Tim Lambert, Editor

Tim has been with WITF since August 2001. He was promoted to the position of Multimedia News Director in January, 2011. Lambert also gets up at “0-dark-30” to help listeners start their day as Morning Edition host.

He is a six-time recipient of the Radio Television Digital News Association’s (RTDNA) National Edward R. Murrow Award for excellence in digital and broadcast journalism and serves as one of four national coaches for the Trusting News project. Tim’s reporting has also been honored on the state, regional and national levels.

The Aliquippa native is a graduate of the Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Tim has been working in broadcast journalism since 1993, with stints in Lewistown and Gettysburg.

Latest by Tim Lambert

Hallowed ground: How the stories of Gettysburg and Flight 93 intertwine in the nation’s history

"I think Flight 93 and Gettysburg are in that small group of events that have occurred over the history of this country that have no equals."
By Tim Lambert

How mourning has been different for each of these 9/11 families

Loved ones of people lost on United Airlines Flight 93 share how they struggled with grief, embraced it and discovered new depths of mourning over 20 years.

By Tim Lambert and Scott Detrow

How Flight 93 flight attendant Lorraine Bay’s family is working to keep her memory alive

On Sept. 11, 2001, Bay was winding down her 37-year career as a flight attendant when she boarded United Flight 93.

By Julia Agos and Tim Lambert

Updated: September 7, 2021 | 10:52 am

Her brother died on Flight 93. She still sees him surfacing in small ways

Richard Guadagno died when United Flight 93 crashed on 9/11. His memory is scattered through his sister Lori’s house in items that continue a conversation between the siblings 20 years later.

By Scott Detrow and Tim Lambert