Adam Shapiro (television reporter)

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Adam Shapiro is a conservative financial news Anchor at Yahoo Finance. Prior to that he was an anchor and investigative journalist at FOX Business Network (FBN).[1] He joined FBN in September, 2007 as a Washington DC based reporter and has reported extensively on the US Government, Treasury Department, Federal Reserve and White House. In 1998, Shapiro was hired as a news anchor at WEWS-TV (ABC) in Cleveland.[2] While there, he also anchored Emmy Award-winning morning show Good Morning Cleveland. While there, he received a 2003 regional Emmy Award for Best Anchor and a 2002 Associated Press Award for Best Reporter.[3]

Shapiro left Cleveland in June, 2006 to work for New York's WNBC-TV. As a general assignment reporter for the local morning show Today in New York, he covered all aspects of New York City. He also occasionally anchored the early evening and nightly newscasts. In September 2018, it was announced that Shapiro would be going to work for Yahoo Finance as an anchor.[4]


  1. ^ Morona, Joey (October 17, 2017). "Catching up with Adam Shapiro: Former Ch. 5 anchor celebrates 10 years on Fox Business Network". The Plain Dealer.
  2. ^ Cleveland Plain Dealer Archives
  3. ^ "Adam Shapiro - Personality Bio -". Archived from the original on February 4, 2012. Retrieved February 19, 2012.
  4. ^ Katz, A.J. (September 20, 2018). "FBN Correspondent Adam Shapiro Is Leaving to Become an Anchor at Yahoo Finance". Adweek.

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