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Doug Adams (television producer)

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Doug Adams (television producer)

Doug Adams is an American television producer for NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams. He graduated from Bucknell University, in 1988.[1] Awards 2004 Gerald Loeb Award for Television Short Form business journalism for "The Jobless Recovery"[2] 2006 Gerald Loeb Award for Television Deadline business journalism for "The Katrina Deadline"[3] Edward R. Murrow Award 2008 Emmy Award Breaking News Story Long Form, for NBC News Decision 2008 Election Night[4][5] RTNDF German Fellowship[6] References Alumni Stories: Douglas Adams || Bucknell University "2004 Winners". UCLA Anderson School of Management. Archived from the original on August 26, 2012 – via Internet Archive. Lowe, Mary Ann (June 27, 2006). "2006 Gerald Loeb Award Winners Announced by UCLA Anderson School of Management". UCLA. Archived from the original on February 2, 2019. Retrieved February 1, 2019. "NBC News Wins Emmy for Election Night Coverage | Adam Verdugo". Archived from the original on 2011-07-07. Retrieved 2010-05-28.

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Steve Capus

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Steve Capus

Stephen Allan "Steve" Capus (born October 4, 1963) is an Executive Editor of CBS News.[1] He is the former president of NBC News.[2] Early life and career Steve Capus was born in 1963, the son of Jean and Paul Capus.[3] His mother is a teacher's aide; his father is a district manager for a dental supply company.[3] He graduated from William Tennent High School in Warminster, Pennsylvania, and went on to attend Temple University, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in journalism in 1986. Capus began his journalism career in radio and print, working at several stations and daily newspapers in the Philadelphia area. Capus was a director at WCSD-FM, a nonprofit community radio station in Warminster, in the early 1980s. He worked at WCAU-TV in Philadelphia in 1986, and became an executive producer with KYW-TV in Philadelphia in 1990. Capus moved to Charlotte, N.C. in 1993, joining the NBC News team as the senior producer of NBC Nightside, an overnight news program. Capus then continued his career with NBC in Ma

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Walt Bogdanich

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Walt Bogdanich

Walt Bogdanich (born October 10, 1950[1]) is an American investigative journalist and three-time recipient of the Pulitzer Prize. Life Bogdanich graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1975 with a degree in political science. He received a master's in journalism from Ohio State University in 1976. Bogdanich is assistant editor for the New York Times Investigations Desk and an adjunct professor at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. Before joining The Times in 2001, he was an investigative producer for 60 Minutes on CBS and for ABC News. Previously, he worked as an investigative reporter for The Wall Street Journal. He is married to Stephanie Saul, a reporter for The New York Times who won a Pulitzer Prize winner for her work at Newsday.[2] Awards In 1988, while a reporter for The Wall Street Journal, Bogdanich won the Pulitzer Prize for Specialized Reporting for reporting about faulty testing in American medical laboratories. He shared with Mike Wallace the 1999 Gerald L

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Adam Ciralsky

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Adam Ciralsky

Adam Ciralsky (born September 22, 1971) is an award-winning American journalist, television and film producer and attorney. Many of his original reports have been optioned and adapted for film and television through his production company P3 Media.[1] In 2018, Ciralsky's P3 Media signed a first-look deal with ABC Studios for scripted content.[2] Ciralsky has won many of journalism's highest honors including three Emmys,[3][4][5] a Peabody Award for Significant & Meritorious Achievement in Broadcasting & Cable,[6] a Polk Award for Outstanding Television Reporting,[7] an Alfred I. duPont–Columbia University Award for Breaking News and Sustained Coverage,[8] and a Loeb Award for Distinguished Business and Financial Journalism and a Barone Award for Excellence in National Affairs/Public Policy Journalism.[9] He is currently a contributing editor for Vanity Fair and has produced investigative stories and high-profile interviews for ABC News, CBS News' 60 Minutes, NBC News, andVice on HBO. Before embar

