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Jeff Whittington is executive producer for special projects and KERA's Think series and host of Anything You Ever Wanted to Know on KERA 90.1. He also created and launched the KXT Live Sessions series for KXT 91.7. Formerly producer of The Glenn Mitchell Show, Whittington began his career at KERA as an events planner and fundraising producer before joining the content production team in 2004.
Jeff's work at KERA has been honored with five consecutive Dallas Bar Association Philbin Awards for Excellence in Legal Reporting, three Best of Dallas Awards from the Dallas Observer, a Best of Big D Award from D Magazine, a Public Radio News Directors Award, a Texas AP Broadcaster Award, and a regional Edward R. Murrow Award. Since 2009, Jeff has moderated the State of the Arts conversation series at the Dallas Museum of Art. He has served on the Press Club of Dallas Board of Directors and is a 2009 alumnus of the FBI Dallas Citizens Academy.
A graduate of the University of North Texas, Jeff is also a rock musician and songwriter and spent several years after college performing and touring with his band Adam's Farm. Jeff appeared in the 2006 world premiere of Waiting for a Train: The Life and Songs of Jimmie Rodgers at the Undermain Theatre in Dallas and in July, 2013, released Whittington - a solo album produced by Grammy Award-winner Stuart Sikes.
Questions are answered and knowledge is revealed on this long-running weekly call-in show hosted by Jeff Whittington. If you’ve been wondering about something, give us a call during the show or drop us an email – and we’ll see what the audience has to say about it.
Submit your question or answer at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-800-933-5372.