Fritz Kramer is a producer and editor for the Investigative Reporting Workshop and PBS FRONTLINE partnership.
Kramer joined the Workshop in 2009 to help produce its first FRONTLINE documentary, Flying Cheap. Since then, he has been a part of all twelve IRW/FRONTLINE co-productions, including the Emmy Award winning Big Sky, Big Money and the IRE recognized investigations Business of Disaster and Poverty, Politics and Profit.
He had previously worked at Hedrick Smith Productions on the FRONTLINE documentaries Can You Afford to Retire?, which won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Business Documentary, and Poisoned Waters, awarded a Grantham Prize for exemplary reporting on the environment.
Prior to moving to public broadcasting, Kramer edited digital media for ABC News’ Washington Bureau. Kramer attended the University of North Carolina, where he was a Morehead-Cain Scholar.