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Courtney Gross

Courtney Gross
Courtney Gross
Highly knowledgeable, and eloquent, New York reporter Courtney Gross provides objective, informative reports that are hard to find elsewhere in today's crowded media landscape. | Photo: AND Magazine | Courtney Gross, New York City, Politics, Reporter, Journalist, Redhead,

A Glimpse Into The Unique World of New York City Politics

NY1's Political Reporter, Courtney Gross joins us to discuss the latest happenings in the New York City political scene, where policies set fourth here stretch well beyond typical local politics, carrying a significant global impact on the world's economy, security, and culture.

Highly knowledgeable, and eloquent, Courtney Gross provides objective, informative reports that are hard to find elsewhere in today's crowded media landscape.

In this interview we touch upon a variety of topics, covering the serious issues facing New Yorkers in a tough economy, the worldwide impact of the choices made by those in power, as well as some of the more fun and eccentric aspects of city politics.

Courtney Gross carries a respected background as an editor at the Gotham Gazette, an influential online publication, covering a variety of issues including transportation, infrastructure, education, finance, and security. During her four years there her work, with a specific focus on the Bloomberg administration and City Council won her an award from the New York Press Club for "Best Web Exclusive Content" in 2009.

Alongside the Gotham Gazette staff, she also won the Online News Association's "General Excellence/Micro Site Award" that year.

Presently she can be seen covering the latest in New York politics on NY1, the city's de facto 24 hour cable news network, with live audio and on-demand video available at www.ny1.com.

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