The Downbeach area applauds one of their own; Ted Greenberg, ace reporter for NBC10’s Jersey Shore Bureau.
Did you know? NBC-10 TV’s Ted Greenberg was recently inducted into the Broadcast Pioneers of Philadelphia, Hall of Fame.
Fan of Ted
Ted’s reports are informative, unbiased and professionally presented. Ted has great hair, too. Comes in handy as a TV news reporter.
Ted Greenberg background:
- Attended Stockton College (now Stockton University).
- Six years at WMGM TV-40 covering South Jersey area.
- Reporter and anchor in Rochester, NY and Hartford/New Haven.
- Hired by WMGM TV-40 in 2002 as News Director and 6p Co-Anchor.
In 2003, a sweet Philly gig at NBC-10 presented itself. No-brainer. Ted easily gets the major market job.
Greenberg recognized with two Emmy Awards, and Associated Press award for excellence in broadcast journalism.
Broadcast Pioneers of Philadelphia Hall Of Fame
Ted got his first break as an NBC10 intern during Summer 1991.
Ted enjoys spending time with his wife, two daughters and their cat, Fred.
Ted Greenberg. NBC10’s Jersey Shore Bureau. Covering Atlantic, Cape May, Ocean and Cumberland counties. Witness Ted in action weeknights during the 4 p.m., 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. newscasts.
2 thoughts on “Jersey Shore’s Ted Greenberg, Broadcast Pioneer Hall of Famer.”
Just saw your shorecast, good report but suggest that you wear sunglasses, you were squinting too much….????
He’s a great guy deserves the recognition.