Andy Adler

Studio anchor for Time Warner Cable SportsNet

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During her time at Stanford, Adler took time off to move to New York and intern for the “Late Show with David Letterman.” She still managed to graduate on time. She later returned to NBC as a page just two days after graduating. A month later, she got a job as editorial assistant for KNBC.


It’s no secret where Andy Adler obtained her love of sports: “My mom knows more about sports than any guy I know,” she says.

That knowledge and passion was passed on to Adler, who has stayed close to sports while growing up in Southern California, graduating with honors from Stanford, and rising in her profession through stops in Northern and Southern California as well as New York.

Adler’s skills and talents make her a perfect fit as studio anchor for Time Warner Cable SportsNet. And her Southern California roots give her unique insight on what the region’s fans want in their sports coverage.

“Any great product is the result of great people, and that’s exactly what TWC SportsNet and Deportes is built on,” she says. “No ego, no nonsense, no job too small or too big.

“The people I get to work with every day are working very hard to make sure that L.A. sports fans get the product they deserve,” she says. “It’s a big responsibility to relay that to our audience. But simply put: I’m excited, I’m proud and we’re ready to rock.”

Before joining the networks, Adler served as an anchor and reporter at KNBC-TV in Los Angeles, co-anchoring “Today in LA” and reporting the weekly sports segment for “Prime Time News LA.” The Prime Time segment gained notoriety for Adler’s in-depth interviews with some of the most familiar faces in the nation.

From 2007-10, the Stanford Alum, was a sports anchor at WNYW-TV in New York City and fill-in host for “Good Day New York.” While there, she covered the New York Giants and their Super Bowl victory in 2008 and the New York Yankees’ World Series Championship in 2009.

From 2006 to 2007, Adler co-hosted the evening magazine show “Eye on the Desert” for KPSP-TV in Palm Springs while also hosting “American Latino TV,” a nationally syndicated weekly magazine program. She got her start in television on KSBW-TV in Monterey and Salinas.

Adler graduated with honors from Stanford University where she served as news director and anchor for the Stanford television station. She also worked as an intern for the sports department for the CBS affiliate in San Francisco.

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