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Solly Granatstein

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Solly Granatstein

Solly Granatstein is an American television producer and director, formerly with CBS 60 Minutes,[1][2] NBC News and ABC News. He is co-creator, along with Lucian Read and Richard Rowley, of "America Divided",[3] a documentary series about inequality, and was co-executive producer of Years of Living Dangerously Season 1. He is the winner of twelve Emmys, a Peabody, a duPont, two Polks, four Investigative Reporters and Editors awards,[4] including the IRE medal,[5] and virtually every other major award in broadcast journalism. He is also the screenwriter, with Vince Beiser, of The Great Antonio, an upcoming film, developed by Steven Soderbergh and Warner Brothers. He graduated from Columbia University School of Journalism, in 1994[6] and in 2016 was the recipient of the school's Alumni Award. Awards 2006 and 2009 Emmys for "The Sea Gypsies," "Aftershock"[7] and "The Wasteland"[8] 2008 and 2009 Investigative Reporters & Editors for "The Death of Timothy Souders"[9] and "The Wasteland"[10] 2008 Georg

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Darren Gersh

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Darren Gersh

Darren Gersh on location for "India's Promise" Darren Gersh was the Washington, D.C. bureau chief for the PBS show, Nightly Business Report. He is currently a Senior Media Relations Specialist for the Federal Reserve. He was not retained when CNBC bought out the show in March, 2013. Gersh joined the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on June 3, 2013.[1] Gersh was educated at Yale University. He produced numerous segments for NBR including many specials with in depth coverage of the economies, cultures and issues relating to foreign countries such as China and Vietnam. He has won an Emmy. Awards 2008 Gerald Loeb Award for Television Daily business journalism for "India's Promise"[2] References https://twitter.com/DarrenGersh/statuses/341702388220035072 "2008 Gerald Loeb Award Winners Announced by UCLA Anderson School of Management". Fast Company. October 28, 2011. Retrieved February 1, 2019. External links

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Chris Cuomo

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Chris Cuomo

Christopher Charles Cuomo ( KWOH-moh; born August 9, 1970)[1][2] is an American television journalist, best known as the presenter of Cuomo Prime Time, a weeknight news analysis show on CNN.[3][4] Cuomo is the brother of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and son of the late New York Governor Mario Cuomo. Cuomo has previously been the ABC News chief law and justice correspondent and the co-anchor for ABC's 20/20,[3][4][5] and before his current show, he was one of two co-anchors of the weekday edition of New Day, a three-hour morning news show, until May 2018.[6] Early life and education Cuomo was born in the New York City borough of Queens. He is the youngest child of Mario Cuomo, the former Governor of New York, and Matilda Cuomo (née Raffa), and the brother of Andrew Cuomo, the current Governor of New York.[4] His parents were both of Italian descent; his paternal grandparents were from Nocera Inferiore and Tramonti in southern Italy, while his maternal grandparents were from Sicily (his grandfather from Me

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David Faber (CNBC)

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David Faber (CNBC)

David H. Faber (born March 10, 1964) is a financial journalist and market news analyst for the television cable network CNBC. He is currently one of the co-hosts of CNBC's morning show Squawk on the Street. Career Faber joined CNBC in 1993 after seven years at Institutional Investor. He has been dubbed "The Brain" by CNBC co-workers, and has hosted several documentaries on corporations, such as Wal-Mart and eBay. The Age of Walmart earned Faber a 2005 Peabody Award and an Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Award for Broadcast Journalism.[1] In 2010, he shared the Gerald Loeb Award for Television Enterprise business journalism for "House of Cards."[2] In 2001, Faber was considered to be a strong contender for the co-anchor chair of CNN's then-popular Moneyline.[3] In addition to Squawk on the Street, Faber hosts the network's monthly program, Business Nation, which debuted on January 24, 2007. Faber is the author of three books; The Faber Report (2002), And Then the Roof Caved In (2009), and House of Ca

