Warren Cereghino

 

Warren Wood Cereghino is a principal of Haese & Wood, providing services in the area of crisis management, crisis communications, and media spokesperson training.  A veteran television news executive, he has prepared people for what became successful walks in front of the crosshairs of media sharpshooting "60 Minutes".  Most recently the executive producer of a daily national news program for the broadcast entity of Chris-Craft Industries, Cereghino has a long history with NBC News, as well as Tribune Company, Cox Enterprises, Metromedia, McClatchy Newspapers and Meredith Publishing.  

 

Among a number of honors he has earned  in television broadcasting  is the prestigious George Foster Peabody award (known as the Pulitzer Prize of broadcasting) which was awarded to KTLA-TV News in Los Angeles for the station’s handling of the controversial Rodney King beating tape.