Andrew Wyrich is an award-winning journalist with experience covering technology, breaking news, politics, sports, trending news, investigative issues and more for nationally-recognized websites and newspapers.
Andrew is currently the newsletter editor at The Daily Dot, where he publishes the web_crawlr newsletter. He previously worked was the deputy tech editor at the site.
Over the past twelve years he’s reported on national tech policy, net neutrality, national politics, internet culture, sports (including the 2015 Mets postseason run), conflicts of interest among local officials, social media trends, local news and more.
His work has appeared in The Daily Dot, The Record and NorthJersey.com, USA Today, The Watershed Post, The Asbury Park Press, The Poughkeepsie Journal, The Daily Record, The New Paltz Oracle, The Legislative Gazette, The Herald News, The Suburban News, MetsMerizedOnline.com, various Patch.com sites, and dozens of other websites and newspapers across the country. He has also appeared on-camera for several news organizations.
A series of stories he co-authored about transgender youth in New Jersey won a Society of the Silurians medallion as part of the organization’s 2016 awards. In 2023, the web_crawlr newsletter was recognized as an honoree for the Email Newsletters (Entertainment & Culture) category for the 27th Annual Webby Awards. He was also a lead reporter on an investigative piece that was recognized by the Investigative Reporters & Editors (IRE) as a national finalist in the student category for their annual awards. Andrew also has experience breaking major MLB news.
Andrew graduated from the State University of New York at New Paltz with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism. While at SUNY New Paltz he served as the Editor-In-Chief of “The New Paltz Oracle,” a national award-winning student-run newspaper at the university, for a year-and-a-half. He also held other roles, including Sports Editor and Social Media Editor.
When he is not furiously checking his e-mail or tweeting, Andrew spends his time burying his nose into a book and obsessing about baseball.