NewsNation Signs Ross Coulthart As Special Correspondent

Nexstar’s NewsNation cable news network, has hired award-winning journalist and author Ross Coulthart as a special correspondent and investigative journalist. In his new role, effective immediately, he will contribute to […]


KPRC Giving Houston Viewers Solution-Based Investigations They Want

In a breaking news market like Houston, KPRC’s in-depth investigations stand out. “It’s stories not everyone can commit to doing,” says Natalia Vasquez, the Graham NBC affiliate’s creative director.

Grace White Promoted To KHOU Consumer Investigative Reporter

Investigative Reporter Mariah Medina Joins WOAI San Antonio


WMTW Portland Investigates What’s Driving The Maine City’s High Cost Of Living

Residents in Portland, Maine, are facing a single issue to their cost of living that makes residing there almost beyond the reach of most people. “People are very surprised to learn that the cost of living here is so high,” says Amy Beveridge, the news director for WMTW, Hearst’s ABC affiliate.

Carmel Cafiero, WSVN Miami Investigative Reporter, Dies At 76

Scripps News Adds Catie Beck As National Investigative Correspondent

Catie Beck, an Emmy award-winning journalist, has been hired by Scripps News as a national investigative correspondent. She previously worked for six years as a national correspondent for NBC News. […]


‘Full Measure With Sharyl Attkisson’ Begins Ninth Season On Sinclair Stations

InvestigateTV+ Announces First Investigations Ahead Of Launch On WNDU

WNDU, Gray Television’s NBC affiliate in South Bend, Ind., will launch daily news magazine program InvestigateTV+ today, an expansion of its weekend series. InvestigateTV+ will draw from all of Gray’s 113 newsrooms with a dedicated team of investigators and producers.

Hearst Investigative Leader Mark Albert Leaves

The Peabody-winner who helped develop the group’s National Investigative Unit, says it’s “an exciting time in journalism, with lots of innovation,” and after some time off, he will look for a new challenge.


WSOC’s ‘Get Real’ Project Tackles The Thorniest Issues Head On

Cox-owned WSOC in Charlotte, N.C., dives headlong into homeless, mental health and race in an ever-evolving reporting project that has challenged both its newsroom and its audience. It’s had a transformative effect on both. Read the full report here and/or watch the video above.

Brittany Johnson Joins WCVB Boston Investigative Team

Hearst Television’s ABC affiliate WCVB Boston is adding Emmy-winning journalist Brittany Johnson to its investigative unit, 5 Investigates, beginning June 12. She will join investigative reporters Karen Anderson and Mike Beaudet. A […]


KNXV Phoenix Promo Highlights Power Of ABC15 Investigators

American Legion Announces Recipients Of Fourth Estate Journalism Awards

A Florida television station and a publication focused on military issues will receive American Legion Fourth Estate Awards during the 104th National Convention of the nation’s largest veterans organization in […]


IRE Awards: TV Station Winners And Finalists


KTHV Documentary Examines A Nurse’s Murder 40 Years Ago

Investigative Journalist Phil Drechsler Says He’s Been Laid Off From KNBC


KXAS Investigates Texas Police Training By Anti-Government Militia

Angie Moreschi Joins Sinclair’s ‘Spotlight On America’ Investigative Team

Sinclair Broadcast Group has hired journalist Angie Moreschi for its Spotlight on America national investigative team. Spotlight on America produces original accountability and enterprise reports and specials that air across more than 70 ABC, […]


Cox TV Stations Expose Deceptive Realty Company

A Cox Media Group collaboration across all of its TV stations’ investigative reporting teams exposed a business practice criticized by homeowners in at least seven states, several of which, including Florida, Pennsylvania and Georgia, have filed law suits against the company.

Cox Station Investigative Teams Coordinate To Spotlight National Story

Investigative reporters from Cox Media Group stations collaborated on stories about a real estate company now accused of deceiving customers across the country. The collaboration is part of a new approach by the station group, which added senior level reporters and producers earlier this year in an effort to do more stories that have national impact. Above: WFTV investigative reporter Todd Ulrich interviews a source for the MV Realty story.

