Background: Mr. Glor double majored in journalism and economics and won a best-in-journalism award at Syracuse University in New York.
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Before graduating, he had become a news writer at Syracuse’s WSTM-TV in 1997. Over the next six years, he would report from New York on 9/11 and from Toronto on a papal visit in 2002. His extracurricular activities included serving as a contributing researcher and writer on “The Legal Handbook for New York State Journalists.” He was hired in 2003 by WHDH-TV as weekend anchor and weekday reporter, the latter role bringing him to such high-profile assignments as the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens; Pope John Paul II’s death in Rome; and congressional hearings on steroid use in Major League Baseball. Since becoming a New York-based national correspondent in early 2007, he has embedded with U.S. soldiers in Iraq and reported on Pope Benedict XVI’s visit to Washington and New York City as well as the Republican National Convention in Minneapolis. He has been the lead political contributor to “The Early Show,” on which he also is a frequent substitute anchor.
Buzz: Those who know Mr. Glor know he’s a very nice, very smart, very good writer and reporter with a long, unlimited career ahead of him.