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Steve Lickteig

Executive Producer, Podcasts

Slate & Associates , Inc.

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Slate & Associates , Inc.

P.O. Box 486

Swansea, Massachusetts,02777

United States

Company Description

Slate and Associates, LLC are specialists in forest road layout in all types of environments. Our services are available worldwide. We use the latest techniques, in conjunction with state-of-the-art computer design software to rapidly, efficiently, and economi...more

Background Information

Employment History

Producer

NPR


Executive Producer

Sirius XM Holdings Inc.


Media Relations Director

Center Stage


Affiliations

Small Good Thing Productions

Film Director and Podcaster and Content Strategist


Web References(25 Total References)


About the Staff - The Bob Edwards Show

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Steve Lickteig, Executive Producer
Steve Lickteig (LICK tie) joined "The Bob Edwards Show" as a producer in February 2006. He came to the show from NPR where he produced and reported stories for "Morning Edition," "All Things Considered" and "Weekend Edition. He also produced election stories for NPR's National Desk, traveling the country with senior correspondent Linda Wertheimer. While at NPR, broadcasts of NPR's "All Things Considered," "Talk of the Nation" and special coverage. In 2000, Steve independently produced and reported the radio documentary One Family and a Kansas Town which aired on 100 public radio stations and was funded by a grant from the Kansas Humanities Council. In addition to his radio work, Steve recently served as assistant director and a story editor on the documentary film Waiting for Hockney, which was an official selection of the 2008 Tribeca Film Festival, Toronto's Hot Docs Festival and the Full Frame Film Festival. He is currently directing the documentary Open Secret. Steve's radio career began at KOFO in Ottawa, Kansas, a tiny AM station where he literally spun the country hits. From there, he found his way into the newsroom at commercial radio stations in Lawrence and Topeka. His last commercial radio job was in 1991 at the 50,000-watt AM powerhouse KOA in Denver, where he produced several talk shows. In 1992, he landed a job at NPR member station KANU in Lawrence, Kansas, where he reported and hosted the local broadcast of "Morning Edition. From there, it was on to a brief bartending stint, and then back to public radio at member station WUGA in Athens, Ga., then NPR. Also, Steve used to be a Marine.


Station History | WUGA | University of Georgia

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Steve Lickteig was a reporter on "The Commons" and contributed stories to NPR news programs while at WUGA.
After leaving WUGA, he became a producer for NPR's "All Things Considered" and "Morning Edition.


Resources : Adopting While Abroad

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Steve Lickteig learned at 18 that the girl he believed was his sister was actually his biological mother.
Steve is the senior producer for National Public Radio's Weekend All Things Considered in [...]


Adoption secret : Adopting While Abroad

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Steve Lickteig learned at 18 that the girl he believed was his sister was actually his biological mother.
Steve is the senior producer for National Public Radio's Weekend All Things Considered in Los Angeles. He discussed with NPR how he was the only one who was kept in the dark about this and how it affected him and his family. He also turned the camera on his family and created the documentary Open Secret. Steve Lickteig's life as he knew it was a lie. Lickteig thought he was the adopted son of a former World War II vet and his wife. Life was simple: They ran a farm in Kansas, went to mass at the local Catholic church and raised Steve and their eight biological children. Lickteig wondered who his real parents were and thought he'd set out to find them someday. Then, when he turned 18, two of his best friends told him the truth: His adopted parents were actually his biological grandparents. The woman who he knew as his older sister was actually his mother. Decades after that revelation, Lickteig turned the camera on his own family to try to understand how a secret like this could be kept for so long. Lickteig is the senior producer for NPR's Weekend All Things Considered.


Station History | WUGA | University of Georgia

wuga.org [cached]

Steve Lickteig was a reporter on "The Commons" and contributed stories to NPR news programs while at WUGA.
After leaving WUGA, he became a producer for NPR's "All Things Considered" and "Morning Edition.


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