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Tuesday, 30 September 2014

Gigi Stone

Gigi Stone

Occupation TV Newscaster, Journalist
Notable credit(s) Bloomberg TV, GMA

Gigi Stone (born October 15, 1979) is an American television correspondent and anchor. She has been an anchor, host, producer and correspondent for CBS News, ABC News and Bloomberg Television. At CBS News she has worked as a correspondent and anchor for "CBS Moneywatch" appearing on "CBS This Morning" and local CBS affiliates across the country. At Bloomberg TV she created, co-produced and hosted the "Inspiring Women in Business" interview series. She was a co-host for "Bloomberg Enterprise," a TV show profiling and interviewing the CEOS of fast-growing companies. Her expertise includes covering the businesses of media, entertainment and fashion. Stone has also worked as an anchor and on-air correspondent on ABC News for "Good Morning America," "World News" and "Nightline." She has anchored the news programs on WPIX-TV and NY1 News and worked as a host on various nationally syndicated lifestyle and entertainment shows. With an interest in women in business, Stone moderates panels for W.I.E. (Women, Inspiration and Enterprise) and PowerwomenTV. She is currently the on-air host and co-producer of "Hiring America," the first national TV series dedicated to helping military veterans find jobs.

Stone is listed as one of "The 10 Hottest TV News Anchors" on MTV's Guycode,,, and

Stone works regularly as an on-air media trainer and TV consultant and producer through her company StoneWoods Media. She works with performers, authors and executives to help them shape their media message and improve their on-air performance.

She is on the board of directors of "The Opportunity Network" a non-profit that helps low-income, high achieving students go on to great colleges and careers. She is also on the corporate advisory board for Thuzio, a media company.

BiographyEarly life

Stone grew up in Manhattan, where she attended the Nightingale-Bamford School, and the Trinity School and learned to speak French and Spanish. Stone received a Master's degree from Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism, where she won the John M. Patterson Prize for Best Television documentary. Stone volunteered in a Peace Corps-style program in South America, and is a graduate of the Outward Bound training school.

Early career

Stone's first major job was as a general assignment news reporter for WWAY-TV-3, the ABC affiliate in Wilmington, North Carolina, where she trained as a volunteer firefighter and battled a blaze as part of a news series. Stone later worked at the New York 1 network, as an anchor and correspondent.

ABC career

Stone was a business news reporter/correspondent for Business Week TV where she wrote, produced and reported live daily business updates for WABC-TV and BusinessWeek: Money Talks, a national consumer affairs finance program for ABC affiliates.

Stone has worked as a correspondent and anchor at ABC News. She reported for World News Tonight, Nightline, and Good Morning America. She worked as an anchor for World News Now and ABC News Now, the network's 24-hour news channel.

Stone has anchored and reported live, breaking news events including the September 11th attacks, the death of Bin Laden, Presidential elections, and Hurricane Katrina. She has reported, written and produced investigative series on pension shortfalls, health insurance fraud and predatory lending practices.

Bloomberg Television career

Stone has been a correspondent and host on Bloomberg Television since June 2009. She has anchored and reported live from the scene of major breaking financial news events. They include Bernie Madoff's trial, various insider trading cases, corporate mergers and acquisitions, and the Toyota recalls. Stone also serves as the co-host of "Bloomberg Enterprise," Bloomberg Television's weekly program profiling the CEOs of fast-growing companies.

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