broadcasts the news
Saturdays & Sundays at
6am, 8am, 10am & 12 noon and at other times during the week.
practices immigration law with The
Sandberg Law Firm
in Mt. Kisco,
New York, where he is of counsel. He is admitted to the bar in New York
and in the federal courts of New York’s Southern and Eastern
John speaks Greek, Spanish and Russian.
He received his JD from Columbia Law School and an MS in journalism and
AB cum laude from Columbia University.
He is a member of Phi Beta Kappa.
John’s news broadcasts on WCBS
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 and he
broadcast live on WCBS on the night Hurricane Sandy swept through the
tri-state area. 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 and a New York State Broadcasters Award for Outstanding
Hard News Story for his report about bias attacks against Hispanics on
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
with Lou Dobbs. John has questioned such world figures as Bill Gates,
Mikhail Gorbachev, Barack Obama, Bill Clinton and Jimmie Carter. He
traveled to 46 states covering a presidential campaign for ABC News.
is the founder of WallStreetNorth
Communications, Inc. For the
past five years he has trained executives and union officials
in media and presentation skills, and marketing and crisis
As Chief Corporate
Communications and Government Affairs Officer for E*TRADE Financial,
John counseled the CEO on interaction with the news media,
communications strategy and crisis management.
is an elected board member of the New York local of SAG-AFTRA.
Queens College Center for Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies.
Board of Directors,