I’ve volunteered at City Harvest for many years. It’s one of the few places where individuals, instead of groups, can sign up and work events. It’s also one of the most rewarding things I do. Volunteering last week reminded me of why I love City Harvest, and why you should, too!
Our show, Today in New York, on WNBC-TV, was nominated for a New York Emmy Award for our work covering the snow storm in January of 2015. I remember that was a crazy day. Glad our work was recognized!
I won't lie, I wanted to win. We didn't. We lost against the World News Tonight special, "Nelson Mandela: A Man Who Changed The World." It was a special, I'm sure, they had months to prepare. After all, the civil rights icon had been ill for a long time.
The CBS News Correspondent in Johannesburg had been feeding back information for weeks before he actually passed. By contrast, our team, at CBS This Morning, Saturday, had just five hours to put together a live broadcast. I call it "the grind."
I'm incredibly grateful and excited to be nominated for a third time for a Writers Guild Award.
The Competition is stiff. Our entry is up against a report on the legacy of Nelson Mandela, and a 50th anniversary report on J.F.K.
More information about Writers Guild Awards can be found here.
I'm very honored to be nominated for a third Writers Guild Award. It's my first time being recognized for my work on TV.
Chip Sorrentino, Bruce Meyer, Bill Crowley, and I were nominated for a two-hour broadcast of CBS This Morning, Saturday.
I'm humbled by the very impressive competition. Of course, I'm grateful to be nominated.