Brandon Hollingsworth

All Things Considered Host/Producer

Brandon is WUOT’s All Things Considered host. From 2008 to 2010, he hosted Morning Edition on Alabama Public Radio. For two years before that he served as an APR bureau correspondent and anchored Morning Edition on WLJS-FM in Jacksonville, Ala.

Brandon's work has been heard nationally on the flagship NPR newsmagazines Morning Edition and All Things Considered, as well as the network's newscast service. He has contributed to NPR's midday newsmagazine, Here and Now, and his work has aired on West Virginia Public Broadcasting's Inside Appalachia.

Brandon is a 2008 graduate of Jacksonville State University, and holds a B.A. in communications. He is a native of St. Clair County, Alabama.

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Associated Press

If you think to yourself, "What kind of person believes that malarkey?" whenever you scan through your Facebook feed, consider this: Right now, someone is probably thinking the very same thing about you. 

"But wait!" you protest. "The facts are on my side! I'm not one of them."

Let's save health care!

Okay, how?

That's where the country is right now. Polls show Americans generally agree health options, coverage and care could stand a good spruce-up (or even a major renovation). But how, and by how much, are open questions that, for now, have no clear answers either among the public or among elected officials.

Molly Mullin

Supporters and opponents of a Civil War memorial marker in Knoxville's Fort Sanders neighborhood shouted at each other across 17th Street on Saturday afternoon. Dozens of law enforcement officers stood between them. Mayor Madeline Rogero and Police Chief David Rausch watched from a command center. Streets were blocked and passersby were told to avoid the area. But the three-hour demonstration came and went without major incident, and the neighborhood began to return to normal before 5:00 p.m.

City of Knoxville

This week, WUOT News is looking at the race for five Knoxville city council seats. Thirty candidates are running for ten slots in next Tuesday's primary. We're talking with residents and reporters - people who know the districts and the issues. Today, our series concludes with a look at District Six, which runs from near Holston Hills, through downtown and to Mechanicsville. Our guide is Knox TN Today columnist Betty Bean.

City of Knoxville

This week, WUOT News is looking at the race for five Knoxville city council seats. Thirty candidates are running for ten slots in next Tuesday's primary. We're talking with residents and reporters - people who know the districts and the issues. Today we hear from Sandra Clark, editor and publisher of Knox TN Today. We talk about the Fourth District, which includes much of north Knoxville and Fountain City.

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