Errol Louis joined NY1 in November 2010 as political anchor and host of "Inside City Hall," the city’s premiere news program covering New York politics and government. He regularly interviews top newsmakers, including Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Governor Andrew Cuomo and former governors David Paterson, Eliot Spitzer and George Pataki, as well as authors and filmmakers including Ken Burns, Robert Caro, Ralph Nader and Howard Dean. In 2012, Louis provided live coverage and commentary from the Republican and Democratic national conventions and co-moderated a live statewide debate for the U.S. Senate. Prior to joining NY1, Louis was a columnist and editorial board member of the New York Daily News. He also hosted The Morning Show on AM1600 WWRL, and in 2010 was named the city's Best Columnist & Radio Show Host by the Village Voice. He is the co-editor of Deadline Artists (2011), and Deadline Artists: Scandals, Tragedies and Triumphs (2012), two anthologies of America’s best newspaper columns. He has also been a CNN contributor since 2008. Louis holds a Bachelor's Degree in Government from Harvard University, a Master's in Political Science from Yale, and a Juris Doctorate from Brooklyn Law School.