Currently working as NFL Network's Chief Correspondent for Safety Issues for the NFL Network and Player Health, as well as HBO's correspondent for the show Real Sports with Bryant Grumbel, Andrea Kremer is an American TV sports journalist. She is married to John Steinberg, a University of Massachusetts Bostons' archaeologist and the couple have a son, William Steinberg. The following is her bio's compilation.
Born on 25th February 1959 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Kremer attended the Friends Select School and graduated from the University of Pennsylvania. She started her career into TV in 1982, and worked for Chronicle, the largest newspaper agency in Pennsylvania until 1984. After joining NFL's Film division as the first ever female producer the same year, Kremer produced short films or documentaries on NFL themes; This is the NFL, Inside NFL, Gift of Grab, The All Pro Dream among many other notables ones. Kremer became ESPN's very first female correspondent after joining the channel in 1989, and her career really took off since then. Some of the shows she worked in are Outside the Lines, Sunday NFL Countdown, Sports Center. She worked for NBC from 2006 to 2012, and has been currently working for HBO since 2007 as well as NFL Network since 2012.
Kremer won an Emmy Award nomination in 1984 for a film on NFL that was written, edited and directed by her, titled Autumn Ritual. A poll conducted in September 1997 by the P.O.V magazine elected voted her as the Best Female Sportscaster. Having worked for NBC and HBO, she is a correspondent for HBO's Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel, a show that won an Emmy Award. She has been awarded the Emmy Award twice in her career (in 2001 and 2005), and was also given the PRISM Award in 2005 for her report on Dexter Manley, a former NFL player's addiction and substance abuse. In 2011, Kremer was ranked by Working Mother Magazine as one of the Most Influential Moms in the US. The LA Times named her the best interviewer in the business of covering the NFL, the TV Guide named her among TV's best sports correspondents, and she also has to her credit being listed by The Matador Sports as one of the 10 greatest female sportscasters of all time. She surely does deserve all the accolades coming her way; she certainly is one of the most experienced of all the female sportscaster our there having covered more than 20 Super Bowls, the NBA Finals and All-Star Game, Major League Baseball League Championship Series and All-Star Game, college football bowl games, Stanley Cup Playoffs and Finals, NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament, US Olympic Basketball and Swimming Trials, and the PGA Championship.
Kremer is 5.2 feet, and her net worth is approximated to be around $4 million. Her annual salary is said to be $500 thousand per year. She can be followed for updates on twitter through @Andrea_Kremer , as well as on many other social medias. Kremer currently resides in Massachusetts with her family. She teaches The Art of the Interview at Boston University's College of Communication, and has guest lectured at many prominent universities like Stanford, Winthrop, DePaul and Endicott College.