Andrew Mach is a multimedia news editor for PBS NewsHour in New York City where he manages the web presence of the television news program's weekend edition. Mach was formerly a news editor and digital journalist at NBC News, where he produced the homepage for NBCNews.com and reported breaking and feature news stories for the website's (formerly msnbc.com) various online sections. Most recently, Mach was also a recipient of the 2012 Berlin Capital Program Fulbright fellowship. Prior to joining the team at 30 Rock, Mach was a journalist on the national desk at the Christian Science Monitor in Boston, where he reported stories for both the website and weekly magazine. Before working in Boston, Mach completed an eight-month investigative journalism project on the safety of America’s food supply as a Carnegie-Knight national reporting fellow for News21 in Phoenix. Mach was also honored as a sixth-place finisher in the Television Feature News category of the 2010-2011 Hearst Journalism Awards competition. For nearly two years, Mach was a reporter, videographer and producer for ABC News, where he contributed digital content for the website and televised broadcasts. In summer 2010, Mach interned at The Washington Post as a multimedia and video journalist, where he shot and edited daily breaking and feature news videos for the website. While in D.C., he also worked on projects for the Newseum. In 2009, Mach interned in Berlin at ZDF, Europe’s largest television network, where he aided in the production and planning of ZDF Morgenmagazin, the network’s national morning news program. While in Berlin, he also reported for The Local, an online English news website. Mach’s other journalism experience includes reporting for the Norfolk (Neb.) Daily News and producing a multimedia podcast for the International Quilt Study Center & Museum in Lincoln, Nebraska, available on iTunesU. Mach is a native of Aberdeen, South Dakota.