Eric Landskroner

Eric Landskroner Eric Landskroner

Eric Landskroner is the producer and host of the daily “Tech Check” and “It's Your Money” segments as well as the anchor and host of “Power & Politics” for News 12 New Jersey. He is an award winning veteran anchor, host and reporter with more than 20 years in the business, both in front of the camera and behind the scenes.

Landskroner actually started his career at News 12 New Jersey, as an audio and tape operator, later moving into the newsroom having realized a knack for writing and producing. He went on to write for FOX News Channel, MSNBC, CNBC, Suze Orman, and NBC. Landskroner has also been a Producer at MSNBC and spent two years line producing NBC's early morning network newscast Early Today.  He later landed in front of the camera, anchoring business webcasts for MSNBC.com as well as fill-in anchoring on MSNBC Cable's News Updates.  Eventually, he returned to News 12 as Shore Reporter, and then spent the next 11 years on the anchor desk.

After Superstorm Sandy struck, he anchored a nightly show called Recovery: Day by Day, which focused on the clean-up and rebuilding efforts in the region, including many of the communities where he spent much of his childhood.

Landskroner is a proud graduate of Rutgers University.

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