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Carolyn Gusoff Profile
Carolyn Gusoff is an American reporter and Author who is currently working at WCBS-TV in New York. She serves as a reporter and Author. Additionally, she joined the station in 2012.
Carolyn Gusoff Age
Gusoff is 60 years old as of 2023, she was born on February 15 1963 in New York, New York City, in the United States of America. She celebrates her birthday on February 15 every year.
Carolyn Gusoff Height
Gusoff stands at an average height of 5 feet inches tall. However, information about her weight will be updated when available.
Carolyn Gusoff Education
Gusoff earned her Master of Science Degree in Journalism from Columbia University and her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Government and English from Cornell University. During her time at Cornell, she served as the Editor-in-Chief of the Cornellian and also worked as a U.S. Congressional intern for then-Senator Joe Biden and U.S. Senator Alfonse D’Amato.
Carolyn Gusoff Family
Gusoff is the daughter of Geral M. Gusof and Ileen Gusoff. Additionally, she has a sister named Pamela Cott. She has not disclosed any information regarding her parents as she likes to keep her personal life private. However, we will update this information as soon as it is available.
Carolyn Gusoff Husband
Gusoff is happily married to her loving husband Jon Turk. The couple tied the knot in September 1991. Her husband is a facial Cosmetic surgeon. The duo is blessed with two children. She likes to keep her personal life private hence, not disclosing any information regarding her Husband. Neither has she revealed any information about any of their children. However, research is ongoing we will update this information as soon as it is available.
Carolyn Gusoff Career
Gusoff is renowned for her extensive coverage of prominent news stories in the New York City area and is widely recognized as a dependable, persistent, unwavering, and compassionate advocate for the concerns of Long Island residents. Notably, her documentary “37%” aired on WCBS-TV, shedding light on the alarming dysfunction within a Long Island school district plagued by one of the lowest graduation rates in the United States.
Her investigative report titled “Littered Landscape” for CBS New York earned her numerous accolades, including a 2020 Emmy Award, a First Place New York AP Award, awards from the LI Press Club and FOLIO, and led to the much-needed cleanup of many of Long Island’s adopted highways. Carolyn joined WCBS in 2012 after a three-year tenure at Fox5 WNYW, where she frequently covered the day’s top stories on “Good Day New York.” Prior to that, she spent 15 years at WNBC.
As Long Island Bureau Chief, she not only excelled in her reporting role but also co-anchored the station’s highly-rated weekend morning program, “Weekend Today in New York,” for five years. Furthermore, throughout her career spanning three decades, Carolyn has been at the forefront of covering some of New York’s most significant stories, including the 9/11 terror attacks, major power outages, and the tragic Long Island Railroad massacre. Her dedication to reporting was evident in her extensive coverage of the devastation caused by Hurricane Sandy.
Carolyn Gusoff Salary
Gusoff has an estimated salary of $30,000 to $80,000 from her career at STATION.
Carolyn Gusoff Net Worth
Gusoff has an estimated annual Net worth of $ 1 million to $5 million earned from her career as an XXXX
Carolyn Gusoff NBC
Additionally, she was one of the first journalists on the scene of three commercial jetliner crashes, namely Avianca Flight 52, TWA Flight 800, and American Airlines Flight 587. During the Blizzard of ’96, Carolyn reported tirelessly for 36 consecutive hours on the storm’s historic impact, and she has been a central figure in covering nearly every major weather event to hit the New York area since.
Before joining NBC, Carolyn worked at News 12 Long Island, where she gained recognition for her in-depth reporting on national stories, such as the kidnapping of Katie Beers, the Tankleff murders, and the Amy Fisher/Joey Buttafuoco scandal. She also served as a fill-in anchor for the nation’s first 24-hour regional news network. Carolyn began her broadcasting career as an anchor/reporter at the ABC affiliate, WEVU-TV, in Fort Myers, Florida.
In addition to her journalistic achievements, Carolyn co-authored the book “Buried Memories” with Katie Beers, earning her the distinction of being a New York Times best-selling author. Additionally, her impressive list of accolades includes four New York Emmy Awards and 17 New York Emmy nominations for various categories, including Journalistic Enterprise-Long Island beat reporting, writing, research, and environmental reporting.
She was part of the award-winning team that secured an Emmy for WCBS’s coverage of Superstorm Sandy and also received a New York Emmy Award for On-Camera Performance/General Assignment Reporting for her coverage of the Mepham Hazing Scandal.
Throughout her career, spanning more than three decades, Carolyn has received numerous Long Island Fair Media Council FOLIO Awards, reflecting her outstanding contributions to journalism. She is actively involved in leadership roles within charitable causes and local community organizations. Carolyn’s dedication to her work and her ability to overcome personal challenges, including surviving breast cancer twice and balancing working motherhood, has made her a passionate and humorous public speaker on these topics.
Carolyn Gusoff Social Media Platforms
Gusoff is very active on her Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook pages. She has 6.4k followers on Twitter, 4.7k followers on Instagram, and 12k followers on Facebook.