Mike Morris brings you MOVERS & SHAKERS, a program that searches out the best in business, real estate, entrepreneurship and education, and brings it to you in an informative and entertaining format. Learn about the latest trends and topics that face us and focus us every day on MOVERS & SHAKERS!
MIKE MORRIS is an on camera television personality and experienced producer, who works extensively in front of and behind the camera. He is currently seen and heard on television nationally and in the Number One New York market, on TV spots and as an announcer for the PBS Network. While a Reporter at New York City’s WNBC-TV & WPIX-TV, he was awarded NY Emmys at both stations, and now specializes in entertainment feature pieces that air on the number one rated program on Food Network.
That program is DINERS, DRIVE-INS & DIVES, 5 time Primetime EMMY Nominated, and hosted by Guy Fieri. Mike has been with the show since its inception, having produced 448 segments at last count, across the USA, Europe, Mexico and Canada. He is Senior Field Producer, and is responsible for the development, execution and directing the field shooting of the stories that make this 4 time Telly Award winning show so wildly popular. Mike is also an announcer at the PBS Network’s New York flagship stations, WNET-TV and WLIW-TV, and for the National PBS Network. He also appeared as a featured reporter in the movie, MAID IN MANHATTAN, starring Jennifer Lopez and as a news anchor in the TNT mini-series, THE GRID, starring Juliana Margulies.
Mr. Morris is a Media Trainer, his many contacts come from his time as an ABC-TV Business Reporter/Anchor on the nationally syndicated television program Business Week MONEYTALKS, broadcast from the floor of American Stock Exchange in NYC. He then became host of THE AMERICAN CONSUMER, doing on-site news packages and interviews with the top consumer voices across the country. He has been heard nationally on TV voice-over spots for clients including Levolor Miniblinds, Bayliner Boats, Entertainment Weekly, and Brother Printers.