Amy EddingsHost/Producer “Morning Edition”
Expertise: Hosting live radio, writing and producing newscasts, Downtown Cleveland, reporting on abortion, fibersheds, New York City subway system, coffee
Education: The Ohio State University - Bachelor of Arts
Favorite spot in Northeast Ohio: Solstice Steps in Lakewood
Amy Eddings is a writer and journalist who has worked at Ideastream Public Media as host of NPR's “Morning Edition” since 2017. She also hosted NPR's “All Things Considered” on WNYC in New York for 10 years. Amy was also a general assignment reporter for WNYC with a focus on the environment and solid waste management. She covered the 9/11 terrorist attack on the World Trade Center. She was a lifestyle reporter and columnist for The Lima News in Lima, Ohio. Amy's writing has also appeared in Guideposts Magazine and she's performed at Story Club Cleveland.
- 2020 Alliance for Women in Media Gracie Award, Host/Anchor Non-Commercial Local Radio
- 2019 Ohio Society of Professional Journalists Award, Best Radio Anchor
- 2003 Society of Professional Journalists Sigma Chi Delta Award, Investigative Reporting
- 2003 Investigative Reporters and Editors prize for radio
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The Port of Cleveland says it can no longer store the city's last two historic Hulett iron ore unloaders. Can preservationists save some parts before they're scrapped?
Your live-cut Christmas tree can be used as habitat for birds, rabbits and even fish.
Fairview Park Mayor-Elect Bill Schneider is new to politics. What will he do to address flooding and the Gemini Center pools, which have been closed for two years?
Ideastream Public Media's Amy Eddings speaks with "Political Junkie" podcast host and former NPR Political Editor Ken Rudin about Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan's failed bid for House speaker.
“Ohio After Roe” captures the state in a moment of upheaval after Roe v. Wade was overturned and Ohio’s ban on abortion after six weeks of pregnancy went into effect.
On June 12, 2023, Ideastream Public Media launches daily statewide stories called "Today From The Ohio Newsroom." The Ohio Newsroom's Managing Editor, Clare Roth, says the series will tell the stories of communities in Ohio's "news deserts."
The video from Salem shows sparks beneath the train's railcars. The footage was first reported by the Pittsburgh Post Gazette.
"Ohio After Roe" launches on the weekend that Roe v. Wade turns 50. Ideastream Public Media's Amy Eddings talks about what she experienced and learned during this project.