Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Interview with Doug Muzzio on THE PEREZ NOTES - January 14th at 6 pm

On Wednesday, January 14th at 6PM Roberto Perez will be interviewing Professor Doug Muzzio. The Professor is one of the top political analyst in the country.

To listen to the interview go to www.lagcc.cuny.edu/webradio. Professor Muzzio's bio is below for those who want to know a little more about his work.

THE PEREZ NOTES airs every Wednesday from 6-8PM, so spread the news and tell a friend.

A specialist in American public opinion, voting behavior and city politics, Doug Muzzio has had extensive political, governmental, and media experience. He is the co-director of the Center for Innovation & Leadership in Government and the founder and former director of the Baruch College Survey Research Unit, both at Baruch College's School of Public Affairs.

Muzzio is also the political analyst and on-air commentator for WABC-TV New York and has done polling and political analysis for ABC-TV and other news organizations for more than two decades.

His governmental experience includes: twice-elected trustee of the Pequannock Township (New Jersey) Board of Education; chief-of-staff to New York City Councilmember At Large Antonio Olivieri; consultant to the New York City Charter Revision Commission; research director for the Dinkins mayoral campaign; consultant to City agencies and not-for-profit organizations, including the New York City Sanitation Department, the New York City Board of Education, the New York City Parks Council, the Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies, and the Hispanic Federation of New York City. He is in the fourth year of developing and delivering cultural diversity training programs for the New York City Police Department.

He is currently writing a book, The Reel City: The American City in Cinema, 1896-2001 on the images of the American city in movies.

Doug Muzzio was born, raised, schooled, had children in, and has always worked in New York City. He gives instruction in the art of speaking Brooklyn.