He added the 2014 National Murrow Award for best investigative journalism to his armload of 38 Emmys. Now, Brendan Keefe is coming to Atlanta.
ATLANTA-- He added the 2014 National Murrow Award for best investigative journalism to his armload of 38 Emmys. Now, Brendan Keefe is coming to Atlanta.
"As part of 11Alive's ongoing mission to hold the powerful accountable and make metro Atlanta a better place to live, we have hired one of the most awarded and talked about investigative reporters in the country," 11Alive News Director Ellen Crooke said.
Keefe will be the Chief Investigative Reporter for 11Alive's Center for Investigative Action. Besides those Emmys, Keefe has won two regional Murrow Awards and numerous Associated Press Awards for his in-depth reporting. He has been embedded with our military during the Iraq War, covered presidential campaigns, chronicled the aftermath of 9/11, documented hurricanes and exposed injustice and wrong doing of politicians and those in power.
Keefe is currently the Chief Investigative Reporter for WCPO in Cincinnati, and before that was a correspondent for WCBS in New York City, KPRC in Houston, WFSB in Hartford and WWMT in Kalamazoo.
Brendan shoots and edits all his own work, and is widely recognized as one of the nation's top Multimedia Journalists. He'll be starting at 11Alive October 1.
Do you have story you want Keefe and the 11Alive team of investigative reporters to look into? E-mail your tip to The Center for Investigative Action.