Andy Adler is the sports director and a sports anchor for PIX11 News and host of the station’s Sunday night sports show.

Additionally, Andy hosts the pre-game for the Giants, Yankees and Jets.

Prior to moving back to New York, Adler was working at NBC in Los Angeles where she was the co-anchor of “Today in LA” weekend edition, and reporter for “Today in LA,” weekdays.

While at NBC, Adler hosted the weekly sports segment for “Prime Time News LA,” a segment that gained notoriety for bringing out the personal side of some the biggest sports icons in the nation.

Andy’s reports regularly appeared on the evening news. While at NBC, Adler also made appearances on MSNBC.
While in Los Angeles, Adler co-hosted the Laker’s pre and post game shows; co-hosting with NBA legends, James Worthy, Kurt Rambis, and Rob Horry.

Adler also hosted the nightly live hour show, “Access SportsNet,” airing on the home of the Lakers, Time Warner Cable SportsNet.

Before LA, Andy was a sports anchor and fill-in host of “Good Day New York” at WNYW, the Fox owned-and-operated station in New York. She also co-hosted the popular weekly series “Sports Extra” and was a field reporter for the Giants’ post and pre-game shows at the station.

During her tenure with Fox, Andy covered the New York Giant’s play-off run and victory of SuperBowl 42, serving as the field reporter from location.

While in New York, Adler also covered the Yankees’ 2009 World Series Championship, “Getting champagne thrown over my head in the Yankee’s locker-room by Mariano Rivera will always be one of my favorite moment”; the MLB All-Star Game; and hosted the New York City Triathlon.

Prior to being the sports anchor for Fox in New York, Adler served as host of “American Latino TV,” a nationally syndicated, weekly magazine program focusing on American and foreign-born Latinos making a positive impact in American society. “Few people know that my first language was actually Spanish.” Simultaneously, Andy hosted co-hosted the evening magazine show “Eye on the Desert” and reported for the 6 p.m. newscast at the CBS affiliate in Palm Springs, California.

Andy began her on-air broadcasting career at the age of 20 when she became a reporter for KSBW, the NBC affiliate located in the Monterey/Salinas market…making appearances on the NBC affiliate in San Francisco.

Andy graduated with honors from Stanford University, where she served as news director and anchor for the University’s television station, while also interning for the sports department at KPIX, the CBS affiliate in San Francisco.

During her time at Stanford, Andy took time off from school to move to New York and intern for the ‘Late Show with David Letterman’.

Adler puts it simply, “I’m a fan of the sports fan. I love the passion and respect the loyalty. and I’m driven by the stories behind just the X’s and O’s. Understanding what drives each player, only make the games that much more fun to watch.”

Recent Articles
  • ‘Sports Oscars’ with Andy Adler

    The Oscars are the biggest night in entertainment, but now the Oscars have some competition – or at least a reason to turn the channel during a commercial break. Andy Adler gives us her version of the Sports Oscars.

  • Tennis icons Andy Roddick, Jim Courier face off in cooking competition

    The New York Open is in full swing! We all know that tennis icons Jim Courier and Andy Roddick can play, but can they cook? Andy Adler served as judge and host to find out.

  • Andy Adler goes one-on-one with Darryl Strawberry

    Andy Adler goes one-on-one with Darryl Strawberry. Here’s a small part of their conversation:

  • Andy Adler to co-host ‘Taste of New York Open’ with Andy Roddick and Jim Courier

    Andy Adler will co-host the Taste of New York Open with Andy Roddick and Jim Courier this Saturday. It all kicks off with the player’s party and you’re invited. Doors open at 6 p.m. at the Nassau Coliseum. Check these links for a discount codes:

  • Andy Adler goes one-on-one with Aaron Boone

    Yesterday Aaron Judge said that he would switch positions if it meant Bryce Harper would join the Yankees. Andy Adler found out what manager Aaron Boone thought of all this. Take a look:

  • Andy Adler on New York Knicks and Enes Kanter

    At this moment, Knicks fans are chanting “we want Kanter.” This is the second time in only a few days that Knicks fans have demanded Enes Kanter play. Kanter says that his coach isn’t telling him why he won’t play his big man. Andy Adler says communication is pivotal. Take a listen as Andy shares her insight on the situation.

  • Andy Adler goes one-on-one with Hall of Famer Mariano Rivera

    On Tuesday, Mariano Rivera became the first player to ever be unanimously elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame. Over the course of his career, Andy Adler has interviewed him over two dozen times both in Spanish and in English. Here’s an interview where Andy asks the former Yankees closer about growing up in poverty, Alex Rodriguez, and the HOF (before being elected). Take a look!

  • Andy Adler tries her hand at ping pong for charity

    Check out Andy Adler participating in the UNICEF celebrity pong pong tournament and tried her hand at table tennis.  The Spin NYC event brought in dozens of athletes to support the cause. Here, Andy goes one-on-one with boxing champion Bud Crawford (aka Terence Crawford) and holds her own pretty well !

  • Andy Adler’s thoughts on Odell Beckham Jr.

    Andy Adler doesn’t hold back. Take a listen to Andy’s thoughts on Odell Beckham Jr.

  • Andy Adler goes one-on-one with JA Happ

    Prior to Wednesday night’s Wild Card game, Andy Adler goes on-on-one with Yankees’ JA Happ.

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