Andrew Stelzer is an award winning radio producer and news reporter, currently working as a producer at the National Radio Project in Oakland, CA
From 2004-2006, he was the senior reporter and anchor at WMNF radio in Tampa, FL. From 2001-2004 he was based out of KBOO community radio in Portland, Oregon, where he also worked as KBOO’s youth advocate, supervising the stations’ youth collective.
Andrews radio work has been featured nationally and Internationally on programs including Marketplace, the BBC's The World, Weekend America, Free Speech Radio News, Latino USA, Independent Native News, Radio France International's Crossroads, and the Workers Independent News Service.
Andrew has written for In These Times, The St. Petersburg Times, Ode, Creative Loafing, The Sante Fe New Mexican, E Magazine, Clamor, and The New Standard News; his work has been featured in Utne Reader's online Short Takes.
Andrew was awarded first place in the 2006 National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association/Seigenthaler Excellence in Radio Journalism compitition. Hes also received excellence in journalism awards from the Society of Professional Journalists in 2001 and 2004, and a scholarship to the Narco News School of Authentic Journalism in 2003--in the schools’ 2004 session in Cochabamba, Bolivia, he was a professor in the radio program.
Andrew has conducted radio production trainings for the Radio and Television News Directors Foundation, and for Free Speech Radio News, in numerous locations, including Algeria; Bolivia; Jordan; Mexico; New Orleans; Tampa; Mississippi; Immokalee, FL; and Portland, OR.