Andy Bloom has an established track record as one of the most successful radio programmers in the world. Andy has programmed stations in Philadelphia, Los Angeles, and other markets. He has won numerous awards. He is perhaps most known for pioneering the first Howard Stern Simulcast.
Outside of our great nation, Andy has done an array of international radio work. He worked in Buenos Aries, Argentina; Budapest, Hungary; and in several locations in the Middle East.
Andy Bloom has been Vice President of Programming for major broadcast companies. Advising dozens of stations across the US and Canada while working for leading media consulting companies, as well as through his own company, Andy Bloom Communications. He has advised CEOs and Presidents of leading broadcast companies as well as Members of Congress.
Politics has always been Andy's second love. He spent five years in Washington, working as a communications direction for an Ohio congressman. He has remained active in political inner circles ever since.
Andy Bloom has a unique blend of creative and analytical skills. With a background in research, his solutions start with data. As Executive Vice President of a major media research company, he designed, conducted, analyzed, wrote and presented hundreds of research projects for media outlets around the world. In addition, Bloom has conducted research on a wide range of consumer products, as well as political polling.