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.
The office is now taking steps to make sure they have enough teachers to support the children entering the program.
A local company makes a push to get more women into the cybersecurity workforce.
Solarize Philly is a citywide program aimed at helping all Philadelphians go solar at home.
Computer science takes center stage, as the school district of Philadelphia looks to prepare its students for the digital job market.
Carrying basketballs, footballs, board games and dolls, Santa Claus stopped by the Fairhill Police Athletic League on Monday to bring gifts to the boys and girls there.
Dozens of cyclists gathered at the Art Museum in a ride of remembrance for 24-year-old Emily Fredricks.
A gingerbread house contest, with a Philadelphia-centric theme, to help college students finish their semester on top.
Friends, family, and community members gathered for a vigil Wednesday night at Loring and Erdlick Streets in Mayfair where Kevin Cullen was fatally beaten.
On Tuesday, Governor Wolf stopped by the Independence Blue Cross Foundation in Philadelphia to talk about the state’s opioid epidemic.
If you’re hoping to find that perfect Christmas tree, you might be disappointed.
A local group is making sure thousands of people with life-threatening illnesses are able to enjoy a Thanksgiving dinner with all the fixings, while in the comfort of the own homes.
A neighborhood comes together to morn the loss of one of their own, and honor him over a special thanksgiving dinner.
Hundreds of people gathered at The Philadelphia Museum of Art to take part in the annual Christmas tree lighting.
A joint effort between the Philadelphia Mural Arts Program and the Streets Department is looking to make sure more garbage, ends up in trash cans, by making them visually stimulating.
Turkey, stuffing, potatoes and pie, are just part of the thousands of Thanksgiving dinners being distributed to people across Philadelphia.
Thanksgiving comes a little early for some area residents, who might otherwise spend the holiday alone.
The AACR Philadelphia Marathon kicks off on Saturday, and there are some big changes going on this year for runners, spectators, and people who plan on spending time in the city.
Even though the season is over, all of the Philadelphia Phillies home runs are still paying off.
The fire last month took down a neighborhood staple and displaced nearly a dozen people living nearby.
For the last 19 years, The Marian Anderson award has been given to artists who have used their work and their platform to better society.
Fetterman who announced his candidacy Tuesday morning says his work as mayor of the small town translates perfectly into Lieutenant governor for the entire state.
Local companies gathered in Center City to learn best practices on what they can do to help prevent violence in the workplace.
Shortly after Hurricane Maria and Irma devastated the island of Puerto Rico, officials in Philadelphia made it clear that they would do everything in their power to help displaced residents.
Local organizations are teaming up to make sure drivers and trick-or-treaters stay safe this Halloween.
After more than six years of service to the community, a local arson dog is going into retirement.
Montgomery County Judge Kelly Wall says over the last several years they’ve seen increased incident numbers of children on the spectrum coming into court on custody related cases.
Sedgeley Club on Boathouse Row was founded in 1897 by a group of forward thinking athletic women.
Concilio in North Philadelphia provides social, educational, and cultural services with an emphasis on the area’s Latino community.
First place in the competition, wins $1000 in cash.
Halloween comes to the Philadelphia Zoo as little trick-or-treaters get to see the animals, collect some candy, and learn a thing or two along the way.