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. 

Malissa Peery, distinguished lecturer in the Department of Mathematics, uses an innovative teaching method to keep her students engaged.  

Comedian Trae Crowder shares his favorite music and explains his reasons for leaving Knoxville. 

Frog and Toad's Dixie Quartet have released a new recording that is a departure from their first recording. Members of the band sit down with Todd Steed to sort it all out. 

UT student Tiana Castillo discusses her work in the Programs Abroad Office, the upcoming Study Abroad Fair and her time working and studying in Australia. 

Asheville musician Shane Parish treats us to some solo acoustic music and discusses his intimate new recording.  He'll be back in town for the Big Ears Festival in March. 

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