Andy Cordan began his broadcasting career in 1988 in Idaho Falls, Idaho.
He fine-tuned his style in Eastern North Carolina, concentrating on military and crime issues. From Greenville, N.C., he spent a couple of years in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Andy came to Nashville in February 1996. In that time, he has broken countless stories while winning three Emmys for spot news, several AP awards, and an Edward R. Murrow.
Andy started in Music City as a crime reporter and later developed a highly successful franchise called That’s Messed Up.
In his more than 20 years in Nashville, Andy has amassed a vast network of law enforcement sources that routinely help him deliver exclusive investigations to viewers across Middle Tennessee.
Andy graduated with a Journalism degree from the University of Southern California.