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Douglas Moser

North Andover, MA
Investigations Producer and Off-Air Reporter — WBTS-TV (Boston, MA)

Investigations producer and off-air reporter for NBC 10 Boston. Ink-stained wretch who pivoted to video. Will work for tips: 617.631.5094 - cell.

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Investigative reporting has been a passion of mine since getting into journalism. The revealing stories I read in The New York Times and The Washington Post in my journalistic formative years – the early- and mid-00s – instilled in me a sense of duty. Reporting can and should make a difference by...

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RT @ChantelJennings: Why should you support local newspapers? Because the @indystar did some incredible initial reporting on the Larry N…
Tiptoeing around your spouse’s family’s neuroses is both bad strategy and essential to survival. 
@tinatc26 I don’t. They performed pretty well overall this season, and the Rooneys are loyal and value consistency. But there were glaring problems that are coaching issues, especially preparedness and focus.
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Have you ever used a typewriter?

Yes! I have a century-old LC Smith typerwiter from my great-grandmother I still use.

What does it mean to be a journalist?

It's a civic duty that must be handled with care at all times.

What's the funniest news-related #hashtag you've seen?

#disruption, because it's getting obnoxious

AP Sevellon Brown New England Journalist of the Year

This award is bestowed by the New England Society of News Editors, and it recognizes an individual for producing journalism of distinction in New England this past year. The award is named in honor of Sevellon Brown, the late editor and publisher of The Providence Journal-Bulletin, founder of the American Press Institute, fellow of the Academy of New England Journalists, and past president and founder of New England Associated Press News Editors Association (NEAPNEA).

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2015 - General
Given by the New England Newspaper and Press Association, this award recognizes the very best work that New England newspapers produce each year— whether it’s individual or team stories, series, spot news coverage, columns or photojournalism that ran in print and/or online.