Amy KileyAll Things Considered Host and Reporter
Amy fell in love with radio while serving as the news director of her college station, Northwestern University’s WNUR. She interned at Chicago Public Radio and WGVU in Grand Rapids before commencing her professional radio career as a host and reporter at WBOI in Indiana. After a few years at a Chicago-area magazine, Amy returned to radio as a host and show reporter at Milwaukee Public Radio. She has freelanced for NPR, Marketplace, Interfaith Voices and a number of print publications, and she's excited to be the new All Things Considered host/reporter for 90.7 News.
Along the way, Amy lived and performed media work in New Zealand and Argentina – and picked up graduate degrees in music and liturgy.
Recent Stories from Amy Kiley
For health and taste, most people prefer seafood as fresh as possible. This week, Restaurant Critic Scott Joseph reviews a sushi joint that raises the bar.
Spotlight now swings through trapeze artistry and choreographed acrobatics to land on the stages of Cirque du Soleil. Through Sunday, September 21, the innovative circus company is performing its traveling show, Varekai, at Orlando’s Amway Center. Central Florida has a resident Cirque du Soleil show – La Nouba at Downtown Disney. To mark Varekai’s visit, 90.7’s Amy Kiley spoke with the artistic directors of both shows. Varekai’s Fabrice Lemire was on the phone, and La Nouba’s Daniel Ross was in studio. Ross began by explaining how Cirque du Soleil transcends the typical three-ring acts. Information on Varekai’s visit is here and on La Nouba is here.
The Epcot International Food and Wine Festival runs until Nov. 10. Scott Joseph previews what is arguably the largest food and wine event in the U.S.
The Chicago Cubs has announced its top minor league team is leaving Central Florida. Meanwhile, other Major League Baseball teams could cut ties to the region.
The City of Orlando will sell its stake in the closed Crystal River nuclear power plant. At Monday’s council meeting City Commissioners voted to authorize the sale to operator Duke Energy Corporation.
Fine dining etiquette might be a mystery to the average restaurant-goer. To help with that special night out, Orlando Restaurant Critic Scott Joseph offers some advice on this week’s Spotlight. But, it’s less for diners than it is – for servers.