Senior Special Projects Producer, Marketplace, American Public Media
Utilizing transmedia production models to craft a single narrative storytelling experience across platforms Judge
Tommy Andres is the Senior Special Projects Producer at Marketplace, a public radio program about business and the economy. He oversees and produces major multimedia initiatives, most recently concluding “Divided Decade,” a year-long project exploring how the 2008 financial crisis changed America. He has launched several successful series including “I’ve Always Wondered” and “My Economy.” Additionally, he reported episodes for Marketplace podcasts “The Uncertain Hour” and “Actuality,” and ran a collaborative multimedia project with “Frontline” and PBS NewsHour titled “How the Deck is Stacked.” Before joining Marketplace, Andres was the host of CNN’s daily podcast “News Day,” working with a team of talented reporters and producers to contextualize the headlines. He also reported and produced original stories and videos for CNN TV and CNN.com, covering everything from presidential campaigns to python hunts. He cut his teeth in professional journalism as a TV reporter for WLAJ in Lansing, Michigan. Andres holds a B.A. in journalism from Michigan State University.