Errol Louis (born in 1962 in Harlem, USA) is a New York City journalist and television show host.
Louis is the current host of Inside City Hall, a program about New York City politics that airs nightly on NY1. Prior to joining NY1 in November 2010, Louis was a columnist for the New York Daily News, where he also served on the editorial board. On June 23, 2008, Louis became host of the Morning Show, a three-hour talk program on radio station WWRL; in 2009 he was succeeded by Mark Riley in that position. In November 2010 the Village Voice named him the city's best newspaper columnist and radio show host.
Formerly an associate editor of The New York Sun, Louis joined the Daily News in 2004 and for many years wrote a column, Commerce and Community, for Our Time Press, which is published weekly and based in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood of Brooklyn.
He has taught college courses, co-founded the Central Brooklyn Federal Credit Union, and was once named by New York Magazine as one of "10 New Yorkers Making a Difference", "with energy, vision and independent thinking."
Louis holds a B.A. in government from Harvard, an M.A. in political science from Yale, and a J.D. from Brooklyn Law School. He was raised in New Rochelle and lives in Crown Heights, Brooklyn with his wife, Juanita Scarlett, and their son.
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|Host of Inside City Hall
October 29, 2010–present
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