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Stephen Fowler

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Atlanta, GA
Producer and Fill-In Host, All Things Considered — Georgia Public Broadcasting

ATC producer/fill-in host on @gpbnews, Atlanta's NPR station | "Y'all" is a lifestyle | a good millennial since 1993 | former @emorywheel @georgianewslab

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Biography

TEDx speaker, writer, Atlantan, hip-hop aficionado.

Currently GPB News. Bylines: Emory Wheel, AJC, Creative Loafing Atlanta.

Have you ever used a typewriter?

I own two of them!

How do you prefer to be pitched on stories?

Email. Tweet. Show me why it's a story worth telling.

What's your favorite social network?

Twitter, hands down.

Awards

Society of Professional Journalists Award

2015 - Breaking News
The MOE Awards honor the best of collegiate journalism from a calendar year. SPJ’s Region 3 comprises Alabama, Florida, Georgia and South Carolina. First-place winners will move on to the national MOE competition among category winners from the 12 SPJ regions. Awarded Best Breaking News Story for 'Swastikas Drawn on AEPi Walls,' http://emorywheel.com/swastikas-drawn-on-aepi-walls/.

Society of Professional Journalists Award

2015 - Investigative Journalism
The Society of Professional Journalists – Region 3 and the Savannah Morning News are introducing a new award for exceptional work under the category of investigative journalism. The award is named after a distinguished Georgia investigative journalist from Savannah, Georgia — Larry Peterson. Larry Peterson, a political writer and editor for the Savannah Morning News, passed away in 2014 after 40 years of working in the journalism industry. His wife, Lanie Lippincott Peterson, a SPJ Georgia member, is a freelance business reporter at the Savannah Morning News and also carries a substantial portfolio of her own journalism career. It is her wish for SPJ Georgia and the Savannah Morning News to celebrate Larry by creating the Larry Peterson Memorial Award for Investigative Journalism. It is an award to recognize journalism professionals and students who have produced quality investigative reporting in either broadcast, print, online or radio.