Glenn Schuck began his radio career in 1981 at Seton Hall University. Glenn was News Director and then Station Manager for WSOU, one of America’s oldest and best known college radio stations. The native of Saddle River, New Jersey began his professional radio career as a DJ for such stations as WJRZ/Jersey Shore, PST/Trenton, legend rocker WAAF /Boston and as morning host at KROCK in California.
In 1995 Glenn went back into news, anchoring business reports for CNBC based in New Jersey. His reports were heard locally on 1010WINS. In 1997, Glenn left CNBC for Metro Networks new radio news wire service. In
2000, Glenn joined 1010 WINS as a reporter, and the same month was named News Director for Metro, a Westwood One Company. By 2007, Metro Networks now serves some 2500 news affiliates across North America, including several dozen in the tri state area.
Glenn was the first radio reporter to inspect Ground Zero with Mayor Giuliani the morning of September 12, 2001. Glenn reported the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks for months after the tragedy, and contributed to both an HBO documentary and two books on the terror attacks. While coontinuing to cover the events out of Mayor Bloomberg’s administration, Glenn’s work has also included dozens of baseball playoff games, the Transit strike, the City Hall shooting, blackout of 2003 and dozens of major breaking news events.
Glenn has been a long standing member of the Inner Circle, a group of City Hall reporters who roast the Mayor each year for charity at a show in late winter. He has appeared on NY1 News, MSNBC and other tv prgrams
on NYC events. Glenn is also the Vice President of the New York Press Club. He and his wife Jennifer reside in Bergen County, New Jersey.
I am a relatively “older” first-time Dad. In my 20s and 30s, so many of my friends had children and explained the joy of being a parent to me. I never could have imagined that joy until I actually did experience it.
A city official says city and state lawmakers need to pass legislation banning bias against the unemployed in hiring efforts.
A N.J. Transit bus driver was stabbed in what is believed to be an attempted busjacking on Saturday night in Newark, sources said.
It was standing room only as several hundred people for and against the movement exchanged barbs for over two hours at the Community Board 1 meeting.
Con Edison, which has been leasing the western half of the 51 Park Place building to the developer, is demanding $1.7 million from the developer after a new appraisal boosted rent to $47,000 a month from $2,700.
The creator of the one man show The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs, says it will go on as scheduled despite the Apple’s co-founder’s death.
New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg says former deputy mayor Stephen Goldsmith, who quit after being arrested on a domestic violence charge, would have otherwise been fired.
U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer unveiled new legislation Sunday that would change a loophole in the law that doesn’t require workers hired at most power plants to undergo FBI background checks.
According to a report by the Daily News, security issues and making sure that all of the victims’ families will be able to participate in the 10th anniversary of 9/11, contributed to first responders not being invited to the ceremony.
Harassment, possible sabotage and even blocking access to its facilities are some of the accusations levied by Verizon. However, union spokesman Bob Masters said there are two sides to the story.
Darian’s life has been all about these staple American eateries ever since he rode his bike one fateful day at age 11 to the Tick Tock Diner in Clifton.
Cheryle Rudd and Kitty Lambert will make history as the first gay couple to be married under the state’s new same-sex law and they say they can’t wait for their Niagara Falls wedding.
The crash happened just before 4am Saturday on 46th Street between Fifth and Sixth avenues. Witnesses say the woman was coming out of a bar when she was hit by a speeding SUV.
All 2.5 million people living in 1 million rent controlled apartments will be protected from any rent hikes or eviction landlords might have sought at least until Monday.
His 2008 presidential campaign went from frontrunner to a collapse and then withdrawal on the day of the Florida primary, but former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani’s presidential aspirations may not be over after all.
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