Freeform Investigates Grooming In School In New Docuseries

Keep This Between Us, a docuseries that sees a woman reexamine her relationship with a trusted teacher, “exposes an epidemic of widespread grooming—manipulative and coercive behavior by abusers to gain access to potential victims—in U.S. high schools.” (Image: Freeform)

Chantal Sansores Named KTDO El Paso’s Lead Consumer Investigative Reporter

Telemundo’s KTDO El Paso has appointed Chantal Sansores to lead the station’s consumer investigative unit Telemundo 48 El Paso Responde, which is exclusively dedicated to helping local viewers get answers […]

CBS News And Local Stations Partner On First Joint Investigative Series

Crime Without Punishment will explore an unusual trend: Fewer murder cases are being closed by police than at any other time in American history.

Chris Daniels Joining Sinclair’s ‘Spotlight on America’ Team

Gray’s InvestigateTV Announces Two Additions To Reporting Team

InvestigateTV, the investigative unit owned by Gray Television, announced the addition of investigative reporter Joce Sterman and consumer investigative reporter Caresse Jackman. Joce Sterman is a National Headliner, Murrow and […]

KNTV Investigates San Francisco’s Expensive Housing Market

CBS News Hires Investigative Journalists For Its Local News Innovation Lab

Stephen Stock has been named national investigative correspondent; Nicole Vap is executive producer of content development; Chris Hacker is an investigative data journalist; and Aparna Zalani has been named an investigative producer.

CMG Taps Jodie Fleischer And Josh Wade For Roles In Investigative Unit

Cox Media Group today appointed award-winning investigative journalists Jodie Fleischer and Josh Wade managing editor and executive producer, respectively, of its newly created Investigative Unit. Fleischer’s appointment is effective immediately, […]

Outgoing NYT Editor To Lead Fellowship For Local Investigations

NEW YORK (AP) — Dean Baquet, outgoing executive editor of The New York Times, will lead a fellowship program focusing on local investigative journalism projects at the Times. Baquet and […]


KNTV’s ‘Saving San Francisco’ Brings Netflix-Level Production To A Local Story

NBCU’s KNTV leveraged king-sized reporting resources into a six-part, digital-native docuseries that elevates a small human-interest story into a large-scale examination of San Francisco’s culture and systems.

Arnold Diaz, Longtime WPIX New York Investigative Reporter, Retires

5 Steps To Follow When Producing An Investigative Story


KNTV Streams Series Seeking Solutions To San Francisco’s Problems

Talking TV: Tegna’s Powerful Investigative ‘Cry’

TVNewsCheck‘s Michael Depp talks with Madison Carter, a journalist with the Atticus investigative unit at WXIA Atlanta and Monika Diaz, content director at Tegna, about the work behind their new, three-part investigative series, A Different Cry, about rising suicide rates among Black youths.

CNN Promotes Nima Elbagir To Chief International Investigative Correspondent

WXIN Indianapolis Hires Veteran Investigative Reporter Steve Brown

Nexstar Fox affiliate WXIN Indianapolis has hired veteran investigative reporter Steve Brown to join its journalism team. Brown has spent years as an investigative reporter, both for WGRZ Buffalo, N.Y., […]


TV News Investigators Are Often Viewers Last — And Best — Hope

Both KXAN Austin, Texas,  and KING Seattle have made investigative journalism the foundation of their branding. But what about the reporters who do the leg work? What’s their take on the stations’ branding?


KCRA Investigation Reveals $20B In Fraudulent Unemployment Payments

KCRA, Hearst’s NBC affiliate in Sacramento, Calif., spent 22 months investigating outrageous abuses of California’s unemployment system, which the station says is the worst taxpayer fraud in American history.

WGRZ Investigative Reporter Steve Brown Headed To Indianapolis