About Kyle Rothenberg
Kyle Rothenberg is currently working for the Fox News Channel as a Field Technician based in Chicago, covering all aspects of news gathering in the Midwest, including filming, editing, satellite operations and audio recording. Rothenberg is a FAA licensed drone operator and a DOT licensed commercial driver. He joined FNC in June 2012 as an intern and then worked as a reporter for Fox News based in Jackson, Mississippi. He covered a wide variety of stories by shooting, producing, writing and packaging original content for all media platforms in radio, online and television formats. After 2 years of reporting in the South, he moved to New York City working as a Regional Producer for Fox News EDGE, the network's affiliate service, which provides content for more than 200 Fox News stations.
Prior to joining Fox News, Rothenberg created and hosted a one-hour radio program called “The Conversation” on NPR affiliate WUFT-FM in North Central Florida. Rothenberg interned for CBS News in Beijing, China during the summer months of 2010 and 2011 where he learned Mandarin Chinese. In 2009, Rothenberg was an intern at CBS News in New York City.
Rothenberg began his career in 2008 as a studio camera operator at the student-operated PBS affiliate WUFT-TV in Gainesville, Florida, eventually serving as the news director and on-air anchor. Kyle also worked as a video camera operator for ESPN and Fox Sports during live collegiate sporting events. Before his career in television, he was a violinist in the University of Florida Symphony Orchestra and studied classical piano performance.
Rothenberg graduated from the University of Florida with a M.A. and B.A. in telecommunications. Kyle enjoys traveling, and has been to more than 40 countries. He likes to meet different people and learn about cultures from around the world.