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Jim Ryan (reporter) Biography, Age, Height, Sony, Education, Net Worth, Family, News and Career

Jim Ryan (reporter) ( born James Logan Ryan )  is a television reporter and anchorman in New York City. He was one of the anchors for Good Day New York on Fox 5 NY. He was born in 1939 and

 

Jim Ryan (reporter) Biography

Jim Ryan (reporter) ( born James Logan Ryan )  is a television reporter and anchorman in New York City. He was one of the anchors for Good Day New York on Fox 5 NY. He was born in 1939 and graduated from Manhattan College in the Riverdale section of The Bronx. He started his broadcast news career as a producer at WNBC in 1974, eventually becoming an anchor/reporter until he left for WNEW (later WNYW) in 1985. He became the station’s political reporter until he began co-anchoring Good Day New York in 1988, a position he held until 2005 when WNYW threw an on-air retirement celebration for him.

He was known for often wearing a black leather blazer during the broadcast. A few months later, he was “lured out of retirement” (according to weatherman and friend Dave Price), when he was hired to join the anchor team at CBS 2 News This Morning. Ryan (and the other anchors) were replaced in April 2006 in a major shake-up at WCBS-TV. In the mid-1990s, Ryan also hosted A Current Affair.

Jim Ryan (reporter) Age

Jim Ryan a television reporter and anchorman was born August 19, 1939. He is 79 years old as of 2018.

Jim Ryan (reporter) Height

Details concerning his height are not disclosed but luckily my team and I are still working on our research on his height. We will keep you updated when we come across any information about his height.

Jim Ryan (reporter) Family

Details concerning his family are not disclosed but luckily my team and I are still working on our research on his family. We will keep you updated when we come across any information about his family.

Jim Ryan (reporter) Education

graduated from Mount Saint Michael Academy in the Bronx and then Manhattan College in the Riverdale section of The Bronx. He started his broadcast news career as a producer at WNBC in 1974, eventually becoming an anchor/reporter until he left for WNEW (later WNYW) in 1985.

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Jim Ryan (reporter) Career

Ryan started his broadcast news career as a producer at WNBC in 1974, eventually becoming an anchor/reporter until he left for WNEW (later WNYW) in 1985. He became the station’s political reporter until he began co-anchoring Good Day New York in 1988, a position he held until 2005. When WNYW threw an on-air retirement celebration for him. He was known for often wearing a black leather blazer during the broadcast. A few months later, he was “lured out of retirement” (according to weatherman and friend Dave Price), when he was hired to join the anchor team at CBS 2 News This Morning.

Ryan (and the other anchors) were replaced in April 2006 in a major shake-up at WCBS-TV. In the mid-1990s, He also hosted A Current Affair. In mid-2001 Ryan had an on-air argument with Dick Oliver during a segment on a landlord-tenant dispute,[1] an incident that would later inspire a series of sketches on Saturday Night Live where cast member Bill Hader would portray elderly reporter “Herb Welch”.On September 11, 2001, Ryan was anchoring Good Day New York. During a commercial break at 8:48 a.m., WNYW cut to breaking news to show World Trade Center tower one burning.

Ryan, Dave Price, and Lyn Brown were anchoring during the attacks that Tuesday morning. During his tenure, he would end GDNY by saying, “Have a good day New York.”In 2002 he had heart surgery.

Jim Ryan (reporter) Net Worth

Details concerning his net worth are not disclosed but luckily my team and I are still working on our research on his net worth. We will keep you updated when we come across any information about his net worth.

Jim Ryan (reporter) Sony

Sony has officially announced that John Kodera has stepped down as president and CEO of Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE), making way for previous SIE deputy president Jim Ryan to take the position.Kodera is moving to a position in the company where he will “dedicate his focus on creating innovative user experiences and further enhancing the network area as Deputy President of SIE,” a Sony press statement maintains. Kodera will also be SIE’s representative director.Like Kodera before him, Ryan will report directly to Kenichiro Yoshida, president and CEO of Sony Corporation.

Yoshida says the management restructuring will allow Kodera to further develop PlayStation Network (PSN), letting SIE “accelerate its innovation and evolution even further.” Kodera is also expected to lead the Sony Group’s DX (Digital Transformation) strategy.While Sony hasn’t mentioned virtual reality into today’s news, Ryan seems to be a stalwart proponent of the technology. Speaking to the Telegraph at Paris Games Week 2017, Ryan said “we definitely see [VR] as having the potential to be a very significant part of the future of interactive entertainment. Now quite what the horizon is and quite what the rate of pace of adoption is, that’s still a little unclear. But Sony is committed to this and we’re in it for the long haul.”

Talking to Time back in June 2017, Ryan also saw a few important things specific to VR hardware that needs addressing before it achieves true mass-market success.“Technology cycles are shortening, and there’s no reason to expect VR to be any exception to that,” Ryan says. “If we have aspirations to take this into a mass market space, clearly things will need to happen to the form factor, whether it’s wireless or a lighter headset or all of these things.”Ryan is also known for his unfavorable stance on backwards compatibility, saying in the same interview that the notion simply isn’t worthwhile.

“When we’ve dabbled with backwards compatibility, I can say it is one of those features that is much requested, but not actually used much,” Ryan maintains. “That, and I was at a Gran Turismo event recently where they had PS1, PS2, PS3 and PS4 games, and the PS1 and the PS2 games, they looked ancient, like why would anybody play this?”Ryan joined Sony Interactive Entertainment Europe (SIEE) in 1994. Taking over as SIEE president in 2011, he later moved on to head of global sales and marketing at SIE in April 2016. Ryan has served a deputy president of SIE since January 2018.

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This Is What It Looks Like When A TV Reporter’s Huge Ego Gets Thrice Shattered On Live TV

Public personalities tend to have some of the most inflated egos known to man, and the yesteryear cast of ‘Good Day New York’ was no exception. The vintage Good Day cast used to be some of the surliest old men ever to grace our television sets, and this ‘Unexpected Thug Life‘ clip makes me long for the time when a story’s merit wasn’t based on a solid foundation of reporting, but rather how much scotch the reporter drank before going on camera. Here we bear witness to the rarely seen triple smackdown. Thrice the Good Day host absolutely destroys the field reporter’s massive ego…each time getting the ‘Unexpected Thug Life’ treatment.
Obviously, these two had an icy relationship, one that made for incredibly day time television. My only regret is that this pair didn’t stay on TV long enough to see the rise of YouTube, where they’d have crushed it on the Internet (though there are many viral clips available). I won’t presume to know the entire history between these guys, so I won’t even begin to try and take sides. But it’s obvious that at the beginning of this segment there were two MASSIVE egos on camera, and by the end of it, the only one remained. Jim Ryan unfurled his Big Swinging Richard and proceeded to smack Dick Oliver left and right until ‘ol Dick was beat into submission.
This isn’t the first time this clip has made the rounds on the Internet, it first gained steam back in 2007, but today it received the glorious ‘Unexpected Thug Life’ revamp it deserved.