Chrissy Keuper

Morning Edition Host/Producer

Chrissy was born in Johnson City, Tenn. She attended the University of North Carolina at Asheville as a history major, and finished a bachelor's degree in anthropology at the University of Tennessee. Chrissy has a varied resume: she has taught ballet and jazz, and has worked as a woodworker, a barista, a pastry chef, a customer service rep, a waitress and an art model...but she says her job at WUOT has been her favorite. She came to WUOT as a student announcer and became a member of WUOT’s News Department and the local host of Morning Edition in 2004.

Ways To Connect

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Today is the first day of the 2015 and 16 fiscal year… and we have a snapshot of the budgets for the City of Knoxville and for Knox County.

Mayor Madeline Rogero sat down with WUOT’s Chrissy Keuper to discuss the new $206 million budget for the City of Knoxville, which is heavy on funding for infrastructure, including sidewalks for the city’s neighborhoods…

 

The Appalachian Shakespeare Project aims to use classic literature to tell Appalachian stories. This year, the project is William Shakespeare's As You Like It.

Natalie Spar is Assistant Professor of English and Mark McGinley, Assistant Professor of Theatre at Lincoln Memorial University. They sat down with WUOT’s Chrissy Keuper to talk about why they chose that particular Shakespeare play…

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We hear about technology conferences all the time, the gatherings held for developers and entrepreneurs in the tech industry. They've led to some of the most innovative products for tech consumers, and we have a conference coming up in July, right here in Knoxville. 

The Knoxville Museum of Art is showing the first major US exhibition of Evan Roth, who calls himself a "hacktivist" artist. WUOT's Chrissy Keuper spoke with Stephen Wicks, the KMA's Barbara W. and Bernard E. Bernstein Curator, about Roth's show...

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Marian Wright Edelman is a civil rights activist and attorney; she was the first African-American woman admitted to the Mississippi Bar; and in 1973, she founded the Children’s Defense Fund. She was in Knoxville recently and she told WUOT’s Chrissy Keuper that the civil rights movement in this country has never ended…  

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The Tennessee Supreme Court is hearing arguments on whether death row inmates can challenge the constitutionality of electrocution as a method of execution. The hearings stem from a lawsuit against the state by 34 death row inmates.

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Wilma Dunaway studied sociology at the University of Tennessee, is a professor at Virginia Tech, and is a specialist on how post-Civil War Appalachia became part of global capitalism. Dunaway told WUOT’s Chrissy Keuper that her knowledge of Appalachia came from studies of economic and political systems all over the world… 

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WUOT's Chrissy Keuper and Tom Humphrey discuss the latest events in the Tennessee legislature... The Tennessee General Assembly has now adjourned for the session.

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This week, the University of Tennessee’s Clarence Brown Theatre opens its production of The Threepenny Opera by Berthold Brecht and Kurt Weill. Though the play is often billed as a modern story of the haves versus the have-nots, the play actually has its roots in a work written by John Gay in the early 1700s, called The Beggar’s Opera.

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WUOT's Chrissy Keuper and Tom Humphrey discuss the latest events in the Tennessee legislature. 

This week, some of the state's abortion measures, and a possible cut in aviation fuel taxes for Memphis-based FedEx Corp...

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