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Paul LaRosa is an award-winning journalist who has worked in print and television journalism for more than 30 years. For 16 years, he was a reporter at the New York Daily News, the hard-charging tabloid newspaper of New York that bills itself “New York’s Hometown Newspaper.” There, in the mid-80s, he was the co-winner with Anna Quindlen of the Meyer Berger Award presented by Columbia University’s Journalism School.
Since 1992, LaRosa has worked in broadcast television for CBS News, mostly as a producer for the newsmagazine “48 Hours.” He’s won two national Emmys, one of them a Primetime Emmy for the highly-praised CBS documentary “9/11.” LaRosa was one of the producers of that documentary and in 2003 he was awarded a Peabody Award, a Christopher Award and an Edward R. Murrow Award. He’s also won a Gracie Award and a New York Press Club Award for different segments.
He is also the author of three books: Tacoma Confidential which was published in January 2006, and Nightmare in Napa released in April, 2007, and Death of a Dream, co-written by CBS News Correspondent Erin Moriarty and published in March, 2008.
LaRosa is a graduate of Cardinal Hayes High School and Fordham University and did graduate level work as a Revson Fellow at Columbia University. He is also an alumnus, in a different way, of the James Monroe Housing Projects in the Bronx.
To read more about Paul LaRosa and his work, please visit his website: www.paullarosa.com