Greg Cergol is the Long Island correspondent for NBC 4 New York.
Based at the station’s Long Island news bureau in Melville, Cergol is a seven-time Emmy® Award winner for journalistic excellence. He has also been recognized with four RTNDA Edward R. Murrow Awards, including a national award earned for NBC 4 New York’s extensive coverage of Sandy.
Well-respected for asking the questions that viewers want answered, Cergol has covered Long Island’s most high-profile and headline-making stories for NBC 4 New York since April 1999. In addition to Sandy, these include two presidential debates, the opioid epidemic, political and governmental corruption and the future of Long Island’s economy.
Cergol joined NBC 4 New York from News 12 Long Island, where he served as reporter and anchor for nine years. A native of Queens, Cergol’s early career was spent in radio, at stations on Long Island, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Omaha, Nebraska and the NBC Radio Network.
A member of the Long Island Press Club Hall of Fame, Cergol has also been named “Journalist of the Year” by the Press Club in honor of his accomplishments and service. He has received the “General’s Award” from the US Army Reserves, and has been honored by the NYS Broadcaster’s Association, the Associated Press, Long Island Fair Media Council and Nassau-Suffolk Coalition for the Homeless and PR Professionals of Long Island.
Cergol is also an active volunteer who gives his time to support Long Island’s non-profit community. This includes work with the Hempstead Boys and Girls Club, the ALS Association of Greater NY, the Long Island Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, CN Guidance and Counseling Services and the Huntington Community First Aid Squad.
Cergol is a graduate of Marquette University in Milwaukee. He is married and resides in Suffolk County.