Emmy Award winning correspondent Roseanne Colletti joined News 4 New York in January 1997 as a Consumer Reporter. Colletti files reports with a strong focus on money-saving tips, product recalls and efficient spending. She has appeared on CNBC and MSNBC.
Prior to joining NBC4, Colletti was a general assignment reporter at WCBS-TV for almost 20 years. She distinguished herself as CBS2’s New Jersey Correspondent and in July 1986 launched the station’s “Troubleshooter” unit for which she won two Emmys and several other awards. Her investigative reports on issues of concern to consumers earned her the recognition of being one of the station’s most highly respected reporters.
Prior to WCBS-TV, Colletti was an anchor at WNGE-TV in Nashville, Tennessee and for KSLA-TV in Shreveport, Louisiana. She has also worked as a reporter for KFDM-TV in Beaumont, Texas where she received the Associated Press Broadcasters “Best Documentary Award” for her report on sub-standard housing.
Colletti holds a Bachelor’s of Arts Degree in Communications from the University of Houston.