Todd Steed

Director of Music, Host, Producer

A Knoxville native, Todd began working at WUOT in 2006 as jazz coordinator. His role has expanded to include operations, fill-in host of All Things Considered, and host of Studio 865/Flipside and Changing Course. Todd got his start in radio at WUTK, where he served as music director while earning his undergraduate degree in journalism at UT. He later earned a master’s degree in education, also at UT.

Prior to working at WUOT, Todd worked overseas in China, Lithuania and Indonesia. Upon returning to the states, he was a study abroad coordinator at UT's Center for International Education. He claims he is also a musician. 

Part two of our interview with Marshal Andy.  The good Marshal explains how created his persona and television show. 

WUOT practicum student Jake White takes Todd through the world of Bedroom Pop. 

Knoxville legend Marshal Andy discusses his new book and the early years of his career.  

Several members of the UT Electroacoustic Ensemble discuss the joys and challenges of performing modern electronic music.   They will perform a free (musically and economically speaking) concert this Friday at 6:00 PM at the Natalie L. Haslam Music Center. 

The man who designed the 2016 Fall Fund Drive mug tells his story.

L&N STEM Academy student Ben Hall discusses the documentary on Vince Guaraldi that he made made with his friend Kent Smith. 

Todd Steed's interview with musician Robert Glasper conducted backstage at the Jazz Showcase in Chicago.  Glasper talks about his time in Tennessee, the limits of labels, Miles Davis, and his son Riley's masterful recitation on the new recording ArtScience. 

UT Returns To Wales

Sep 6, 2016

On Changing Course, Todd Steed interviews Dr. Millie Gimmel about the return of one of the most popular UT Study Abroad programs. 

Randy Fishman sat down with Jack Neely to discuss Knoxville's rich and sometime secret jazz history.  For more jazz interviews visit: https://itunes.apple.com/us/itunes-u/wuot-jazz/id437813416?mt=10

Lola Alapo from the Office of Communications and Marketing talks about her decision to spend part of the summer teaching in China.  She was part of a group of twenty-eight UT faculty, staff and students. 

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