Mike Fabey is now naval editor for Aviation Week. Previously, he was aviation editor for Travel Weekly.Read more
WVUE-TV won a SPJ Sigma Delta Chi Award for its 60-part series, "The Gravy Train," which showed improper spending and mismanagement at a New Orleans railroad. The team included Lee Zurik, Donny Pearce, Greg Phillips, and Mikel Schaefer.Read more
Scott Pelley was named anchor of the CBS Evening New, effective June 6. Pelley will continue to report stories for "60 Minutes."
“Killings At The Canal: The Army Tapes,” a CNN documentary produced by Senior Investigative Producer Scott Zamost and reported by former CNN Correspondent Abbie Boudreau, won both the CINE Gold Eagle for Investigative Reporting as well as a gold medal for investigative reporting in the New York Festivals international awards. The documentary investigated why a U.S. policy on handling prisoners led to the killings of four Iraqi detainees by decorated U.S. soldiers.
Several IRE members won the 2011 Pulitzer Prize. They are: Paige St. John, Sarasota Herald-Tribune, for investigative reporting; Jesse Eisinger and Jake Bernstein, ProPublica, for national reporting and Clifford J. Levy, the New York Times, for international reporting.Read more
Sacha Pfeiffer, formerly of the Boston Globe, has joined WBUR, Boston.
Ted Sherman, a staff writer for the Star-Ledger of New Jersey, and Josh Margolin, senior reporter with the New York Post, are authors of a new book on a federal corruption sting in New Jersey. The Jersey Sting: A true story of corrupt pols, money laundering rabbis, black market kidneys and the informant who brought it all down, has just been released by St. Martin’s Press.
Julie Kramer’s fourth thriller, Killing Kate, will be released July 26 by Atria/Simon and Schuster. Her protagonist, investigative reporter Riley Spartz, discovers a killer drawing chalk outlines shaped like angels around victim's bodies.Read more
David Wren, reporter at the Sun News, Myrtle Beach, S.C., was named Journalist of the Year by the South Carolina Press Association, for his investigative work.Read more
Marshall Allen and Alex Richards of the Las Vegas Sun won the Goldsmith Prize for Investigative Reporting for their series on infections and injuries at Las Vegas hospitals.Read more