NewsWatch is your trusted source for breaking consumer, technology, travel, health, and entertainment news. We air on the Discovery Channel and ION Network.
The show is hosted by Andrew Tropeano and features reports by Susan Bridges, Joe Toohey, Amanda Forstrom, Mallory Sofastaii, and Scott Steinberg on technology news.
Susan Bridges, Special Reporter
Susan Bridges, the original host and face of NewsWatch for the last decade, is a Washington, DC resident. With over 20 years of experience in journalism, Susan began anchoring for NewsWatch in 2001.
Born and raised in Kansas City, Missouri, Susan attended undergraduate at Lindenwood University in St. Charles, MO. She received her Masters in Languages at Middlebury College in Vermont.
"I'm incredibly honored to be part of an exciting, smart, and interactive newsroom where teamwork is the gold standard. Every day is a learning experience as we find and develop information and resources that are beneficial to our viewers. I’m proud of every story we break and the hard work that goes into each show, bringing you the most recent news and trends from every corner of the world. It’s a joy to work for you, I couldn't ask for more!"
Andrew Tropeano, Host
Andrew Tropeano, host of NewsWatch is a Washington, DC resident. With over 10 years experience in Journalism, Andrew joined the NewsWatch team in 2008.
Born and raised in Fairfax, Virginia, Andrew attended undergraduate at American University, in Washington, DC, receiving a B.S. in Broadcast Journalism. He received his Masters of Science in Integrated Marketing from The New York University.
"Yes, NewsWatch is a source of news and reviews for me too, but it’s also an avenue for me to share the stories, gadgets, and apps I hear about. I get to spend every day searching the web for ways to make your life more enjoyable and fun…not too bad. Plus, I get to hang with a ton of people that are not only colleagues but friends who have the same desire to bring you the best products around. NewsWatch may be a job, but it’s also my life. And as Ron Burgundy once said, “In no way is that depressing….Cannonball!”"
Mallory Sofastaii, Technology Reporter
Mallory has worked behind-the-scenes for several national news programs including NBC's Meet the Press and PBS NewsHour. She attended Boston University where she received a degree in Broadcast Journalism and was a local reporter for Newton News. Mallory loves all things tech and fitness, even more when the two go together.