Larry Moscow is a partner at maslansky + partners, marketing, research and strategy firm in Washington, D.C. specializing in language and messaging. His experience and expertise span a range of disciplines, including strategic communications and media counsel, policy advocacy, employee communications, and crisis communications. Larry has advised and worked with many industry-leading companies, trade associations, foundations and non-profits including NBC Universal, Comcast, Anheuser-Busch, AARP, the Gates Foundation, the Motion Picture Association of America and the American Museum of Natural History.
A National Emmy award-winning television producer, Larry spent more than two decades as a television executive and news producer for CNBC, MSNBC, CNN, and PBS prior to joining m + p. Larry’s journalism career included a stint as Washington Bureau Chief for CNBC, directing coverage of Capitol Hill, the White House, and the regulatory agencies.
As a business journalist, Larry has extensive experience covering topics ranging from corporate strategy, international trade, health care, and the financial markets. While serving as part of the management team at CNBC, Larry led the redesign of the network’s financial news programming, including the creation of popular programs such as “Squawk Box” and “Power Lunch.” Larry was also executive producer of PBS’s acclaimed “Wall Street Week with FORTUNE” and senior producer of MSNBC’s “The News with Brian Williams.”
In 2004, Larry was appointed to the advisory board of INVESTOR EDUCATION, an organization designed to equip investors with the knowledge and skills necessary to make informed investment decisions. The non-profit entity was part of the “global settlement” between the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and 10 of the nation’s top investment firms. Larry and his wife Cindy live in Maryland with their children Brooke, Nikki, and Jason.