Jeffrey Brown (journalist)
|Education||University of California, Berkeley 1974 (B.A.)
Columbia University 1976 (M.S.)
Boalt Hall School of Law, University of California, Berkeley, 1980 (J.D.)
|Notable credit(s)||NewsHour with Jim Lehrer|
Early life and education
PBS National Affairs senior producer Jeffrey Brown was named to the newly created position of PBS arts correspondent in March 2002. He had overseen coverage of culture and the arts on the PBS Newshour series in addition to coverage of topics related to the economy and business, social and health policy, sports and telecommunications.
Brown joined The NewsHour in 1988 and worked as a reporter and producer until 1993 when he moved to his current position. He won an Emmy Award in 1999 for coverage of the Microsoft antitrust case and a 2002 CINE Golden Eagle Award for arts coverage.
Brown was a producer and writer for the Columbia University Seminars on Media & Society, an independent television production company headed by Fred W. Friendly. He produced many programs for public television on a wide variety of subjects, including foreign policy, ethics, and the Constitution.
He lives with his wife, Paula Crawford, and two children, in Arlington, Virginia.
- "Jeffrey Brown, Senior Correspondent". NewsHour with Jim Lehrer. Public Broadcasting Service. 2008. Retrieved 2008-09-26.
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