Dick Brennan (journalist)
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Dick Brennan is an American journalist. He is an anchor and reporter for WCBS-TV in New York City. He also co-anchors the News At Nine on CBS2's sister station WLNY, with Alice Gainer. Previously, he was a political reporter for Fox 5 News in New York City.
Before appearing on-camera, Dick was a producer for radio personality Bruce Williams, WWOR-TV and WNBC-TV. After anchoring and reporting at UPN-9, now known as MY-9, Brennan made the switch to Fox's flagship WNYW as an anchor and reporter. Brennan is the winner of numerous awards, and recently collected another EMMY Award for his CBS2'S coverage of Super-storm Sandy. He grew up in Queens, attended Archbishop Molloy High School, and then graduated from Fordham University in the Bronx. Brennan lives in New York, and is married with two daughters.
- "Dick Brennan out at WNYW/Ch. 5, and power's out on Ch. 5 weather; Sue Simmons vacations". NY Daily News. Retrieved 28 February 2013.
- "Veteran Reporter Dick Brennan Now Appearing on Channel 2". Media Bistro. Retrieved 28 February 2013.
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