Andrew Cromwell arrives at Global News after 25 years in the Saint John radio industry.
Andrew began his career as a sportscaster at the legendary CFBC radio in the Port City in the late 1980’s before moving on to the news side at K-100 radio in the early 1990’s.
He took a brief hiatus from the industry in 2003 and was a stay-at-home dad to his two young sons.
By 2005 the radio bug had bitten again and he moved on to News 88.9 in Saint John where he spent nine years as the Morning News Anchor and Editor.
Andrew has also sat behind the microphone in many a hockey arenaa, serving as public address announcer for the AHL’s Saint John Flames and for a few years with the Saint John Sea Dogs.
In his spare time Andrew enjoys spending time with his wife Melanie and sons Sam and Will.
He is very excited to bring his knowledge of Saint John and its variety and always interesting mix of stories to Global.
Andrew hopes all who tuned in to him behind the mic will continue to do so as he moves to his exciting new role in front of the camera.
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