Chris Glorioso is a multiple Emmy Award-winning reporter who covers investigative stories for NBC 4 New York. Since his arrival to New York City in 2005, he's been honored for uncovering loopholes in New Jersey's Megan's Law and for his investigation into poor conditions at Veterans Hospitals in New York and New Jersey.
Chris began his journalism career in radio as a reporter and anchor for WSYR-AM in Syracuse, NY. He transitioned to television with stints as weekend anchor and reporter in Burlington, VT and Pittsburgh, PA.
Known for a bold, demonstrative storytelling style, Chris likes to expose government waste and corporate wrongdoing. A favorite moment for Chris came in 2002, when he led around-the-clock coverage of the 9 miners who found themselves trapped in a Pennsylvania coal shaft. Chris landed the first one-on-one interview with a miracle miner who survived the calamity.
Glorioso serves on the Board of Directors for the Reciprocity Foundation, a New York City non-profit dedicated to helping homeless youth find sustainable careers. He has been an adjunct professor of journalism at NYU and City College. Currently he's pursuing a Masters of Public Administration at NYU with a specialization in finance.
Glorioso is a graduate of Syracuse University's Newhouse School of Public Communications. He also studied political philosophy at Great Britain's Oxford University.