Today, former WNBC-4 political reporter Jay DeDapper launched an eponymous New York–based production company.
“Pretty pictures and nice editing are meaningless without a well told story,” writes Mr. DeDapper on his company’s new site. “That’s what we do. We are storytellers.”
Mr. DeDapper is one of several high-profile anchors and reporters who Read More
On Friday night, a roiling crowd of local TV newsmen and -women packed into an Irish bar in midtown to toast their former colleagues who had recently lost their jobs in the layoffs and buyouts that have been sweeping WNBC-4, NBC’s flagship station in New York.
In the days leading up to the party, Read More
NBC News Forum host Jay DeDapper pressed freshman Representative John Hall on the Iraq war during the taping of the show today.
DeDapper notes that Hall and others won their seats in 2006 in part because of sweeping antiwar sentiment, but as he faces reelection, he may have to explain why the country is Read More
Bill Thompson has a problem with congestion pricing.
Here’s part of the transcript from a television interview Thompson did this morning with NBC’s Jay DeDapper which will air on Sunday:
Mr. THOMPSON: I’ve got some problems with it. I mean…
DeDAPPER: Name one big problem you have.
Mr. THOMPSON: Well, how do you Read More
Two of the state Senate’s most articulate members, Marty Golden and Eric Schneiderman, debated Eliot Spitzer’s driver’s license plan today on NBC’s News Forum where host “Jay DeDapper was forced to play referee as the two men battled it out.”
Before the outbursts (sort of minor, but still), Schneiderman said there is Read More
Here’s a bit of Bill Thompson’s interview with Jay DeDapper of WNBC in which he discusses Eliot Spitzer’s still-unfolding Joe Bruno problem.
Thompson said that if a circumstance arose in which his own chief of staff failed to inform him that he was doing the kinds of things Spitzer’s top aide, Rich Read More
So, how does anybody run for mayor in this town in the wake of Michael Bloomberg? Aside from the disastrous school bus plan, the race to City Hall at times seems more like a race to stand closest to Bloomberg.
Case in point, WNBC reporter Jay DeDapper’s interview with Christine Quinn, whose big Read More
This Sunday on NBC’s News Forum, reporter Jay DeDapper talks to republican gubernatorial candidate John Faso.
When asked if he would like George Bush to campaign with him should he be nominated for the republican ticket, he responded: “Well, I will be delighted to have the support of all the republicans that want to Read More