Anchors & Reporters
Dick Uliano

Dick Uliano joined CNNRadio Network in April 1999 and is one of the network's Washington correspondents. Uliano reports on news from the White House, Pentagon, State Department and other agencies in the executive branch of government. His responsibilities also include Washington-based general assignment reporting, ranging from court proceedings to protest marches.

Before joining CNN, Uliano was employed for 16 years with the Associated Press in its broadcast division, providing written reports for several thousand U.S. television and radio stations. His voiced reports were heard on AP's nationwide radio network and on Armed Forces Radio around the world.

At AP, Uliano covered nearly 40 space-shuttle launches from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, including the January 1986 Challenger explosion that killed seven astronauts. He has also covered airplane crashes, including the 1998 Swiss Air crash off the coast of Nova Scotia, as well as reported from the scene of hurricanes, floods and other natural disasters.

Uliano has traveled with Presidents Bill Clinton, George Bush and Ronald Reagan and been on the presidential campaign trails in 1988, 1992 and 1996. As AP Radio's congressional correspondent in 1999, he reported on President Clinton's impeachment and trial.

Uliano earned a bachelor's degree in mass communication from Emerson College in Boston.