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Jeff Fager

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Jeff Fager

Jeffrey B. Fager (born December 10, 1954) is an American television producer who is the former chairman of CBS News and former executive producer of 60 Minutes. Biography Fager was born in Wellesley, Massachusetts, to an Episcopalian family,[1] the son of Margaret (née Bulkley) and Charles Anthony Fager.[2][3] He graduated from Colgate University in 1977.[4] He began his career in broadcast news in Boston and joined CBS News in 1982 from San Francisco, California, station KPIX-TV, where he was a broadcast producer. Fager was Executive Producer of the CBS Evening News from 1996 to 1998[4] and held senior and field producer positions for that and other CBS News programs, including 60 Minutes. He left the Evening News in 1998 to become the first executive producer of 60 Minutes II.[4] In June 2004, he assumed the position of Executive Producer of 60 Minutes.[5] In February 2011, it was announced that Fager would lead the news division of CBS as Chairman of CBS News, a newly created position. In tandem with t

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Jeffrey Bruce Klein

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Jeffrey Bruce Klein

Jeffrey Bruce Klein (born January 15, 1948) is an investigative journalist who co-founded Mother Jones in 1976.[1] For its first issue he found a piece that won a National Magazine Award.[2] He forced the resignation of Ronald Reagan’s chief foreign policy advisor, Richard V. Allen, at the 1980 Republican National Convention.[3] At the San Jose Mercury News in 1983–92, he investigated The Pentagon’s secret programs to dominate space. Susan Faludi began Backlash: The Undeclared War Against American Women[4] while working for Klein there. Returning in the 1990s to be Mother Jones’ editor-in-chief, Klein directed exposés of Newt Gingrich, Bob Dole, the top 400 political contributors in the U.S. and Donald Sipple, the Republicans' star image-maker. The investigative series on Speaker Gingrich led to his unprecedented public reprimand by the United States House of Representatives and a $300,000 fine.[5] Klein made Mother Jones the first general-interest magazine to place its content on the Internet.[6] In 2005, h

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Lisa Myers

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Lisa Myers

Lisa Myers (born Joplin, Missouri) is an American journalist. She was the senior investigative correspondent for NBC Nightly News.[1] A 1973 graduate of the University of Missouri's Missouri School of Journalism in Columbia, Missouri,[2] she joined NBC in 1981. From 1979 to 1981, Myers was White House correspondent for The Washington Star. From 1977 to 1979, she was a Washington correspondent for the Chicago Sun-Times.[3] She retired from NBC News after 33 years in early 2014.[4] She lives in Washington, D.C. Awards 2007 Gerald Loeb Award for Television Daily business journalism for "Trophy"[5] 2006 George Polk Award 2005 Gracie Allen Individual Achievement Award as an Outstanding Correspondent 2004 Emmy Award for Business and Financial Reporting 2004 Clarion Award 2003 Joan Barone Award References NBC News "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2010-06-03. Retrieved 2010-05-31.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link) http://www.apbspeakers.com/speaker/lisa-myers https://ww

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Scott Pelley

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Scott Pelley

Scott Cameron Pelley (born July 28, 1957) is an American journalist and author who has been a correspondent and anchor for CBS News for more than 31 years. Pelley is the author of the 2019 book, Truth Worth Telling, and a correspondent for the CBS News magazine 60 Minutes. Pelley served as anchor and managing editor of the CBS Evening News from 2011 to 2017, a period in which the broadcast added more than a million and a half viewers, achieving its highest ratings in more than a decade.[1] Pelley served as CBS News’s chief White House correspondent from 1997 to 1999. Early life and education Born in San Antonio, Texas,[1] Pelley grew up in Lubbock, where he graduated from Coronado High School and obtained his first job in journalism at the age of 15 as a copyboy for the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal. Staying close to home, he majored in journalism at Texas Tech University in Lubbock.[2] Career Early career Pelley began his career as a broadcast journalist at Lubbock's KSEL-TV in 1975 (later KMCC, now KAMC). H

