Anthony Noto is a multimedia journalist currently working as a reporter with The Daily Deal in New York. Before switching gears to business news, he interned for ABC News and the local newspaper in Staten Island, N.Y. covering a variety of topics including municipal news, minority issues and crime. He has degrees in Journalism and English, is a published illustrator, and can work in print, photography, radio, or video for the Web.
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May 2008 - Present
- Writing articles and feature stories for The Deal’s weekly Auction Block newsletter
- Interviewing analysts, bankers and corporate dealmakers within various sectors and industries
- Content management for TheDeal.com/Pipeline; updating the site with the latest financial news
- Launched a series of broker stories that tap into both low and middle market M&A deals and auctions
May 2007 - Jan 2008
- Facilitated daily activities such as editing articles and writing obituaries
- Pitched stories, interviewed local newsmakers and wrote articles for print and digital release
May 2007 - Aug 2007
ABC World News with Charles Gibson
- Conducted “man-on-street” reporting
- Assisted camera crews and Emmy winning editors
- Researched, screened and logged field tapes; learned how to write and distribute scripts
- Co-Produced a World News Webcast “intern-edition,” which was anchored by Mr. Gibson
May 2006 - Jul 2006
ABC News Radio
- Scheduled interviews and conducted “man-on-street” reporting
- Received training by professional producers, editors and on-air reporters
- Assisted producers on major live events such as “4th of July Live from Coney Island”