Gabe Pressman, the longtime WNBC TV reporter whose career stretched back more than 60 years, has died. He was 93.
The Bronx native got his start with WNBC in 1956 and became a iconic figure in New York City.
The veteran reporter is credited with inventing the craft of street reporting. Pressman is recognized by the viewing audience, political and community leaders, and his NBC colleagues, as one of New York's most respected journalists.
Here is look back at his life and legendary career:
Gabe Pressman touched countless lives, and even at 93 years old, he never stopped working. Sue Simmons joins Stefan Holt and Natalie Pasquarella to pay tribute to the legendary New York journalist -- who, up until last week, was showing up in the NBC New York newsroom.