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Brandi Fullwood

Senior Producer, Soundside

About

Brandi Fullwood is a senior producer for KUOW’s midday show Soundside. She joined KUOW in 2019 as a producer on The Record and was promoted to her current position in 2021. She has produced a range of stories from dinosaur experts to misinformation in the 2020 election. They’ve also produced and reported pieces for other KUOW programs like Seattle Now.

Previously, she worked for The World a co-production of the BBC World Service. She focused on tech, culture, and environment stories. Brandi also led a collaborative project for The World and Smithsonian Folkways. She created pieces and reported on music, culture, and communities like this and this and this.

Brandi has written, produced for NPR Music, Noisey Music, and reported for the New Haven Independent. She grew a love for radio through Middlebury College radio station’s WRMC 91.1 FM.

Location: Seattle

Languages: English

Stories

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    Seattle Now

    Commuters beware: traffic ahead!

    Oof! Traffic in the Seattle area... You can’t get over it, you can’t go through it, and sometimes you can’t even get around it. The push to revive the city comes with unpredictable traffic jams. Mark Hallenbeck, the director of the Washington State Transportation Center is here today to help us navigate the congestion.

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    Seattle Now

    Free Narcan vending machines in Pierce County

    The rural town of Orting is getting its first Narcan vending machine. That’s a drug used to reverse an overdose and those machines are becoming increasingly more common--most first responders carry it. We’ll talk with the Recovery Cafe’s Rena Thompson about how these vending machines fit into a landscape of recovery, accessibility and support.

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    Seattle Now

    Casual Friday with Mike Davis and Rachel Terlep

    This week our collective student loan debt got a little bit smaller, Downtown Seattle is trying to make its comeback, and things are getting less passive aggressive and a bit more aggressive-aggressive around here. Have you noticed? We’re breaking down the week with Rachel Terlep , the Senior Social Media Manager for the Washington Department of Natural Resources and Mike Davis KUOW's arts and culture reporter

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    Seattle Now

    Dan Price's social media fame fueled abuse allegations

    Dan Price, goes viral almost every day. The now former CEO of Seattle’s Gravity Payments first flooded the news and social media years ago after taking a pay cut to give his employees a pay bump. And he’s maintained a good image online for years, by saying the right things for the right audiences. Price resigned last week amidst abuse allegations that were largely fueled by his social media persona. New York Times technology correspondent Karen Weise has been writing about Dan Price for years. She’s here to tell us about her latest report.

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    Seattle Now

    Casual Friday with Lex Vaughn and Tim Durkan

    This week we made the city’s favorite pink neon elephant a landmark. Shrinkflation is impacting our favorite snack foods. And don’t look away from your laptop, your boss might be watching. We’re breaking it down this week with the Needling’s Lex Vaughn and Seattle photographer Tim Durkan.

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    Seattle Now

    Amazon Prime-ary Care

    Amazon is boosting its game in the healthcare industry. The company is poised to acquire One Medical --a chain of primary care clinics for 3.9 billion dollars. But the deal is still pending… as critics weigh in on their concerns over data privacy and FTC regulations. Lauren Rosenblatt, the Amazon reporter for the Seattle Times is here to untangle the pending deal.

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    Seattle Now

    Amber Alerts, Silver Alerts, now Missing Indigenous Person Alerts

    Amber Alerts, Silver Alerts, now Missing Indigenous Person Alerts. The state of Washington is the first in the nation to have an alert system specifically to find Native American people. It’s a victory for those who have been working to spotlight missing and murdered Indigenous women. But, missing persons cases can be much more complex than the happy endings the public is seeking. A conversation with KUOW’s Amy Radil on this new system.

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    Seattle Now

    Casual Friday with Ruchika Tulshyan and Rich Smith

    This week about 24% of eligible voters cast ballots in the primary, Monkeypox was declared a national health emergency, and millennials are staying close to home, but some of them are moving here. The Strangers Rich Smith and author Ruchika Tulshyan are here to break down the week And, we want to hear from you! Follow us on Instagram SeattleNowPod, or leave us feedback online: https://www.kuow.org/feedback