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Mr. Neal Shapiro

President and Chief Executive Officer

WNET

HQ Phone: (212) 560-2000

WNET

825 Eight Avenue

New York, New York 10019

United States

Company Description

As New York's flagship public media provider and the parent company of THIRTEEN and WLIW21 and operator of NJTV, WNET brings quality arts, education and public affairs programming to over 5 million viewers each week. more

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Background Information

Employment History

President

NBC

President and Chief Executive Officer

Educational Broadcasting Corporation

President and Chief Executive Officer

THIRTEEN

Chief Executive Officer, President and SundayArts Host

THIRTEEN

Affiliations

Board Member
Investigative News Network

Board Member
Gannett Co. , Inc.

Education

degrees
history and political science
Tufts University

degrees
history and political science
TuftsUniversity

Web References (166 Total References)


Neal Shapiro, ...

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Neal Shapiro, Boardmember

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Neal Shapiro Neal Shapiro is President and Chief Executive Officer of joined New York public media provider WNET. Before coming to WNET, Shapiro was President of NBC News from June 2001 to September 2005, where he oversaw the global operations of NBC Universal's top-ranked news division: "Today" in the morning, "NBC Nightly News" in the evening and "Meet the Press" on Sunday morning. From 1993 to 2001, Shapiro was executive producer of "Dateline NBC. Before NBC, Shapiro spent 13 years at ABC News, where he produced for all the network's news programs and worked with Peter Jennings, Diane Sawyer, Ted Koppel and Sam Donaldson, among others. Shapiro has won 34 Emmys, 31 Edward R. Murrow Awards, nine Sigma Delta Chi Awards, three Alfred I DuPont-Columbia University Silver Batons, three George Foster Peabody Awards, three George Polk Awards, three Overseas Press Club Awards and many more. Shapiro graduated magna cum laude from Tufts University with degrees in history and political science.


People | Investigative News Network

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Neal Shapiro Neal Shapiro joined New York public media provider WNET as President in February 2007, becoming President and Chief Executive Officer on February 4, 2008. WNET is the parent of New York public television stations Thirteen and WLIW21 and operates NJTV, the state-wide New Jersey public television network.

At the helm of WNET, Shapiro has revitalized programming, set new fundraising records and inaugurated a new, all-glass studio at Lincoln Center.
Before coming to WNET, Shapiro was President of NBC News from June 2001 to September 2005, where he oversaw the global operations of NBC Universal's top-ranked news division: Today in the morning, NBC Nightly News in the evening and Meet the Press on Sunday morning. He oversaw Dateline NBC, which, at the time, was the most-watched and most-honored news magazine on television and personally directed the successful anchor transition from Tom Brokaw to Brian Williams. From 1993 to 2001, Shapiro was executive producer of Dateline NBC.
Before NBC, Shapiro spent 13 years at ABC News, where he produced for all the network's news programs and worked with Peter Jennings, Diane Sawyer, Ted Koppel and Sam Donaldson, among others.
Shapiro has won 34 Emmys, 31 Edward R. Murrow Awards, nine Sigma Delta Chi Awards, three Alfred I DuPont-Columbia University Silver Batons, three George Foster Peabody Awards, three George Polk Awards, three Overseas Press Club Awards and many more.
Shapiro graduated magna cum laude from Tufts University in 1980 with degrees in history and political science. He has taught journalism at Tufts and the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and has lectured at many universities, including MIT and Stanford. He sits on the Boards of Gannett, Tufts University and Investigative News Network (INN). He is married to ABC News Correspondent Juju Chang, they have three sons and live in New York City.


"This historic concert event will benefit ...

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"This historic concert event will benefit Thirteen and WLIW21 in general but, more specifically, enhance the arts and culture programming that these two stations provide to New York and America," says Neal Shapiro, President and CEO of the Educational Broadcasting Corporation, the licensee of Thirteen/WNET and WLIW New York "This is an exciting kick-off to the "Public Television Rocks" campaign, which will help public television engage with a new generation of audience and hopefully become a new model for future fundraising."


The 81st Annual Drama League Awards ...

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The 81st Annual Drama League Awards to recognize Joel Grey, WNET: Neal Shapiro and David Horn, and Stephen Daldry.

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WNET: NEAL SHAPIRO AND DAVID HORN
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The 2015 recipients are as follows: Tony®, and Oscar® Award winner Joel Grey will receive the Distinguished Achievement in Musical Theater Award; WNET: Neal Shapiro and David Horn will receive the Unique Contribution to the Theater Award for their vital work in bringing New York theater to viewers across America; and Tony®, Drama Desk®, Olivier Award winner and Oscar® nominee Stephen Daldry will receive The Founders Award for Excellence in Directing.
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Neal Shapiro is an award-winning producer and media executive with a 30-year career spanning print, broadcast, cable and online media. As CEO of WNET, he oversees the operations of THIRTEEN, WLIW21 and NJTV, reaching a combined monthly audience of approximately 9.5 million.
WNET produces such acclaimed PBS series as "Great Performances," "American Masters," "Nature," "PBS NewsHour Weekend," "Secrets of the Dead," and a range of documentaries, children's programs, and news and cultural offerings available on air and online.
At the helm of WNET, Shapiro has revitalized programming, nearly doubling arts and culture offerings, emphasizing local programming and community engagement; setting new fundraising records and inaugurating a new, all-glass studio at Lincoln Center.
Shapiro has overseen the launch of a number of innovative programs, including:
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Before joining WNET in 2007, Shapiro was President of NBC News, leading its top-rated news programs, including "Today," "NBC Nightly News" and "Meet the Press," as well as "Dateline NBC. Shapiro was executive producer of "Dateline NBC" from 1993 to 2001, which became a cornerstone of NBC's primetime programming and the first primetime multi-night newsmagazine.
Prior to working at NBC, Shapiro spent 13 years at ABC News, where he was a writer and producer for "PrimeTime Live" and "World News Tonight. He served as broadcast producer of "PrimeTime Live," where he wrote and produced over 30 stories, including breaking news, profiles, and investigative reports. Shapiro has won numerous awards, including 32 Emmys, 31 Edward R. Murrow Awards and 3 Columbia DuPont awards.
He serves on the Boards of PBS, Tufts University, Gannett Company, the Investigative News Network
(INN) and the International Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
Shapiro graduated magna cum laude from Tufts University with degrees in history and political science. He is married to ABC News "Nightline" Co-Anchor Juju Chang.


Thirteen to be Honored as our 2013 Governors' Award Recipient - 1-Mar-13 press release or news release

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"For 50 years Thirteen has been serving New York and the Tri-State area with programs that educate, inspire and enlighten" said Neal Shapiro, President and CEO of Thirteen.

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