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June Grasso, an accomplished Emmy-Award winning journalist, assumes the role of anchor for the daily shows “Bloomberg Law” and “Bloomberg Best” on Bloomberg Radio.
Before joining Bloomberg, Grasso made significant contributions to the field of journalism. She served as an anchor at Court TV, where she skillfully combined trial coverage with her role as a legal analyst for the ABC Radio Network.
During her time at Court TV, Grasso also worked as a correspondent for the network’s documentary series “Crime Stories,” delving into the experiences of trial participants long after the verdict was reached. Additionally, she anchored the informative consumer affairs show “Legal Café,” covering a wide range of topics such as privacy issues and custody disputes.
Grasso’s expertise as a legal commentator extended to her role as a co-host on the nationally syndicated talk show “Prime Time” on the ABC Radio Network. Her valuable insights have been sought after on various network and syndicated shows, including “Dateline” and “Extra.”
Prior to her work in national news, Grasso gained valuable experience as an anchor and reporter at KITV, the ABC affiliate in Honolulu, Hawaii. Her coverage spanned diverse subjects, from volcanic eruptions to exclusive stories on undercover police drug busts.
June Grasso’s exceptional contributions to journalism have earned her accolades and recognition. She was awarded an EMMY for her work on the documentary “The Mob in Atlantic City” and received the Peter Rodino Law Society’s Achievement Award for her exceptional work in legal broadcasting.
Beyond her journalism career, Grasso also holds a rich legal background. She served as Legal Counsel to the Lieutenant Governor of Hawaii and began her career as a trial attorney at the esteemed New York law firm Hawkins, Delafield & Wood.
Grasso’s educational achievements are equally impressive, having obtained a law degree from Harvard Law School. She also holds a Masters Degree in Journalism from Columbia University and graduated with high honors as a Phi Beta Kappa from Wellesley College.