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Steve Kroft

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Steve Kroft

Stephen F. Kroft[1] (born August 22, 1945) is an American journalist (now retired), best known as a long-time correspondent for 60 Minutes. His investigative reporting has garnered him acclaim that includes three Peabody Awards and nine Emmy awards, one of which was an Emmy for Lifetime Achievement. Biography Early life Kroft was born on August 22, 1945, in Kokomo, Indiana, the son of Margaret and Fred Kroft.[2] Kroft attended Syracuse University, where he earned his bachelor's degree in 1967. At Syracuse, he was a member of Kappa Sigma fraternity.[3] After his graduation, he was drafted into the United States Army and served in the Vietnam War.[4] He was assigned to the 25th Infantry Division in Cu Chi, where he was a reporter for the Armed Forces Network; he covered the Division's participation in the invasion of Cambodia. Kroft won several Army journalism awards for his work and a Bronze Star for Meritorious Achievement.[5] When the Division was redeployed, he was reassigned to the military newspaper Sta

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Brian Ross (journalist)

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Brian Ross (journalist)

Brian Elliot Ross (born October 23, 1948)[2] is an American investigative journalist who served as the Chief Investigative Correspondent for ABC News until 2018. He reported for ABC World News Tonight with David Muir, Nightline, Good Morning America, 20/20, and ABC News Radio. Ross joined ABC News in July 1994 and left in 2018.[3] His investigative reports have often covered government corruption. From 1974 until 1994, Ross was a correspondent for NBC News. Early life Ross was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois. He graduated from the University of Iowa journalism school in 1971.[1] Career After graduating, Ross worked for KWWL-TV in Waterloo, Iowa. He went on to work for WCKT-TV in Miami, Florida, and WKYC-TV in Cleveland, Ohio, before becoming a national correspondent for NBC News from 1974 to 1994. NBC News In the mid 1970s, while reporting for WKYC-TV in Cleveland, Ross reported on Jackie Presser and corruption in the Teamsters union and interviewed mobster Danny Greene.[4] He continued to report o

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Paul Solman

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Paul Solman

Paul Solman (born 1944) is a journalist who has specialized in economics since the 1970s. He has been the business and economics correspondent for the PBS NewsHour since 1985, with occasional forays into art reporting.[1] He began his career in business journalism as a Nieman Fellow, studying at the Harvard Business School. A graduate of Brandeis University (1966), he was the founding editor of the alternative Boston weekly The Real Paper in 1972. He was the East Coast Editor of Mother Jones magazine in the late 1970s. He has won eight Emmys, three Peabodys, and a Loeb award and, improbably, a James Beard award (though not for any cuisine art). Solman also taught at the Harvard Business School from 1985-1987. He joined the PBS NewsHour, then known as The MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour, in 1985.[2] From 2007 to 2016, he was a faculty member at Yale University's International Security Studies program, teaching in its "Grand Strategy" course.[3] He also lectured for years at the Yale Young Global Scholars [4] program

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Neal Shapiro

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Neal Shapiro

Neal B. Shapiro (born March 9, 1958)[1] is the President and CEO of WNET. He worked previously as the President of NBC News and the executive producer for Dateline NBC. Prior to this Shapiro spent 13 years as a news producer at ABC News. Early life Shapiro was born to a practicing Jewish family[2][3] and raised in Delmar, New York. He attended Bethlehem Central High School graduating in 1976. He went on to graduate magna cum laude from Tufts University in 1980, with degrees in history and political science.[4][5] Career with ABC Shapiro worked with ABC News from 1980 until 1993, where he eventually became a producer for PrimeTime Live.[6][7] He also produced for Nightline and spent time working in the Chicago news bureau.[8] Career with NBC Executive Producer of Dateline NBC In 1993 he was named the executive producer of Dateline NBC, and worked to address the aftermath of a series of dismissals at NBC regarding a fake news story produced by the show.[9] According to his alma mater, "Shapiro oversaw the

