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Andrew Shafer


Andrew Shafer is a videographer who collaborates with his Newsy colleagues to tell visually enticing national and international stories. He began his career freelancing in the film industry and running live newscasts for KSHB in his hometown of Kansas City. Since coming to Newsy, Andrew has produced some of his own stories and hopes to tell more, especially those revolving around the film and craft beer industries.

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Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC)
Meg Kinnard / APPolitics

Democrats Favored To Win Seats In U.S. House, Senate

Then-Vice President Joe Biden Conducts a Swearing-in Ceremony for the late Sen. John McCain with his wife, Cindy, in 2011
Manuel Balce Ceneta / APPolitics

Turned Off By President Trump, Arizona Conservatives Vote For Biden

Former Vice President Joe Biden and Democratic Senate Candidate Mark Kelly
Rob Schumacher / The Arizona Republic POOL via AP & Carolyn Kaster / APPolitics

Polls Show Democrats Leading in Traditionally Red Arizona

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell
Jacquelyn Martin / APPolitics

GOP Senate Bill On Additional COVID-19 Relief Likely To Fail

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell
CNN / APPolitics

Stalemate In Congress Over Coronavirus Relief Bill

Kamala Harris
John Locher / APPolitics

Congressional Black Caucus Vice Chair Reacts to Harris as VP Pick

Capitol memorial service for Rep. John Lewis
Jonathan Ernst / APPolitics

Congress Pays Respects To Late Rep. John Lewis

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell
Patrick Semansky / APPolitics

Senate Republicans, White House Divided On Next Round Of Relief

U.S. Capitol
Patrick Semansky / APPolitics

Widespread Disagreement On Capitol Hill Over COVID-19 Relief Package

Armed police watch protesters in Seattle
AP Photo/Elaine ThompsonU.S.

Former Police Officers Explain The 'Blue Wall Of Silence'

The Parallels of HIV and COVID-19 And Its Impact on People of Color
Newsy / Dave GlanzSci/Health

What Connects HIV And COVID-19? Their Impact On Black People

Exterior of Washoe Theater in Montana

What Does The Post-Pandemic Future Of Movie Theaters Look Like?

TV behind desk displays "Virtual Pop Expo" logo.
Virtual Pop ExpoEntertainment

Can Virtual Comic-Cons Replicate The Real Thing?

North Korean ceremony
AP ImagesPolitics

North Korea Defectors: 'Everyone Hopes Kim Jong-Un Is Really Dead'

AP ImagesPolitics

Experts Look To Changes In TV, Chinese Military for Kim Jong Un Clues

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi

House Approves Additional COVID-19 Relief Funding

Protesters demonstrate the State Capitol in Harrisburg, Pa., on Monday, April 20, 2020
AP Photo / Matt RourkeTech

China Pushed Panic-Inducing COVID-19 Disinfo In U.S., Officials Allege

Family watches Netflix

Netflix Gained Over 15 Million New Subscribers Since The Start Of 2020

Kim Jong-un
AP ImagesPolitics

Is North Korean Dictator Kim Jong-Un Ailing?

Christina Headrick

The Path Forward: Volunteers Across U.S. Join Million Mask Challenge

Poet Nikki Giovanni signs books
Davon Clark / Chicago Humanities FestivalEntertainment

Self-Quarantined Authors Are Pivoting To Virtual Book Tours

Andrew ShaferSci/Health

'They're Going To Do Their Job:' Police Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

University of Chicago's Ci3 lab created a deck of cards with questions to help providers and patients navigate conversations
Newsy / Andrew ShaferU.S.

Transgender, Non-Binary People Want Visibility In Reproductive Health

Theater posters
Andrew Schafer / NewsyEntertainment

Coronavirus Containment Policies Close Curtains For U.S. Theaters

Person undergoes health screening
Michele Smith via APU.S.

Self-Quarantine Vs. Self-Isolation: What's The Difference?

Chance Seales interviews Urban Winery worker
Andrew Shafer / NewsyU.S.

Dream Jobs: Urban Winery

Chicago Fire Department Paramedic Hampton wears personal protective equipment (PPE) to protect against the coronavirus
Andrew ShaferSci/Health

How Firefighters Prep For A Coronavirus Outbreak

R. Kelly appears during a hearing at the Leighton Criminal Courthouse in Chicago

R. Kelly Returns To Court To Face Federal Charges In Chicago

George Washington University basketball coach Jamion Christian stands with players

Dream Jobs: College Basketball Coach

Adam Savage wearing a Captain America costume at the Chicago Comics and Entertainment Expo
Newsy / Andrew SchaferEntertainment

Celebs Incognito: We Followed Around 'Captain America' At C2E2