Chrissy Keuper

All Things Considered Host/Reporter

Chrissy is WUOT's local All Things Considered host. Her first job with the station was as a weekend student announcer while earning her bachelor's in Anthropology from the University of Tennessee. From 2004 to 2015, she served as the station's local host for Morning Edition. In that role, Chrissy won multiple awards for her reporting and interviewing, as well as hosting WUOT's monthly public affairs series Dialogue.

Chrissy took a break in the autumn of 2015 and wrote for Cityview magazine, writing about East Tennessee military veterans. But, she says, her heart never left WUOT. She returned in July 2019.

Keuper is a native of Johnson City, Tennessee. In her free time, she serves on the board of the Marble City Opera, leads book discussions for Knox County Public Library's "All Over the Page" series, and enjoys the many offerings of a growing Knoxville, specifically the city's art galleries, restaurants and greenways.

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Kate Brown is a professor of history at the University of Maryland and specializes in the history of the Soviet Union.

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The Knox County Public Library is partnering with NewsBank to create a digital archive of the Knoxville News Sentinel, for the years 1922 through 1990. The project is called From Papers to Pixels, and the library is in the midst of a huge fundraising campaign to pay for the result.

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WUOT's Chrissy Keuper spoke with Jennifer Richter (Associate Vice Chancellor and Director of UT's Office of Equity and Diversity) and Ashley Blamey (Director of UT's  Center for Health Education and Wellness) about the University of Tennessee's new policy regarding sexual assault on campus.

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The Legacy Parks Foundation is celebrating its 10th Anniversary.

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Each year, the non-profit Beacon Center of Tennessee puts out a report documenting fraud, waste, and abuse in local and state government spending. The Tennessee Pork Report is in its tenth year, and the Beacon Center found more questionable spending this year than in any other.

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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. 

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