Bobby Cuza (NY1 Reporter) Age, Bio, Wife, Career & Net Worth

Bobby Cuza
Bobby Cuza

Who is Bobby Cuza?

Bobby Cuza, an experienced multimedia journalist, has been part of NY1 since 2003. He initially served as a transit reporter, breaking several major stories and hosting the popular weekend show “In Transit.” In 2009, he shifted to political reporting, covering a range of events from local issues to the ongoing 9/11 terror trial at Guantanamo Naval Base. Before joining NY1, Cuza worked as a reporter at Newsday’s city bureau and as a metro reporter for the Los Angeles Times. He graduated from Stanford University with a B.A. in philosophy.

Bobby Cuza age and birthday

He was born in 1977 in Manhattan Beach, California.

Bobby Cuza height and weight

He has a height of 1.78m and weighs 70kg.

Bobby Cuza educational background

Cuza has a strong educational background, with a B.A. in Philosophy from Stanford University. Before joining NY1 in January 2003, he worked at Newsday’s city bureau and the Los Angeles Times as a metro reporter. He also completed internships at Time Magazine and Sports Illustrated.

Bobby Cuza spouse and children

Cuza resides in Brooklyn with his wife and two daughters. Unfortunately, he has not yet shared their details, such as names. We will update you once we have this data.

Bobby Cuza
Bobby Cuza

Bobby Cuza parents and siblings

Unfortunately, Cuza has not yet disclosed details about his parents or siblings, if any. We will update you once we have this data.

Bobby Cuza career

Bobby Cuza’s journalism career spans over two decades, primarily with NY1 since 2003, where he has tackled a diverse array of stories. From covering crises like blackouts and transit strikes to uncovering peculiar incidents such as a 400-pound tiger found in a Harlem apartment, Cuza has navigated through a wide spectrum of reporting challenges.

His journey at NY1 evolved significantly in August 2009 when he transitioned from being a transit reporter, a role he held for more than six years, to joining the political reporting team. During his tenure as a transit reporter, Cuza broke numerous impactful stories, including exposing vulnerabilities in railyard security and highlighting setbacks in plans for wireless connectivity in the subway system. Notably, he was the first journalist to report on the impending transit workers’ strike in December 2005.

As a political reporter, Cuza delves into complex issues, often spending considerable time in courtrooms covering cases of political corruption. His journalistic endeavours have also taken him to the Guantanamo Naval Base’s military courtroom, where he reported on the ongoing 9/11 terror trial, showcasing his versatility and dedication to covering critical national and international developments.

Beyond his professional achievements, Cuza cherishes personal moments, such as a memorable story featuring a subway busker who later performed at his wedding after captivating him with a piano performance at West 4th Street’s platform. Cuza’s home is in Brooklyn, where he resides with his wife and two daughters, balancing his career achievements with a cherished family life.

Bobby Cuza net worth and salary

He has a net worth of $5 million and receives an annual salary of $120,000.

Bobby Cuza social media handles: Twitter & Facebook 

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