Soterios Johnson

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Soterios Johnson is the local host of NPR's Morning Edition on New York City's public radio station, WNYC.[1][2]

A New Jersey native, Johnson worked at WKCR while earning his undergraduate degree from Columbia University, in American history in 1990.[3] He later received a master's degree from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. His first name comes from his Greek heritage.

Influence on music[edit]

His name is the inspiration for the name of New York City band Satirius Johnson.

Jonathan Coulton, a folk-rock artist also based in New York, wrote a song called "Dance, Soterios Johnson, Dance" that presents a fictionalized secret life of Johnson as a club-goer.



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