Joshua Kranzberg - Newsy

Joshua Kranzberg

Segment Producer / Writer

Josh Kranzberg helps oversee the daily news coverage for Newsy. After graduating from Mizzou and working at TV stations in Indiana and Washington, D.C., Josh and his wife, Shannon, came back to Columbia, where they first met. Before Newsy, Josh spent almost four years as a faculty member at the University of Missouri, where he perfected his "I'm not mad, I'm disappointed" speech. Shannon works for the university, and their black Lab, Bella, works as a dog.

  Recent Work
Joey Martin can return to the soccer field thanks to advances in medicine
Martin FamilySci/Health

Medical Advances Help Teen Get Back Onto The Field

Walmart+ Scan and Go
WalmartBusiness

Walmart To Launch Annual Membership Service This Month

Joseph DeAngelo awaits his sentence
APU.S.

Golden State Killer Sentenced To Life In Prison

St. Louis Cardinals on the mound
Jim Mone / APSci/Health

Positive COVID-19 Tests Postpones Another MLB Game

Roger Stone
Manuel Balce Ceneta / APU.S.

President Trump Commutes Roger Stone's Prison Sentence

The St. Louis Cardinals' Dexter Fowler scores against the Boston Red Sox
Jeff Roberson/APSports

Shortened MLB Season Slated To Begin Around July 24

Citi Field in New York
Peter Morgan / APSci/Health

MLB Announces Plans For 60-Game Season

Closed signs
APSci/Health

Federal Reserve Announces $2.3 Trillion In Programs To Help Economy

Cardinal George Pell
Associated PressWorld

Cardinal George Pell To Be Freed After Court Overturns His Conviction

A college basketball fan sits in an empty arena after the game was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic
APSports

Could The Coronavirus Spell The End For Some Sports Leagues?

A young fan makes use of a hand-sanitizing station at CenturyLink Field
APSci/Health

Coronavirus Forces Multiple Sports Leagues To Postpone Games

Chris Matthews
Chris Pizzello / APEntertainment

'Hardball' Host Chris Matthews Retires From MSNBC

New York Stock Exchange
Getty ImagesBusiness

Dow Jones Experiences Worst Week Since 2008 Global Financial Crisis

Gordon Sondland
Getty ImagesPolitics

President Trump Fires EU Ambassador Gordon Sondland

President Donald Trump
Getty ImagesWorld

President Trump Signs Bills Supporting Hong Kong Protesters

Memorial for victims of El Paso mass shooting
Getty ImagesU.S.

Sociologist: Mass Shooters' Common Traits Offer Clues For Prevention

A container is loaded on to a struck.
Getty ImagesU.S.

Dow Drops 767 Points Amid Trade War With China

Protesters use a makeshift battering ram to break into the Legislative Council building
Getty ImagesWorld

HK Chief Executive Carrie Lam 'Strongly Condemns' Violent Protests

Planned Parenthood clinic in St. Louis
Getty ImagesU.S.

Missouri Denies St. Louis Planned Parenthood Clinic Abortion License

White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders
Getty ImagesPolitics

Sarah Sanders Is Leaving The White House At The End of June

Michael Avenatti
Getty ImagesU.S.

Michael Avenatti Pleads Not Guilty In Multiple Cases

Rep. Justin Amash
Getty ImagesPolitics

Republican Congressman Calls For Trump's Impeachment

President Donald Trump
Getty ImagesPolitics

Appeals Court Allows Government To Send Asylum Seekers To Mexico

British Prime Minister Theresa May
Getty ImagesWorld

European Leaders, Britain Agree To Long Brexit Extension

Paul Foster School of Medicine Medical Sciences Building at Texas Tech University
Wikimedia CommonsU.S.

Texas Tech Agrees To Stop Considering Race In Admissions Process

Mike Trout
Getty ImagesSports

Mike Trout Is About To Sign The Richest Contract In Baseball History

U.S. Sen. Martha McSally
Getty ImagesU.S.

Sen. Martha McSally Says She Was Raped While In Air Force

Food and Drug Commissioner Scott Gottlieb
Getty ImagesU.S.

FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb Is Stepping Down

President Donald Trump
Getty ImagesPolitics

President Trump And Kim Jong-Un To Meet In Hanoi, Vietnam For Summit

Census forms
Getty ImagesPolitics

Judge Rules Against Proposal To Add Citizenship Question To Census