John Metaxas

John Metaxas is an award-winning broadcast journalist, lawyer and teacher.


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John Metaxas, WCBS Newsradio

John’s news broadcasts on WCBS Newsradio 880 reach a million listeners every weekend. He was part of the WCBS team that shared in an Edward R. Murrow Award for live coverage of Hurricane Irene. John broadcast live on WCBS on the night Hurricane Sandy swept through the tri-state area. He covered the Madoff sentencing, Times Square bombing attempt and "Miracle on the Hudson." He is a winner of a New York Press Club Award for his WCBS-TV report on the exoneration of a wrongly-accused African-American man from Queens. He won a New York State Broadcasters Award for Outstanding Hard News Story for his report about bias attacks against Hispanics on Staten Island. John's Bloomberg Business reports can be heard on WCBS and other stations around the country.

At CNN, John anchored Your Money, the network’s weekly program on personal finance. He was CNN’s Nasdaq correspondent, reporting hourly during that market’s crash in 2000. His reports appeared internationally on the program Moneyline. John has questioned such world figures as Bill Gates, Mikhail Gorbachev, Barack Obama, Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter. He traveled to 46 states covering a presidential campaign for ABC News.

John Is admitted to the bar in New York. He teaches communications courses at Iona College. John is the founder of WallStreetNorth.Communications. He has trained executives and union officials in media and presentation skills, marketing and crisis communications.


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