A reporter, anchor, and editor for KYW Newsradio for decades, Lipton’s voice is well known to KYW listeners from her “Positively Philadelphia!” reports heard Sundays and Mondays.
Before joining Newsradio, Lipton was a reporter, producer, and ultimately executive editor for CBS 3 (KYW-TV).
Longtime radio listeners in the Delaware Valley will remember her newscasts on WFIL Radio, one of the most successful “Top 40” radio stations in the country at the time, where she was the station’s first female anchor.
She has won numerous awards for her journalism work including a special commendation from President Ronald Reagan for her news series on volunteerism, an Associated Press award for best television newscast, and two Emmy nominations.
In 2013 she was named “senior editor” at KYW Newsradio in recognition the expertise she brings to the newsroom and our broadcasts.
In addition to her work at KYW, Lipton is a part-time faculty member at Temple University, where she has taught since 1989. She has also taught at the University of Pennsylvania, and has been named to the Hall of Fame of Temple University’s School of Communications and Theatre.
A New York City native, Lipton holds a bachelor’s degree in radio, television, and film from Temple University. She lives in center city Philadelphia.
After more than a decade, the Martha Graham Dance Company is coming back to Philadelphia.
You don’t want to miss this exhibit at the National Museum of American Jewish History.
Kennedy said the conference brings together many experts, and also a “Shark Tank,” style competition open to anyone.
Al DiBartolo is one of the competitors on the Food Network’s new season of ‘Halloween Wars.’
Hundreds lined up for a shot at stardom as the world famous New York Apollo Theater tryouts came to Philadelphia.
At Azuka Theatre, patrons don’t pay anything until after the show.
The Logan wants Philadelphians to see this hotel as their living room and their second home.
The book is called “100 Things to Do in Philadelphia Before You Die,” but it’s much more than a guidebook for tourists. Author Irene Levy Baker says locals will find it interesting as well.
Cooking was used to help him recover from TBI.
One of the people who started flavored seltzer water used to live in Philadelphia, but you can still visit his house.
It’s about his lifelong relationship with former Eagles player Tommy McDonald.
Historic Philadelphia is looking for kids who like to write and tell stories.
There are classes, a job bank and a chance to meet other people making amazing things.
Positively Philadelphia: Valley Forge National Historical Park Remains A Hot Summer Destination For Many
In December of 1777, George Washington led a weary Continental army into Valley Forge, and for the next six months during a very difficult winter, the hills along the banks of the Schuylkill River would serve as the army’s home.
On this Memorial Day, we pay tribute to our many area veterans.
It’s a very special anniversary for the musical group that performs at different events around the area at no cost.
Hundreds of firefighters took to the grills to raise money for the Hero Thrill Show.
“It’s supposedly the most haunted house in Philadelphia,” says Powel House caretaker Jennifer Davidson.
At 244 South 3rd Street in Society Hill is the historic house museum — the Powel House.
On April 9th, the Forrest Theatre will be bursting with dancing and music as the Pennsylvania Ballet hosts a special one-night program to benefit MANNA.
On April 16th and 17th, historic mansions in Fairmount Park will fling open their doors and show off.
The Black Powder Tavern in Wayne is now a bustling restaurant, but in the 1700s, it had a secret.
It’s always fascinating to hear what visitors to this area think, and particularly travel writers who visit cities all over the world.
As we celebrate Women’s History Month, we look at Laurel Hill Mansion, a historic house in Fairmount Park built in 1767 by Rebecca Rawle.
When you think of Philadelphia and what started here on the food scene, you may not think of this fruit.
Sometimes it seems that Philadelphia is turning into one big art gallery.
People complain about doing laundry all the time, but a new exhibit at the Betsy Ross House will put it in perspective.
The Wilma Theater, along the Avenue of the Arts South, is gearing up for some big projects.
Auditions to sing in a production called ‘The Christians’ will be held December 5 and 6 beginning at 2 p.m. each day at the Wilma Theater.
The first year, they served 17 families. Now, it’s in the hundreds.