Justin Udo is a reporter and editor at KYW Newsradio 1060.
He got his start in radio as an intern at his hometown CBS station, KDKA in Pittsburgh. He first came on board KYW Newsradio in 2009, working as a desk assistant, service aide, and reporter for “Hear Philly.”
In 2011, Justin took a position at Federal News Radio, in Washington, DC, where he worked as a producer for “In Depth” with Francis Rose. That job entailed covering the business of federal government, handling topics ranging from federal contracts to cyber-security issues.
In 2012, Udo came back to the CBS family, working as an editor for WNEW Radio in Washington, DC. He also helped start up the CBS Federal News service gov.biz radio, where he worked as a reporter, editor, and midday anchor.
Justin is from Pittsburgh, Pa. He is a 2007 graduate of Indiana University of Pennsylvania and a 2008 graduate of Syracuse University’s SI Newhouse School of Communications, where he concentrated in broadcast journalism.
Justin is also an author of children’s books. In his spare time he enjoys running, watching cartoons, writing haiku, and designing his own comic strips.
Tareeq “Black Thought” Trotter of the Roots surprised dozens of students at South Philadelphia High School Wednesday with tickets to his music group’s 10th annual festival.
Students at the LEAP Academy University Charter School in Camden are planting tomatoes, greens, peppers, watermelons and much more as part of an agricultural program.
Students at the Overbrook School for the Blind in Philadelphia got out of the classroom on Thursday.
A mom graduating from Rutgers-Camden gets a special surprise that was thousands of miles in the making.
A change in taxes may be on the way for air traffic control workers at Philadelphia International Airport.
America’s infrastructure has a D+ grade, and is ranked 20th in the world according to the American Society of Engineers.
Police in Gloucester County say a second person has died following a crash on the Black Horse Pike linked to possible racing.
Wizards and witches, armed with wands and pointed hats all packed into the Theatre of the Living Arts on South Street on Sunday afternoon for “Potter-Con.”
A returning citizen who learned culinary and life skills at local non-profit food bank Philabundance, goes back to where it all started to help others make a positive changes in their lives.
A New Jersey Republican who played a key role in helping the GOP-led U.S. House pass an Affordable Care Act replacement bill will meet with voters Wednesday in his first town hall since the bill passed.
With summer right around the corner, a lot of us will pack up the car and go on a road trip…and that trip may include the family pet.
It was a day of pampering and beauty treatments for some special young ladies who have all undergone facial surgery at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
Administrators from all across the country met in Philadelphia to compare notes on best practices for community schools.
A Philadelphia high school gets a major jolt to its robotics program.
‘It Won’t Be Tolerated’: Councilman Johnson Responds To Arson Fire That Damaged 11 Homes In Point Breeze
City Councilman Kenyatta Johnson is weighing in on the blaze that happened just blocks from his home.
A favorite Philadelphia son who died in 2006, after a battle with Leukemia is now being honored in a way that’s uniquely Philadelphian.
A food co-op breaks ground in the Kensington section of Philadelphia.
Discrimination from establishments in the Gayborhood is an issue minorities in the LGBTQ community have faced for years.
A few former Philadelphia Eagles players bring some of the NFL Draft festivities from the Parkway to sick kids stuck in the hospital during the big event.
From tombstone vandalism, to harassment, and threats Anti-Semitic hate crimes in Pennsylvania and New Jersey see a double digit surge according to a national audit.
A Central North Philadelphia ribbon cutting, nearly two decades in the making, gives senior citizens a recreation center to finally call their own.
Some of Philadelphia’s littlest residents learned a big lesson by designing and painting their own community mural as part of the Painting For Prevention Project.
A day to remember the people who died in the Holocaust, and those who survived.
Stop-and-go’s are usually corner stores or gas stations that have liquor or restaurant licenses.
A march in the name of science is slated to take over the streets of Center City Philadelphia on Saturday as part of a World Earth Day celebration.
A caravan of limousines dropped off many of the people participating in the 15th annual Human Services Foundation Spring Gala at a ball room in East Norriton.
Some city kids get a feel for country life, all in the name of education as Spring is sheep shearing season where their wool is cut, and put to use.
A nine-year-old Philadelphia boy is dedicating his time and money to help kids going through a tough time have a happy Easter.
A conversation held Wednesday evening at a Center City law firm focused on how Philadelphia can become a national leader in prison reform and reentry.
For many of the people who have been trapped between home and work barely getting a chance to take in the sun, they are hoping Tuesday was the start of warmer things to come.