Pablo Guzman, the CBS reporter who won an Emmy, passed away at the age of 73. Colleagues are in mourning for the renowned New York journalist who passed away early on Sunday from an unexpected heart attack.

Guzmán was instrumental in the founding of the Young Lords, a radical group made up primarily of Puerto Ricans, in New York in 1969. The group’s mission was to fight against things like racism, police brutality, militarism, and US imperialism.

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Cause of death-

As per media reports, he died due to an unexpected heart attack on Sunday.

Net worth-

Several sources estimate his net worth to be in the neighborhood of $1 million. Based on his work as an activist, and journalist, this estimate has been made.


Pablo Guzman was born in 1950. He died at the age of 73.

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Esteemed journalist Pablo Guzman has contributed significantly to several television networks, including WNBC-TV, WCBS-TV, and Metromedia Channel 5 WNEW-TV. Born in New York City in 1950, Guzman first pursued a career in print journalism, contributing to magazines like the Village Voice, Essence, Rolling Stone, Musician, Downbeat, Billboard, and the New York Daily News. He is well-known for his perceptive reporting and ability to connect with a wide range of audiences.

Guzman made the switch to television in 1984, beginning his career at WNEW-TV and going on to WNBC-TV and WCBS-TV before landing a job as a senior correspondent for CBS 2 News. Throughout his career, he reported on a broad range of stories involving politics, the courts, sports, and criminal activity. He was also a passionate supporter of social justice and regularly covered problems affecting underrepresented groups.

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Guzman, a two-time winner of the Emmy Award and recipient of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists’ recognition, made a lasting impression on the journalism community in New York City. Many people were captivated by his warmth, humor, and unwavering dedication to his craft.

Wife and children-

He was married to Debbie Corley. The couple had two children –  Angela Guzman and Danie Guzmanl.