Tim has been with witf, central Pennsylvania's public radio station, since August 2001 and has worked in a variety of roles. He was promoted to the position of Multimedia News Director in January, 2011, after getting up at "0-dark-30" for eight years to help listeners start their day as Morning Edition host. He also handles the duties of hosting All Things Considered. Lambert is a four-time winner of the RTDNA's prestigious national Edward R. Murrow Award for excellence in broadcasting and has also been recognized with 13 Regional Murrow honors. In 2007, he was the only broadcast journalist in Pennsylvania honored with a national Murrow for his report on the fifth anniversary of the crash of Flight 93 in Somerset County. The story was a personal one for Tim -- his family owned a portion of the crash site. Throughout his career, Lambert's reporting has also been honored by the Pennsylvania Associated Press Broadcasters Association and Public Radio News Directors Incorporated. Beyond the world of radio, a special interest of his is working with the Alzheimer's Association. Tim is a graduate of the Indiana University of Pennsylvania and has been working in radio since 1993. The veteran journalist has also worked in Lewistown and Gettysburg. He and his lovely wife Amy and their dog Happy live in Lower Allen Township, Cumberland County.