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Tony is a seasoned and accomplished Emmy® Award-winning Investigative Reporter and Anchor with a distinguished career that has seen him working in some of the most renowned and reputable newsrooms across the United States. His professional journey has taken him through prominent cities such as Washington D.C., Tampa, Orlando, San Diego, New Haven, and Los Angeles.
Throughout his career, Tony has dedicated his time to the broadcast news industry, primarily in top 20 and top 10 markets. He has covered a wide range of stories, many of which have had a profound impact on the nation. Some of these stories include the Sandy Hook School Shooting, the Casey Anthony Trial, the Trayvon Martin Shooting, Hurricane Katrina, President Obama’s inauguration, the largest wildfires in California’s history, and the COVID-19 Pandemic.
One of the significant stories Tony covered took place at the Tijuana-San Diego Border, where he produced daily coverage of the caravan of asylum seekers from Central America. This topic created division and sparked the longest government shutdown in U.S. history.
Tony’s commitment to investigative journalism is evident in his work. He recently earned an Emmy® Award for an investigative piece on human smugglers, often referred to as ‘Coyotes.’ In this report, he went undercover to speak with actual ‘coyotes’ who work for the Mexican Cartel.
His journalistic career has not been confined to the United States, as it has taken him around the world. He has covered stories in countries such as India, Egypt, Turkey, South Korea, The Philippines, Australia, and Pakistan. During his global pursuits, he has interviewed a diverse range of individuals, from terrorists and religious leaders to the most underprivileged and scholarly figures.
It’s worth noting that Tony is the first generation in his family to be born in the United States, adding a personal layer to his dedication to reporting and storytelling.