Biography

Michael DelGiudice
WNBC-TV, New York
TV News Photojournalist/Editor
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Michael DelGiudice has worked at WNBC-TV in New York City since Nov. 2006. Prior to working at News 4 New York, he worked for News 12 Long Island for almost 20 years. While working at both stations he earned many prestigious awards, most notably over 70 Regional Emmy Awards from the New York Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
Michael recently received his 4th National Edward R. Murrow Award from the RTDNA this past October. He has also won over a dozen Regional Murrow Awards. DelGiudice is an 8-time National Press Photographers Association (NPPA) Regional “Photographer of the Year” award winner. He has also received over a dozen NPPA “Best of Photojournalism” national awards for TV Photography and Editing. In 2006, he was named a national “Ernie Crisp TV News Photographer of the Year” finalist.
Other honors include: 3 National Headliners Awards, and dozens of New York state and local awards including; New York Press Club Awards, NY State AP Broadcasters Association, SPJ/Press Club of Long Island Media Awards.
Michael was the Director of Photography and co-producer of the Emmy Award winning documentary, “Long Island’s Lighthouses”, narrated by Dick Cavett, with producer/editor Cynthia Younker. He has also shot 4 other documentaries, including one in Mexico and one in Guatemala (also produced by Younker).
Michael left New York briefly in 1993-94 to work in San Francisco, where he worked for the Bay Area’s KTVU (FOX) and ABC’s network news magazine, “Turning Point”.
A native Long Islander, Michael earned his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees at New York Institute of Technology. He is 54, and currently lives in Massapequa, NY with his wife Brei and daughter Riley.