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
Florida’s “Stand Your Ground” law continues to draw national attention. The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights held a briefing on it Friday in Orlando.
Orlando restaurant critic Scott Joseph has a positive review for Pig Floyd’s. He just had figure what kind of food it serves first.
Scott Batterson is set to find out Friday how many years he’s likely to spend behind bars. The former Orlando-Orange County Expressway Authority board member is due in court for a sentencing hearing.
The Orange County Board of Commissioners wants the courts to overturn Florida’s ban on same-sex marriage. The board voted Tuesday to sign an amicus brief making that request.
Governor Rick Scott and Democratic challenger Charlie Crist remain neck and neck in polls, elevating the importance of swing voters in Florida’s I-4 corridor. Analysts think Central Florida Hispanics, in particular, have the power to pick the next governor.
Spotlight continues its month-long look at events that unfold after sunset. A few times a year, the Central Florida Zoo in Sanford holds a Night Hike to give visitors a peak at what happens after the gates close each evening – and some of the animals come to life.