STEVE COHEN
Producer/Creator

Steve Cohen is a television producer with two decades of broadcasting experience.       

From 2001-2012, Steve worked for CBS's "Early Show," a national morning program airing 7a.m. to 9 a.m. Monday through Saturday. Steve produced a variety of taped and live segments for the broadcast ranging from the world of hard news to business, sports, and entertainment features.

Steve's work at the "Early Show" has earned him an Emmy nomination and a DuPont Award. In 2011, Steve was put in charge of books and authors at the "Early Show." Steve produced segments with guests including former presidents Carter, Bush 41 and 43, and President Clinton.     

Steve produced segments composed of a variety of guests, ranging from entertainers like Ben Stiller, Mark Wahlberg, and Robert Downey Jr.  to athletes like Derek Jeter and Tiger Woods to world leaders like Mexican President Felipe Calderon and Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Former vice president Dick Cheney, Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer, former Defense Secretary William Cohen, Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz, were among the guests Steve had on the "Early Show."       

Steve was put in charge of the segments taking place outside the show's studios and helped transform "The Plaza" into a vibrant, fun area. Each morning, hundreds of people were drawn to 59th and 5th to take part in the goings-on. Steve collaborated with the Guinness Book of World Records to create the celebrated "Guinness Week" at the "Early Show," and with the National Football League to create and produce the annual NFL Draft special at the "Early Show."  

In addition to a number of consulting and television projects, Steve has also worked at "Good Day NY." Since Steve's arrival in September of 2012, "Good Day NY" has become the #1-rated show in the New York area and its ratings have surpassed those of "The Today Show" and "Good Morning America."  

Before working for the "Early Show," and “Good Day NY”, Steve was the manager of news planning for ABC News Radio, a network serving 4500 affiliates across the United States. Steve's responsibilities included producing the feature "Road to the White House" and helping to program the networks millennium, election, and Olympic coverage.      

Cohen started his broadcasting career at WCBS Newsradio88 as a desk assistant and advanced to writer, producer and managing editor before leaving in 1999. Steve earned an AIR award for his work related to the impeachment of President Clinton.

During his first stint with CBS, Steve also worked for CBS Sports, WCBS-TV and CBS weekend News.

Steve attended the University of Michigan where he was an editor for the school newspaper, "The Michigan Daily," and wrote for the "Ann Arbor News," "Detroit News," and "Detroit Free Press." In addition, Steve earned a Masters degree in English from the State University of New York at Stony Brook.