Stephen Fowler is the Producer/Back-Up Host for All Things Considered and a creative storyteller hailing from McDonough, Georgia. He graduated from Emory University with a degree in Interdisciplinary Studies. The program combined the best parts of journalism, marketing, digital media and music into a thesis on the rise of the internet rapper via the intersectionality of social media and hip-hop. He served as the first-ever Executive Digital Editor of The Emory Wheel, where he helped lead the paper into a modern digital era.
As a storyteller, his photos, videos, voice and words have won numerous awards and have been featured everywhere from the Coca-Cola Company boardroom to the TEDx stage. He has interviewed an eclectic group of subjects over the years, ranging from Paul Simon to the Dalai Lama, and is always looking for another story to tell.
In his free time, you can ask him to expound on brunch, Atlanta hip-hop and potpourri trivia.
The charges in Fulton County implicate the former president as the head of a sweeping conspiracy to subvert his defeat. It's the fourth indictment in as many months for Trump.
Atlanta's Tyler Perry Studios has been home to Wakanda, the White House and The Walking Dead, but Wednesday it will host its most topical production yet: the next Democratic presidential debate.
The outdated machines can stay for 2019 elections, but a federal judge says Georgia must transfer to paper ballots for 2020.
The gubernatorial race has captured national attention. President Trump and former President Obama have visited the state to rally on behalf of Democrat Stacey Abrams and Republican Brian Kemp.
After Atlanta-based Delta eliminated a discount program for NRA members, a Georgia official threatens to fight its tax break. NPR's Ailsa Chang talks with Georgia Public Broadcasting's Stephen Fowler.