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Amy Kiley

Amy Kiley

All 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



Scott Joseph | RusTeak



This week on Spotlight, Orlando Restaurant Critic Scott Joseph praises a College Park restaurant for its food and service.  He also explains how to find the building and read the odd names on the menu.


Photo by Amy Kiley, http://www.wmfe.org/spotlight-orlando-museum-of-art-decks-the-halls/

Local Economist Predicts a Profitable Black Friday



An area economist predicts a profitable Black Friday for local retailers. 90.7 News Economic Analyst Hank Fishkind says Central Florida’s outlook for holiday shopping is even better than elsewhere in the country.




New State Commission Seeks Equal Access to Civil Justice



The new Florida Commission on Access to Civil Justice will seek to provide people with representation in court, regardless of income. Florida Supreme Court Chief Justice Jorge Labarga signed an order to create it Monday.





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