Andy Bloom - Biography
Andy Bloom is best known as the program director who launched the first ever Howard Stern radio simulcasts (in Philadelphia and later Los Angeles) spawning today's national morning shows.
Stern is among the many well known air talents, C-Suite executives and members of Congress Bloom has advised or coached. In addition to content development and coaching high-profile personalities, Bloom is a tested crisis manager, a master communications and PR manager, a strategic marketer, and a top marketing researcher.
Bloom is a trusted political operative and served as communications director for Congressman Michael R. Turner, R-Ohio. He worked both in Turner's congressional office and on two highly successful re-election campaigns.
For the past eight years Bloom has worked as operations manager for CBS Radio in Philadelphia, overseeing Talk Radio 1210 WPHT and Sports Radio 94WIP, leading it to record ratings and market leading revenues. The National Association of Broadcasters named WIP as a Marconi Award finalist four consecutive years (2012, 2013, 2014, and 2015).
He currently resides in Ardmore, Pa., with his wife of 12 years and 7-year-old twins.