Terry Sheridan has been New York City Reporter for WBGO News since 2001, after serving as Director of Programming and Operations at Shadow Broadcast Services. Prior to that, he was an airborne traffic reporter on WCBS-AM, and also a staff announcer/producer at WOR.
Terry started his career at WGCH-AM in Greenwich, Connecticut, before moving to WXPS in Westchester as Morning Show Host.
He received his B.A. in Communications from Fordham University in 1983, where he was Program Director of WFUV-FM. He was honored with the Father McGinley Award from the Communications Department.
His "on the scene" reports have aired on NPR, ABC, CNN Radio, AP Radio, as well as the CBC in Canada.
Reflecting on September 11th and the weeks he spent at Ground Zero following the attacks, Terry says, "It's still surreal all these years later. But the stories of the rescue and recovery workers, and volunteers, needed to be told. I hope I did right by them."
His work has been recognized and honored by the Associated Press, PRNDI (Public Radio News Directors), The New York Association of Black Journalists, The Garden State Association of Black Journalists, and has contributed to work honored with Edward R. Murrow Awards by the RTNDA.
Terry's a member of the "Inner Circle of City Hall Journalists", a group of City Hall reporters who roast the Mayor each year at a show for charity. He is also a member of the New York Press Club.
He can also be heard on 1010 WINS.