Broadcast Track: 10 of the most important lessons I've learned (Sponsored by National Association of Broadcasters)
From diving deep on a long-term investigative project to building and running a team, hear from three TV news veterans about the most important lessons they’ve learned in their careers.
Nancy has been at WSMV in Nashville for more than 30 years. She currently specializes in quick-turn investigations. Her investigations in 2017 and 2018 resulted in seven felony convictions, including the imprisonment of a Tennessee judge and a Tennessee sheriff. When Nancy is not at work she is usually on the dance floor.
Matt Goldberg is the Vice President of Content Strategy for the NBC Owned TV Stations, where he leads a team focused on innovative storytelling. He has been honored with numerous local and national awards, including the IRE Award. He has worked at television stations in Phoenix, Houston, San Francisco, and Los Angeles. His reporting has exposed consumer fraud, government corruption and human rights violations. Matt also serves on the IRE board of directors.
Tisha is an investigative reporter at ESPN, appearing on Outside the Lines, E:60 and SportsCenter. A member of ESPN's 2019 Peabody Award winning team for "Spartan Secrets,” she also won the 2019 national Gracie Award for Best Online Video Host for espnW’s "Being Believed: A Conversation with Sister Survivors," which also received the 2019 Gold Telly Award for Best Online Talk Show. She’s been a member of IRE/NICAR for more than 20 years.
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