Roseanne Colletti, an Emmy Award-winning correspondent, has made her widespread admiration from her job among the tri-state area’s top consumer advocates. Further, her investigative reports about topics of concern to customers have earned her the recognition of being of that channel’s most respected reporters. She launched her very own channel’s Troubleshooter unit where she won two Emmy awards. Career And Progression
WCBS-TV 1997Roseanne combined NBC 4HD for a consumer writer in 1997. She records consumer reports using a solid focus on money-saving ideas, product recalls and effective spending. Roseanne rejoined NBC4 out of WCBS-TV and worked there for two decades. She afterwards distinguished herself as Channel two New Jersey Correspondent. Before linking to NBC4, Roseanne was a general assignment reporter in WCBS-TV where she worked for nearly twenty decades. In July 1986, she found the channel’s Troubleshoot unit for that she distinguishes herself as CBS2’s New and obtained many awards including Emmy. Her investigative reports on topics of concern to customers helped her to become recognized among the channel’s very highly respected reporters. She’s also renowned for composing a Weekly site on consumerism for its nationwide online paper, The Huffington Post. Revenue And Net Worth.