Guy has held many positions at KUOW, including news director, reporter, editor and host of several programs. He has degrees from the University of Wisconsin and Evergreen State College. Guy edited two stories for KUOW that won national awards; one from the Public Radio News Directors, Inc. for best documentary and one from the Radio and TV News Directors Association for best series. He’s been a journalism fellow at the Poynter Institute in Florida, RTNDA's RIAS program in Berlin (twice), Stanley Foundation/Reuters Workshop in Beijing, China, and the East–West Center Journalists Exchange in Japan.
Guy Nelson talks with Abigail Echo-Hawk about a 2010 survey of Native women living in the Seattle area. It found that 94% of the women had been raped or coerced into sex at some point during their lives. Echo-Hawk directs the Urban Indian Health Institute in Seattle.
Guy Nelson talks with journalist Erica C. Barnett about why a disproportionate number of people of color are being kicked out of Seattle Public Library branches.
Is crime in Seattle on the rise? Neighborhood blogs and local TV news shows include alarming reports that might make you think it is. But Gene Balk—the...
Guy Nelson talks with Seattle Times reporter Nina Shapiro about the discrimination allegations against Mukilteo aerospace company Electroimpact. The...
Ross Reynolds talks with Rupert Giles, executive director of the Phew Research Center, about how Western Washington residents responded to a central...
Charles Dickens’ story “A Christmas Carol” is a holiday favorite. It was performed earlier this month in front of a live audience at Seattle’s Center...