Over more than two decades, Steve Dunlop has earned a reputation as one of the most trusted and effective communications trainers in the industry. He has worked with more than 40 Fortune 500 companies, training C-level executives, doctors, attorneys, scientists, celebrities, professional athletes, and members of the news media.
In the U.S. news industry, Dunlop has collected three Emmys, six Emmy nominations, and the James Wright Brown Award from the Society of Professional Journalists. His many interview subjects have included public figures such as Richard Nixon, Jimmy Carter, Donald Trump, Al Gore and Elie Wiesel, and celebrities such as Frank Sinatra, Steven Spielberg, Christopher Reeve, Charles M. Schultz, and Andy Warhol.
Most recently, Dunlop spent 14 years as a Bulletin Center correspondent for the CBS Evening News, responsible for updates to the broadcast's West Coast edition and break-ins during prime time. He also anchored the CBS News program "Up To The Minute."
Prior to joining CBS, Dunlop wrote, reported, or anchored for such news organizations as NBC, CNN, Reuters, and the Associated Press, as well as for Metromedia, which pioneered Channel 5/New York's highly-rated Ten O'Clock News. While at Channel 5, Dunlop was tapped to become one of the first reporters for Fox Television. (See photos above.)
To our clients, Dunlop is an engaging lecturer, a highly effective teacher, and an out-of-the-box thinker. His proprietary methodology, known as PATH™, has been used to train senior executives and communicators from a cross-section of contemporary business life.
In 1992, Dunlop's colleagues elected him president of the Deadline Club, the New York City chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists (www.spj.org). He holds a B.A. degree in Political Economics from Fordham University. Dunlop lives with his wife and family in New York.