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Deborah Elliot, aka Debbie Elliott, is a broadcast journalist for NPR, who covers news events in the American South.[1] She attended graduate school at the University of Alabama, where she worked for WUAL-FM radio (which later joined other stations in forming Alabama Public Radio). Afterwards, she established her reputation as a stringer for NPR on the U.S. Gulf Coast. From 2005 to 2007, she was the host of Weekend All Things Considered. On September 2, 2007, she announced her decision to step down from the program. Former NPR Congressional reporter Andrea Seabrook replaced Elliot as WATC host. Elliot then reported on the 2008 presidential campaign and the United States Congress before returning to the South in 2009. References ^ http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=2100438 v · d · eNational Public Radio Productions All Things Considered · Morning Edition · Science Friday · Talk of the Nation · Tell Me More · Planet Money · The Thistle & Shamrock · Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me! · Weekend Edition Distributions America Abroad · Car Talk · The Diane Rehm Show · Fresh Air · From the Top · Latino USA · Mountain Stage · On Point · On the Media · Piano Jazz · Says You! · World Cafe Current personalities Noah Adams · Margot Adler · Tom Ashbrook · Melissa Block · Dee Dee Bridgewater · Farai Chideya · Neal Conan · Ira Flatow · Corey Flintoff · Bob Garfield · Brooke Gladstone · Terry Gross · Liane Hansen · Maria Hinojosa · Steve Inskeep · Carl Kasell · Ketzel Levine · Ray Magliozzi · Tom Magliozzi · Michel Martin · Marian McPartland · Bob Mondello · Renée Montagne · Michele Norris · Sylvia Poggioli · Guy Raz · Diane Rehm · Fiona Ritchie · Ken Rudin · Peter Sagal · Andrea Seabrook · Ari Shapiro · Richard Sher · Robert Siegel · Scott Simon · Lakshmi Singh · Susan Stamberg · Alison Stewart · Nina Totenberg · Craig Windham Former personalities Madeleine Brand · Alex Chadwick · Bob Edwards · Daniel Schorr · Juan Williams Former productions Bryant Park Project · Day to Day · Earplay · News & Notes · NPR Playhouse See also American Public Media · Public Radio International · Pacifica Radio · NPR local affiliates This article about a United States journalist is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e This United States biographical article related to radio is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e