48 Hours Correspondents

HAROLD DOW, Correspondent
Dow has been a correspondent for 48 Hours since 1990, after serving as a contributor to the broadcast since its premiere on Jan. 19, 1988.
BILL LAGATTUTA, Correspondent
Lagattuta was named a correspondent for 48 Hours in July 1995. The same year he received an Emmy Award for a 48 Hours report, "America's Mission," about Bosnia.
RICHARD SCHLESINGER, Correspondent
Richard Schlesinger is a correspondent for 48 Hours Investigates and contributes to the CBS Evening News and other broadcasts.
ERIN MORIARTY, Correspondent
Moriarty has been a correspondent for 48 Hours since June 1990. She had previously been the consumer correspondent for CBS This Morning and the CBS Evening News.
SUSAN SPENCER, Correspondent
Spencer has been a correspondent for 48 Hours since 1993. Her reports for the broadcast have ranged from coverage of the drug war in Colombia to segments on custody battles and on the rising tide of new immigrants in America.
PETER VAN SANT, Correspondent
Van Sant was named a correspondent for 48 Hours in December 1998. Included among his many reports for the broadcast is an investigation of a Florida murder case that resulted in the arrest of the victim's ex-husband.
TROY ROBERTS, Correspondent
Roberts was named a correspondent for 48 Hours in December 1998. His reports for the broadcast have ranged from a story on the rise in hate crimes to a report on the use of humans as research subjects to an investigation into a destructive cult.
MAUREEN MAHER, Correspondent
Maher was named a correspondent for CBS News in December 1999.
SUSAN ZIRINSKY, Executive Producer
Susan Zirinsky has served as executive producer of 48 Hours since July 1996. Before that, she was executive producer of "Campaign '96," CBS News' election-year political coverage.