Marty Goldensohn is a veteran journalist on radio, TV and print. If
his name rings a bell with public radio addicts, he was New York
Bureau Chief of Marketplace for years. He was also news director of
WBAI and WNYC, where he anchored New York Considered. His Currents on
WNET-TV won Emmys for coverage of the AIDS epidemic and other issues.
Marty also wrote “Town Without Pity,” the satirical column for Newsday
in which he made mercilous fun of himself, his cat, and the Mayor.