Tim Pham is a co-anchor of KREM 2's morning newscast, Up with KREM, Monday through Friday. He joined the KREM 2 News team in February 2019.
Tim grew up in Seattle and earned a degree in Journalism and Media Production from the Edward R. Murrow College of Communication at Washington State University (Go Cougs!).
After graduation, Tim worked for KFBB-TV in Great Falls, Montana as a reporter. He was promoted to morning anchor and weather forecaster. Six months later, Tim was a part of a team that launched a statewide morning show with KULR-TV based out of Billings, Montana.
Tim traded the cold winters of Central Montana for the warm natural beauty of Chattanooga, Tennessee. During his time in the south he was selected by WRCB-TV to lead the station’s hurricane coverage. He travelled to Houston when Hurricane Harvey made landfall and told stories of people making a difference in Panama City Beach, Florida during Hurricane Michael. He also appeared on NBC’s TODAY Show and MSNBC when deadly tornadoes swept across the southeast in 2016.
Outside of work, Tim is very active in the community, he volunteers for local non-profits, emcees events and mentors future journalists. He is a member of the Asian American Journalist Association (AAJA), and is a student organization advisor at Washington State University.
In his free time he enjoys working out, coming up with a new recipe or spending time with his Beagle, named Baxter.
Contact Tim at TPham@KREM.com or on Twitter @UpWithTim.