Michael Gargiulo is co-anchor of WNBC’s "Today in New York," weekday mornings from 4:30-7 a.m.
Gargiulo joined the NBC 4 New York team in July 2006 after nine years as a national correspondent and morning news anchor in Washington, D.C.
He has a special interest in reporting on military affairs and earned an Emmy Award for a series of stories from Kuwait and Iraq. He has profiled National Guard training in the jungles of Panama and was able to land on Greenland’s ice cap in one of the New York Air Guard’s special ski-equipped C-130 cargo planes.
Gargiulo was also honored to report live from the deck of the USS New York, the ship made with 7 and half tons of steel from the World Trade Center, as it entered New York harbor for its commissioning.
In addition to his time in Washington D.C., Gargiulo served as anchor/reporter at KSTP-TV in Minneapolis, MN; WLKY-TV, Louisville, KY; WYOU-TV, Scranton, PA; and WSAZ-TV, Huntington, WV.
A native New Yorker and graduate of Xavier High School and New York University, Gargiulo resides in Westchester with his wife and two children.
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