Half-hour special to air Saturday, November 11 at 7 PM on NBC 4 New York
NEW YORK, NY – November 9, 2017 – Shining an important spotlight on several viewer-driven stories which generated action, results and change across the Tri-State region, NBC 4 New York will air a special edition of “The I-Team Reports” on Saturday, November 11 at 7 PM ET. Led by New York’s largest investigative reporting team and anchored by NBC 4 New York’s David Ushery, “The I-Team Reports” will lead viewers on an unforgettable tour of several recent investigative stories.
“The NBC 4 New York I-Team represents the very best in broadcast journalism. They follow the story wherever it leads and deliver results for our viewers. We look forward to sharing these important stories on Saturday,” said Susan Sullivan, Vice President of News for NBC 4 New York.
Among the stories featured in Saturday’s broadcast of “The I-Team Reports”:
For more information on the NBC 4 New York I-Team, please visit nbcnewyork.com/investigations.
About NBC 4 New York / WNBC
NBC 4 New York / WNBC is the flagship station of the NBC Owned Television Stations division of NBCUniversal, serving the New York Tri-State area with an unparalleled commitment to broadcast excellence for more than 75 years.
The station features New York’s largest investigative reporting team, the I-Team and includes Edward R. Murrow and Emmy Award-winning journalists who successfully track down the answers to the questions most important to viewers. Storm Team 4, the station’s trusted weather team, utilizes the most accurate and the most powerful weather technology available to keep Tri-State viewers informed and safe when severe weather strikes. This includes StormTracker 4, the only commercial high-frequency S-Band dual polarization fixed Doppler weather radar operating in the Northeast.
In addition to NBC 4 New York’s primary channel, other programming outlets include COZI TV, the station’s multicast channel, and out-of-home platforms, including TV screens in taxi cabs, elevators and aboard New York-New Jersey PATH trains. The station also delivers news and information across all platforms, including its dedicated website, mobile app and social media platforms. For more information about NBC 4 New York, visit NBCNewYork.com.
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