Katie Meyer is a reporter working for WHYY formerly WITF, a public FM radio station licensed to serve Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She covers politics, policy, power, and elections at all levels of government. People are wondering who Katie Meyer is after she appeared on MSNBC as a punditry being one of those moments she has appeared on a Television Channel. Of course, many of her listeners on WHYY radio were able to immediately recognize her voice.
Katie Meyer Career
Before coming to Philadelphia, she covered state politics as Harrisburg bureau chief for WITF and hosted the station’s politics podcast. She has worked as a Political Intern Inside City Hall at NY1 from Jan 2016 to May 2016.
In her Linkedin, she writes that she worked at WFUV for 2 years (Jan 2014 to May 2016) and is a News Anchor, Reporter, and Podcast Host. As reporter, pitch, cover, and produce cut/copies, wraps, super spots, and features. Katie also wrote and anchored the noon and PM broadcasts. Hosting and developing a new WFUV Issues Tank podcast.
Katie Worked at The Fordham Ram as a Managing Editor from Jan 2013 to Dec 2015. Her duties included coordinating writers and editors, pitching, developing, and approving stories, creating final layouts, making executive copy edits, and regularly contributing reported stories.
Katie Meyer Age
She is in her 20s based on the year she graduated from college.
Katie Meyer Education
She went to Fordham University for a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), in Communication and Media Studies from 2012 to 2016. While still a student, Katie worked as a News and Production Intern for UP with Steve Kornacki at MSNBCUP from Jun 2015 until Aug 2015. As an intern, she Pitched, researched, and transcribed video content for show segments. She also assisted with guests and logistics during filming.
Katie Meyer Twitter
Katie goes by the handle @katieemeyer4 on her Twitter. She writes in the about section that she works as a political reporter for WHYY formerly WITF.
regret to inform that i am pivoting to punditry! https://t.co/Jyf8ISlRih
— Katie Meyer (@katieemeyer4) May 18, 2022