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Michael Herzenberg Biography, Age, Education, Wife, Career, Twitter

Michael Herzenberg is an American Emmy Award-Winning Broadcast Journalist, Anchor and Reporter currently working as a Housing, Immigration and Real Estate Reporter for NY1 after he joinning as a full-time general assignment reporter in July 2011. Prior to his current role at NY1, Michael was the breaking news reporter for Mornings On 1, and before that for the night shift. He also worked as a general assignment reporter in New Haven, Connecticut; he chased tornadoes in Wichita, Kansas.

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Michael Herzenberg Biography

Michael Herzenberg is an American Emmy Award-Winning Broadcast Journalist, Anchor and Reporter currently working as a Housing, Immigration and Real Estate Reporter for NY1 after he joinning as a full-time general assignment reporter in July 2011. Prior to his current role at NY1, Michael was the breaking news reporter for Mornings On 1, and before that for the night shift. He also worked as a general assignment reporter in New Haven, Connecticut; he chased tornadoes in Wichita, Kansas.

Michael Herzenberg Age

Michael was born on July 6, 1971, in New York, New York City, U.S. He is 48 years old as of 2019.

Michael Herzenberg Education

Herzenberg attended and graduated from Tulane University where he earned his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science.

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Michael when it comes to matters concerning her family or personal life, he is somehow private. His information if he is married or not has not yet updated on social media. In his personal time, he bikes, run and walk the five boroughs. When on foot, he often has a pad in hand, sketching buildings.

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Michael Herzenberg Career

An Emmy Award Winner who has filled in as a journalist at 6 TV Stations the nation over and as a national reporter for CBS News’ offshoot channel administration, Herz even performed for two or three moves as an essayist for NY1 in 1995, preceding he turned into a reporter. He came back to NYC and NY1 in 2011. Preceding satisfying his affection for news, Herz worked in arranging, men’s retail and bartending.

Preceding his present job at NY1, Michael was the breaking journalist for Mornings On 1, and before that for the night move. He began the air at NY1 reporting legislative issues on Inside City Hall for about a year: covering the Occupy Wall Street Movement broadly, the dreamlike and improvised festival at the World Trade Center site over the executing of Osama canister Laden. About two years after the fact, NY1 dispatched him to the Boston Marathon Bombings, police interest, and slaughtering and catch of the culprits.

He also reported national news at CBS News’ affiliate feed service he spent four years as a Legislative and Special Assignment Reporter in Albuquerque, NM. He anchored an hour-long daily show from the southwestern state and covered everything from military tribunals at Guantanamo Bay and Middle East deployment training at 29 Palms Marine Base in California to forest fires and the Los Alamos National Lab.

He recently functioned as a general task reporter in New Haven, Connecticut; he pursued tornadoes in Wichita, Kansas; and he followed the effect of sea tempests Dennis, Floyd, and Irene in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

Like everybody at NY1 in 2012, Herz secured Hurricane Sandy and its fallout. He concentrated on Gerritsen Beach in Brooklyn, probably the hardest region of the city. He likewise ventured out to Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands in the fall of 2017 to give an account of the decimation and moderate recuperation from Hurricanes Irma and Maria.

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