Scott Gurian has been with The Takeaway since 2010. Previously, he spent five years as News Director at radio station KGOU in central Oklahoma, where he covered everything from the Oklahoma City bombing anniversary and political wrangling at the state capitol to tornadoes and the annual prison rodeo. In the process, he won an Edward R. Murrow award for his story about guys who stick their hands in the mouths of giant catfish.
Scott's work has aired on NPR, the BBC and dozens of public radio stations and programs around the country. He studied radio documentary at the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies in Portland, Maine and looks forward to doing more international reporting.
It was another cold night for many in the northeast. Hundreds of thousands without power had to withstand the power of a nor'easter storm that brought snow to places still recovering from Sandy. New Jersey Public Radio reporter Scott Gurian reports from the affected area.
New York and New Jersey are still reeling from Hurricane Sandy. J. David Goodman, reporter for our partner, The New York Times, and freelance reporter Scott Gurian explain the latest on the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.
Freelance reporter Scott Gurian is in New Jersey, where’s he’s been giving updates since yesterday morning. Bob Hennely is a reporter for WNYC.
Hurricane Sandy-related flooding has already been reported as far north as New Jersey. Scott Gurian, freelance reporter in Monmouth Beach, New Jersey describes the view from the beach.