The Roth Show
Wednesday, September 14, 7-8pm ET
Listen LIVE: http://therothshow.com
Join Dr. Laurie Roth and Susan Murphy Milano for the regular Wednesday crime segment. Each week the “Annie Oakley of the Airwaves” and the “Jane Wayne of Justice” join their voices together to make some noise about unsolved crimes, missing persons or update previous cases.
Never boring, always a surprise or two, and hitting the air with passion for justice and making things right!
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