecided On Stockbridge/Eagles Landing 
  • Fayette County Tables Confederate History And Heritage Month Proclamation
  • MARTA Getting New CNG Powered Busses

  • Gulfstream Expands In Savannah
  • Ben Hill County Joins Opiod Lawsuit
  • Fake Uber Driver Assaults UGA Student

  • Voter Registration Deadline Today
  • Tex McIver Awaits Sentence Following Murder Conviction
  • Coca Cola Posts Strong First Quarter Financials

  • McIver Jury Deadlocked On Four  Charges
  • DeKalb School District Pushes Back On Drivers' Charges
  • Another Inmate Killed At Valdosta State Prison 

  • Ethics Complaints Filed Against Three Gubernatorial Candidates
  • DeKalb School Bus Driver Sick Out, Day Three
  • New Manufacturing Plant Coming To Social Circle

  • Atlanta Makes Short List For Army's Futures Command Center
  • 7 School Bus Drivers Fired For Organizing Dekalb County Sick Out
  • No New Sentencing Hearing For Inmate Scheduled For May 3rd Execution

  • Sun Trust Banks  Reports Possible Data Breach
  • Atlanta Students Participate In School Walk Out
  • DeKalb County School Bus Drivers Fired For Sick Out

  • Abrams Snares Georgia Equality Endorsement
  • DeKalb School Bus Drivers Stage Sick-Out
  • Four Atlanta Area Men Sentenced On International Weapons Trafficking Charges

  • MARTA Para-Transit Workers Strike Averted
  • Home Depot Accused Of Retirement Fund Mismanagement
  • Jurors Deliberating The Fate Of Claud Tex McIver

  • Piedmont, Blue Cross Reach "Handshake Deal"
  • No Tuition Increase At Georgia's Public Colleges And Universities
  • Former Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed Subpoenaed

  • Mayor Bottoms Proposes New Open Records Request Response Guidelines
  • GA Supreme Court Rejects Appeals From Teachers Convicted In Cheating Conspiracy
  • Philanthropist/Businessman John Williams Dead At 75

Gov. Deal Says Clock is Ticking For Piedmont/Blue Cross Agreement

Republican And Democratic Gubernatorial Candidates In Forum Today

Tex McIver Murder Trial Closing Arguments Begin Today

  •  Gov. Deal Weighs In On Blue Cross - Piedmont Healthcare Standoff
  • Supreme Court Nixes Retrial For Macon Murder Defendant
  • Atlanta Municipal Court Back In Business

  • Atlanta's Municipal Court Re-opens
  • Georgia Seaports See Double-Digit Growth
  • GDOT Considers Relocating HERO Vehicles

  • Georgia Piedmont Tech College President Ousted
  • FAA Hosts Camden Spaceport Community Meeting
  • Savannah City Budget Has Surplus; School Dept. Has Deficit

  • Isakson Opposes Newsprint Tariffs
  • NRA Endorses Cagle
  • WNBA's Altanta Dream Drafts UGA's Engram

  • Gun Manufacturing Plant Coming To Bainbridge/Decatur County
  • Delta Airlines Earning Report Out Today
  • Two Charges Dropped In Tex McIver Murder Case

  • Emergency Response Drill At Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport
  • GDOT Partially Responsible For I-85 Bridge Collapse
  • Georgia GOP Pays More Than $500K To Settle Racial Discrimination Lawsuit

  •  Classified Hearing Set For NSA Leaker Reality Winner
  • City Of Griffin Rescinds Confederate History Month Proclamation
  • Atlanta's Open Check Book

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