Jonathan Vigliotti is an Emmy award-winning reporter; a Pulitzer Center grantee and a member of NBC 4’s ‘I Team’ investigative unit covering local, national and international stories.
Vigliotti joined NBC 4 New York in 2011 and is a frequent contributor to newscasts across all of NBC platforms, which include MSNBC, the Weather Channel and CNBC. Vigliotti covered the Boston Marathon Bombing, the Newtown Connecticut school shootings, Hurricane Sandy and the devastating earthquake in Haiti.
Vigliotti, as part of NBC 4’s coverage of Hurricane Sandy, received a National Emmy and Edward R. Murrow award. Vigliotti earned seven New York Emmy awards for live reporting and in-depth investigations and was recognized by the Associated Press; Society of Professional Journalists; Radio Television Digital News Association (RTDNA) and Public Radio News Directors Incorporated (PRNDI).
In 2013, the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting funded a special project on Climate change in Greenland. Vigliotti spent two weeks filming, writing, editing and finally reporting the story that aired on NBC Network as a part of Earth Day coverage.
Vigliotti began his career reporting for WFUV/NPR in New York City. He transitioned into television after graduating college and worked for network affiliates in Colorado, Wisconsin and Florida before returning to New York.
Vigliotti holds a degree in Journalism from Fordham University where he was an Edward A. Walsh Scholar. He currently lives in Manhattan and dreams of getting a dog.