Title: Author, Broadcaster, Writer
Location: Fair Lawn, New Jersey, United States
Dan Schlossberg, broadcaster, author and writer, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Artists for dedication, achievements, and leadership in baseball and travel journalism.
With a journalism career spanning over 49 years, Dan Schlossberg is identified as one of the premier experts in his field and is best known as one of the county’s premier baseball experts. Throughout the scope of his career, he has worked as a broadcast analyst, commentator, writer, author and entrepreneur. His career as a sports editor and newsman for the Associated Press in Newark, New Jersey gave him the foundation to expand his career through multiple channels authoring and co-authoring over 39 published books and over 25,000 published articles. Mr. Schlossberg has interviewed numerous baseball hall of famers and is a frequent guest speaker at many of the sports museums, area libraries and civic and religious organizations on the topic of baseball. Former positions held as Editor for Healthgrades Inc., Editor-in-Chief for the Bergen Jewish News in Paramus, New Jersey, Editor-in-chief for the Motor Club of America, Travel Account Executive for M. Silver Associates and President of the North American Travel Journalists Association has laid the groundwork for his success in his freelance writing and travel journalism.
Mr. Schlossberg received both his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Newspaper Journalism from Syracuse University in 1969. He is the recipient of several Garden State Journalists Association Awards from 2017 to 2019 and has been presented with numerous North American Travel Journalists Association Awards from 1991 to 2006. Additionally, he has been presented with the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award in 2019. Currently, he is a member of the Society for American Baseball Research, the American Society of Journalists and Authors, the Garden State Journalists Association and the non-profit Group Against Smoking Pollution.
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