Andrew Kramer multitasks at KYW Newsradio as a General Assignment Reporter, Digital Content Producer, Social Media Editor and Morning Drive Writer. He also covers local events for KYW’s online tourism program HearPHILLY.
Andrew began his career at KYW as a part-time desk assistant in October 2007.
A graduate of Upper Dublin High School, he received a degree in journalism from Penn State University. While there he anchored, reported, and produced for the “Centre County Report” (a weekly, student-run news program) and co-hosted a sports radio show on ComRadio, a PSU station.
He has also interned at WJAC-TV in State College, Pa. and spent several summers interning at radio station WBCB in Levittown, Pa. as a news and sports reporter.
Andrew is a huge fan of Philly sports. The Phillies in particular are his passion. In his spare time, you can find him at Citizens Bank Park cheering for his team, or relaxing “down the shore,” either on the beach or out boating.
You can follow him on Twitter @KramerKYW.
A Montgomery County man has been arrested for allegedly fencing jewelry and other items taken from homes in the Philadelphia suburbs.
“We’re going to ceremonially sit on the wall, light our joints,” says PhillyNORML’s Chris Goldstein.
Motorists heading into New Jersey from Pennsylvania and vice versa have one less option for the time being.
Bullying was the focus of a youth summit Thursday night in Wynewood.
Helping the homeless was a big part of MLK Day of Service throughout the region.
The 35 writers took to the stage…
The Marriott in Center City was shaded yellow Saturday night.
Residents and authorities gathered in Tacony Thursday night to talk safety after a neighborhood synagogue was vandalized twice recently.
Tuesday is National Cut Your Energy Costs Day.
A rare opportunity at the Kimmel Center for dozens of musicians from all across our region.
Hundreds and hundreds of people packed inside the Free Library of Philadelphia Friday night.
The perfect end to a Philly tradition…
Fireworks exploded into the chilly night sky along Philadelphia’a waterfront.
So what do you think of 2016?
Those Christmas trees will likely stay lit in your house for another week or so. After that, it’s time to figure out what to do with them.