Todd Steed

Jazz Coordinator/Director of Operations/Host/Producer

A Knoxville native, Todd began working at WUOT in 2007 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. Other work has included artist management, recording and performing music, and serving as a host for several live events around Knoxville.

Mapping Pirates

53 minutes ago

Political Science professor Brandon Prins discusses trends in maritime piracy. 

Jeff Heiskell Arrives

Oct 7, 2015

It's been a while since Jeff Heiskell has released something new, but it's been worth the wait.  This is the full Flipside Interview. 

Mike Berry of the UT Downtown Gallery discusses a new exhibit displaying works by Art and Architecture non-exempt staff. 

Dr. Wu discusses her first book, Empires of Coal:  Fueling China's Entry into the Modern World Order.

The Wide World Of Zoo Vets

Aug 17, 2015

An interview with Dr. Edward Ramsay and Dr. Ryan Sadler from UT's College of Veterinary Medicine. We also talk to Knoxville Zoo Executive Director, Lisa New. 

Dr. Joan Rentsch discusses her classes on mindfulness. 

To Julliard And Back

Jul 7, 2015

Taber Gable returns to Knoxville to play a benefit concert for The Joy of Music School. 


  Electronic music pioneer Simeon discusses his childhood in Knoxville and his subsequent return to play the Big Ears Festival

In part two of this Changing Course interview with Todd Steed, Ashley Maynor and Paul Harrill discuss their latest film projects. 



In part one of Todd Steed's interview with Paul Harrill and Ashley Maynor, the Knoxville-based filmmakers discuss their latest project, 'Something, Anything.'  The introspective film has garnered rave reviews.