Richard Brown (journalist)
In 1981 he was one of the first news presenters of CNN Headline News. He has also presented news at Global TV Toronto, CTV Toronto, WCBS-TV NYC, KGO-TV San Francisco (1990-96), and KXLY-TV Spokane, Washington (1998-2007). He hosted a daily radio talk show on CKOM and CJME in Saskatchewan. In 2013, Brown was appointed Chief Communications Officer for the mayor of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
Brown has received eight Emmys, Radio Television News Directors Association and Associated Press awards, and the George Foster Peabody medal for his coverage of the Rwanda Civil War and Refugee Crisis in 1994.
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- "Rwanda, 1994, Organization: KGO-TV". The Peabody Awards. www.peabody.uga.edu. Retrieved 2011-01-13.
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