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Michael J. Feeney in His Own Words: Celebrating The Career of WNBC-TV News Anchor Sue Simmons

VIDEO: What's The 411TV Pays Tribute to the Life of Michael J. Feeney

What's The 411TV pays tribute to the life of journalist Michael J. Feeney with this video when he celebrated the career of the legendary veteran news anchor Sue Simmons of WNBC-TV at an event sponsored by Essence magazine, the New York Association of Black Journalists, the Black Employees at Time Inc.

Michael Feeney worked for the New York Daily News and was president of the New York Association of Black Journalists, where he helped young aspiring journalists enter the news business including those in NYABJ's high school journalism program. Michael Feeney had landed a new job at CNN just prior to his death. 

Michael Feeney passed away on January 31, 2016, at the age of 32 years. He will be remembered as an exceptional journalist with tremendous promise and an outstanding leader

Looking Back at Former NYABJ President Michael J. Feeney Who Died At Age 32

VIDEO: In His Own Words, Michael J. Feeney shows why he was the right person to lead the NYABJ

What's The 411TV is using this video as one of its videos to pay tribute to the life of journalist Michael J. Feeney; he passed away on January 31, 2016, at the age of 32 years.

In this video, Michael Feeney is talking to What's the 411TV's Andrew Rosario, as the new president of the New York Association of Black Journalists, The interview took place at a fundraising awards event for the NYABJ.

Michael Feeney worked for the New York Daily News and was president of the New York Association of Black Journalists, where he helped young aspiring journalists enter the news business including those in NYABJ's high school journalism program. Originally from Teaneck, New Jersey, New York City had become Feeney's second home. As a young reporter for the New York Daily News, Feeney covered the "village" of Harlem in Manhattan. Michael Feeney had landed a new job as an entertainment reporter at CNN just prior to his death from a staph infection in his kidney.

Just prior to his death from a staph infection in his kidney, Michael Feeney had landed his dream job as an entertainment reporter for CNN.

He will be remembered as an exceptional journalist with tremendous promise and an outstanding leader who did not run away from adversity.

Michael J. Feeney Presides Over Successful NYABJ Gala

VIDEO: Feeney elated that his first NYABJ gala is successful and will provide resources for NYABJ's initiatives; Robert J. Naylor, Jr. and Gil Noble honored

What's The 411's correspondent, Andrew Rosario, checks in with NY Daily News Reporter and New York Association of Black Journalists President Michael J. Feeney at the NYABJ annual gala.

Mr. Feeney talks about the revitalization of NYABJ by providing more programs for its members, internship opportunities for students, and through the extension of scholarships for aspiring minority journalists.

Additionally, NYABJ was proud to present a Lifetime Achievement Award to veteran journalist Robert J. Naylor, Jr. and a posthumous award to the late Gil Noble, a legendary veteran journalist who was a staple at WABC-TV News with his weekly news commentary show, Like It Is.

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