Simon Surowicz is an award-winning multimedia producer with more than twenty-five years of experience in network news. He produced a one-hour ABC News PrimeTime special on the largest diamond heist in history, now about to be made into a movie by Paramount. He was the creative brain and the managing editor of ABC's investigative Website, "the Blotter," the first to break the Mark Foley congressional sex scandal.
His television work at ABC News has earned him four Emmy Awards, a George Polk, a DuPont, a Peabody and an Overseas Press Club Award.
Simon Surowicz worked six years with Mike Wallace at "60 Minutes" and then fourteen years for ABC News' Chief Investigative Correspondent Brian Ross. Simon is currently an adjunct professor at Columbia University and CUNY's Graduate School of Journalism. He can be contacted about teaching assignments and speaking engagements at firstname.lastname@example.org
Adjunct Faculty Columbia University
Assistant Professor Purchase College
Adjunct Professor New York University
CUNY Graduate School of Journalism
Producer: "The Great Diamond Heist" for ABC News
"Flawless" new book on the Diamond Heist
Emmy 2006 "Conduct Unbecoming"
Emmy 2005 "Money Trail Series"
Online News Association Award "Foley"
National Headliner Award
ABC News: President's Note
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