Born in the year of 1959 on the 25th of February at Philadelphia in the state of Pennsylvania, Andrea Kremer is an Emmy award winning sports journalist for television from the United States of America. She is currently employed at the NFL Network as the network’s Chief Correspondent where she is the leading authority to cover news on the safety and health and any other critical issues that the sportsmen may be facing.
Andrea completed her graduation from the Friends Select School at Pennsylvania and was then a student at the famous University of Pennsylvania. While studying at the University of Pennsylvania, Andrea was a member of the famous sorority knows as the Phi Sigma Sigma and was an ardent pursuant of the ballet by having performed at the famous Philadelphia Civic Ballet Company.
Andrea began her career in the year of 1982 by becoming a sports editor for the Main Line Chronicle in Pennsylvania in Ardmore which at that point of time was the largest weekly newspaper in the state. Andrea’s mother who happened to be the production arm for the National Football League at that point of time urged Andrea to apply for a position there.
Andrea quit her job at the Chronicle in the year of 1984 and went on to join the NFL Films and became the first female producer for the series. Her first assignment happened to be the HBO program named Inside The NFL. Andrea held on to that job until the year of 1989 working as a director, producer and in general an on-air personality. Andrea has to her production credits Gift of Grab, All the Best and The All Pro Dream Team. Andrea earned herself an Emmy award nomination in the year of 1986 for having written and edited for the NFL special film the Autumn Ritual. While working at the NFL Films, Andrea worked as a reporter for the Philadelphia Eagles on a pre-game show on the famous WIP-AM.
In the year of 2014, Andrea became a cast member on the We Need to Talk team which was an all-female sports show televised nationally, the first of its kind. Airing in the prime time which featured a women’s panelist on rotation which discussed topics pertaining to news related to sports. When the show ended, it earned the Gracie Grand Award for the On-Air Talent Sports Program category. In the year of 1989, Andrea became the first female correspondent for the ESPN. She served as a correspondent based out of Chicago and then moved base to Los Angeles in the year of 1994 to work there as a correspondent.
At the ESPN news network, Andrea worked at the Outside the Lines, Monday Night Countdown, Sunday NFL Countdown, SportsCenter and also made small contributions to ESPNEWS, ESPN Radio and ESPN.com. She also conducted round table conferences for a show called Up Close. The show was based on telling stories of drug abuse, domestic violence and sexual assault victims on a national level.
Last Modified: 04 Aug, 2018