• We Will See You in 2021!


    Thank you for your patience as we took the time to review our options for the Inner Circle Show. For nearly 100 years, our annual event has raised much-needed funds for local charities. This year, we’re taking a pause to allow our beautiful city to stay inside and #FlattenTheCurve.


    We will not be gathering together to celebrate in person this year, but we know you’ll make next year’s show the best one yet. Meanwhile, your continued support during this unprecedented time allows us to carry on our mission. Click here to support us.


    And stay tuned as we explore ways to provide a virtual glimpse into what we were working on this year!


    Stay safe. Stay healthy. We’ll see you next year!

2014 New Inner Circle Members

Here are the newest members of the Inner Circle:

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Samantha Liebman

Samantha Liebman is currently the only reporter covering New York City  for Verizon FiOS 1 News. She’s a proud native New Yorker  and avid Rangers, Knicks, Giants and Mets fan.

Before she FiOS 1, Samantha was an anchor/reporter for NY1’s New Jersey Unit. She started her on-air career in market 179–Marquette, Michigan–at NBC affiliate, WLUC-TV. She lives in Manhattan with her fiance and their dog.

Samantha’s broadcasting career actually started in 1994 with an internship at WFAN, a gig she got by chasing down the WFAN van on her street. When the driver parked, she asked if they offered internships to high school students;
the driver, who was the promotions director, asked if she babysat–a deal was struck.

     Larry Seary is currently president of the New York Press Club; he has also served on the TV Academy’s national board, after three terms as a local chapter governor. He’s been nominated nine times for an Emmy, and was awarded three Emmys – one for camera, and two for news productions.
    During his 34-year career at WNBC, he has held newsgathering positions as varied as assignment editor, cameraperson, direction of field operations, and producer.
    He is also a 35-year member of Greater New York Mensa, which, he says, might explain his state of confusion. He resides in Beechhurst, Queens with his wife Phyllis.
     Alice Stockton-Rossini is a news anchor-reporter and talk show host for WOR/24-7News at Clear Channel Communications.
She has had a broad career on NYC airwaves, working 24 hers at 1010 WINS and earlier in Philadelphia
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