Georgia Public Radio
Susanna Capelouto is Georgia Public Radio's news director.
Susanna Capelouto appears in the following:
Tuesday, September 10, 2013
Airlines are pulling out the stops to keep their elite frequent fliers. But Delta has raised the bar — using a sports car to shuttle late passengers to their connecting planes.
Thursday, July 25, 2013
This week, Georgia announced it is withdrawing from the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness in College and Career (PARCC), one of two consortia developing standardized tests for the Common Core. The Core is the set of national K-12 education standards in math and English language arts that has been adopted by 46 states. Georgia officials say the cost of the tests is too high and many schools don't have the computer technology the tests would require.
Tuesday, July 20, 2010
Ahead of today's primary elections, politicians in Georgia tried to overcome voter apathy with increasingly pointed advertisements and anti-incumbent rhetoric.
Wednesday, January 20, 2010
We check in with two states, Missouri and Georgia – both states that went to Sen. John McCain in 2008 – to see how voters view President Obama today and what they think he needs to do going forward.
Tuesday, November 03, 2009
It's election day, and Atlanta may be on the verge of electing their first white mayor since 1969: Mary Norwood, a city council member for eight years. Georgia Public Broadcasting's Susanna Capelouto surveys the scene and the potential for making history and joins us from outside the polls. She also explains why turnout is expected to be as low as 30% today.
Wednesday, September 23, 2009
Georgia and much of the Southeast is recuperating from the heavy rains and floods that destroyed homes and cars this week. Ten people have officially been reported dead because of the floods. Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue declared a state of emergency and has asked the federal government for assistance. For an update on the situation, we speak to Susanna Capelouto, news director for Georgia Public Broadcasting, and Angela Olson, whose house was damaged in the flooding.
Tuesday, February 10, 2009
Senate Democrats advanced the $800 billion plus stimulus bill yesterday, but just three Republicans voted for the bill in a procedural vote, and no additional Republican support is expected in the final vote today. Even though they don't support the bill, Republican Senators pushed for many changes in it. Takeaway Correspondent Andrea Bernstein and Susanna Capelouto, News Director of Georgia Public Broadcasting, join Todd and Katherine to talk through why that might be.
Follow the dollars online
and tell us
how the stimulus plan is playing out in your community. We're sharing your stories online and on air, and we'll continue the investigation with your help.
Tuesday, January 20, 2009
While Washington, D.C. is the center of attention today, we are gathering reactions to these historic events from across the country. The conversation continues now as we turn to Adam Arlington at KWMU in St. Louis and Susanna Capelouto, news director at Georgia Public Broadcasting in Atlanta.
Monday, December 22, 2008
How hard is it to get to the airport via public transportation? We hit the road in Atlanta, Denver, and New York to find out.
Tuesday, December 02, 2008
If you thought the election was long over, you haven’t been to Georgia lately. For a look at how national politics is playing out in the final round of the election, we turn to Georgia Public Broadcast’s Susanna Capelouto.
Thursday, November 13, 2008
Thursday, November 06, 2008
Georgia is still red for a fourth consecutive presidential election, but in the Senate race, things aren't clear two days after Election Day. Votes are still being counted, and there may well be a runoff election called for Dec. 2 between Republican incumbent Saxby Chambliss and Democratic challenger Jim Martin. Georgia Public Broadcasting News Director Susanna Capelouto explains the status of the race, while Paul Gronke, director of the Early Voting Information Center at Reed College, scores Tuesday's voting process.
Wednesday, November 05, 2008