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Mike Wallace

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Mike Wallace

Myron Leon "Mike" Wallace (May 9, 1918 – April 7, 2012) was an American journalist, game show host, actor, and media personality. He interviewed a wide range of prominent newsmakers during his seven-decade career. He was one of the original correspondents for CBS' 60 Minutes, which debuted in 1968. Wallace retired as a regular full-time correspondent in 2006, but still appeared occasionally on the series until 2008. He interviewed many politicians, celebrities, and academics, such as Pearl S. Buck, Deng Xiaoping, Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, Jiang Zemin, Ruhollah Khomeini, Kurt Waldheim, Frank Lloyd Wright, Yasser Arafat, Menachem Begin, Anwar Sadat, Manuel Noriega, John Nash, Gordon B. Hinckley, Vladimir Putin, Maria Callas, Barbra Streisand, Salvador Dalí, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Mickey Cohen, Jimmy Fratianno, and Ayn Rand.[1][2] Early life Wallace, whose family's surname was originally Wallik,[3] was born on May 9, 1918, in Brookline, Massachusetts,[3] to Russian Jewish immigrant parents,[3][4] He identified as

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Anne Thompson (journalist)

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Anne Thompson (journalist)

Anne Thompson is an American journalist, working for NBC News as Chief Environmental Affairs correspondent. She covers the Catholic Church and Environmental and Economic issues.[1] Career Thompson began her journalism career in 1979 working for WNDU-TV in South Bend, Indiana where she was from 1979—1983 and then a consumer reporter for NBC affiliate KSDK-TV in Saint Louis, Missouri, from 1983–1986, and NBC affiliate WDIV-TV in Detroit from 1986–1997. She first joined NBC News in 1997 as a National correspondent. She shared two Gerald Loeb Awards for business journalism: the 2004 Television Short Form award for "The Jobless Recovery,"[2] and the 2006 Television Deadline award for "The Katrina Effect."[3] From March 2005–April 2007 she was Chief Financial Correspondent, covering issues such as the economic impact of Hurricane Katrina and the Martha Stewart trials. In April 2007 she became Chief Environmental correspondent and has covered many economic and environmental issues, particularly the 2010 BP Oil Sp

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Chris Vlasto

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Chris Vlasto

Chris J. Vlasto (born October 27, 1966) is Senior Executive Producer of Investigations at ABC-TV News.[1] He is also Co-host of "The Investigation" podcast.[2] He was executive producer of Good Morning America.[3] Prior to that, he was a senior producer at ABC News 20/20 and senior producer of the Law and Justice unit. Before that he was a senior Broadcast Producer of Good Morning America where he won three Emmy Awards for Outstanding Morning Program.[4] He is the son of James Vlasto, former Press Secretary to the New York Governor Hugh Carey and his half brother, Josh Vlasto is currently the Deputy Communications Director to Governor Andrew Cuomo.[5] Early life Chris Vlasto was born in Manhattan, New York. He graduated from Choate Rosemary Hall in 1984.[6] He received his undergraduate degree from University of Southern California in 1988. He resides in Rye, New York with his wife, Deirdre Michalopoulos,[7] and their two sons: Nicholas and Alexander.[8] Vlasto is the grandson of the late Solon G. Vlasto, p

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Lesley Stahl

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Lesley Stahl

Lesley Rene Stahl[1] (born December 16, 1941) is an American television journalist. She has spent most of her career with CBS News, where she began as a producer in 1971.[2] Since 1991, she has reported for CBS's 60 Minutes.[3] Early life and education Stahl was born in 1941 to a wealthy Jewish family[4] in Lynn, Massachusetts, and was raised in Swampscott, Massachusetts. She is the daughter of Dorothy J. (née Tishler), and Louis E. Stahl, a food company executive.[1][4][5] She attended Wheaton College where she was an honors graduate, majoring in history.[6] Career Stahl began her television broadcasting career at Boston's original Channel 5, WHDH-TV, as a producer and on-air reporter.[7] She joined CBS News in 1971, and became a correspondent in 1974. "I was born on my 30th birthday," Stahl would later write about the experience. "Everything up till then was prenatal."[8] Stahl credits her CBS News hire to the Federal Communications Commission's 1972 inclusion of women in its affirmative action mandate

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