Gary Duff is an award-winning journalist, and active multimedia and political consultant for high-profile politicians, writers, and activists.
He currently hosts the syndicated radio-talk program The Gary Duff Show, as well as Gary Duff’s New American Kitchen. Both programs received significant note in his flagship station's programming portfolio the same year the station received a 2014 "Non-commercial Station of the Year" NAB Marconi Award.
Duff's program has featured interviews with Nobel Peace Prize Recipient Elie Wiesel, Secretary of State John Kerry, British royal and Duchess of York Sarah Ferguson, actress and activist Eva Longoria, NBA basketball player Chris Bosh and even an exchange with then President of Iran Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
In 2015, Duff was awarded a Gracie for his coverage of the effects of Alzheimer’s disease on women. Fellow award recipients that year included Julia Roberts, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Olivia Munn and Cicely Tyson. He received a second Gracie for his coverage of female chefs and their struggles in the restaurant industry. Duff is also a 4x Press Club Award winner, covering a wide range of issues from politics to food to the arts.