Memoirs of a New York City Guy
A personal, uplifting, humorous story for NYC lovers, media execs, survivors, and nostalgia buffs. Anthony Motta retired as a senior vice president of Mendelsohn Media Research in 2004. This is a native New Yorker's hilarious account of his up & down life and his checkered career at People magazine, The New York Times and MMR, Inc. The autobiography paints some very funny scenes of family life and growing up in a neighborhood he calls "The nickname capital of the world." He also relates his antics in school, his days as a Brooklyn Dodgers fan, Army life, his crazy-ass friends, surviving cancer, dealing with retirement and luncheons with many famous media darlings of publishing and television.
- 07 Sep 2011
- Morrisville, NC, United States