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.
The blaze broke out on East Clapier Street close to Germantown Ave.
Experts say an estimated 400 physicians and medical students commit suicide each year.
Thunder over the Boardwalk returns on Wednesday.
If you’re down the shore this weekend, BE CAREFUL! A rip current advisory remains in effect.
The new app was created and has launched in Philadelphia.
The Piazza at Schmidt’s Commons transformed into a wet DNC Watch Party
The Equality Forum presented them awards.
Over a dozen bars in Philadelphia’s Gayborhood helped raise money for the victims.
Dario Saric joined the Sixers on Friday, and spoke about the attempted coup in Turkey.
“I just called my parents, they’re safe right now,” says one Turkish student in Philadelphia.
A planning process to create new opportunities in a Philadelphia neighborhood kicked off Monday. A $100,000 grant was presented to help get the effort going.
Pokemon Go is sweeping through the nation, including in Philadelphia.
For a third straight night, protesters took to the streets of Philadelphia on Friday, expressing their anger over the police involved shooting deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile.
It was the perfect blend of beautiful weather and patriotism at Penn’s Landing Saturday for the second night of two Independence Day weekend fireworks shows on the waterfront.
As horrific as the Holocaust was, Rosenberg says it must be remembered. He calls Wiesel a “champion” in that regard.