Scott Goldberg Joins ABC News

ABC News President Ben Sherwood sent the following note to the news division announcing that Scott Goldberg is joining ABC News Radio as Staff Correspondent :

Please join me in congratulating Scott Goldberg on his recent assignment as Staff Correspondent for ABC News Radio. He will split his time between reporting and anchoring newscasts.

Scott is a truly modern broadcaster who has combined an innate curiosity about the world with substantial television experience and digital audio skills. His work has taken him around the globe, from the U.S. to Latin America, Western Europe and Asia.

For several years Scott was a freelance correspondent for NewsOne after spending nearly a decade covering business, political and breaking news for local stations in the South and Midwest. Scott covered the economic and political crises in Argentina for a year for NPR during an incredibly turbulent time in that country.

Scott's award-winning reporting has covered almost every topic imaginable, including natural disasters, economic upheaval, international politics and energy independence. He is a tireless journalist, and I'm delighted he's joining our team at ABC News Radio.

Please welcome Scott to ABC News.


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