Tony Segreto is one of the most experienced and trusted news and sports anchors in South Florida history and was an integral part of the NBC news team for 40 years. Throughout his tenure, he worked as a photographer, producer, reporter and anchor. During his local and national broadcast career, Segreto interviewed some of the world's greatest athletes including Muhammad Ali, Don Shula, Dan Marino, Olympians Jessie Owens, Bob Beamon, Carl Lewis, Mark Spitz and Greg Lougainis, among others. He covered global events including Orange Bowls, Super Bowls, World Series, NBA Championships, Stanley Cups, PGA events, Grand Slam Tennis events and Olympic Games. Segreto has also been a member of the Orange Bowl Committee since 2008.