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Frank G. Runyeon

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New York City
Reporter — City & State NY
Covers:  metro, politics, investigations, science, health, labor...
Doesn't Cover: gossip, celebrities

Journalist. Reporting for @CityAndStateNY | frunyeon@cityandstateny.com / 805-300-9397 | Others paid my bills once: @NatGeo @AJplus @NYTimes | @columbiajourn

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Biography

Frank is a reporter, writer, and visual journalist working in New York City.

Frank is a senior reporter for City & State NY, covering state politics and government with an emphasis on in-depth features and investigative reporting. He writes about intrigue in Albany and beyond, asking how gov...

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@frankrunyeon — 590 followers, 1,056 tweets

Nov 22, 2017

@ashleyfeinberg 🙋🏻‍♂️, hi, @ashleyfeinberg why write about NYT work in progress? Stick to breaking new ground yourself, not stepping on others’ reporting

Nov 22, 2017

Labor leaders see bad omen in Janus case — major impact on 67% NY state workers, 927,000 union members  https://twitter.com/cityandstateny/status/933388687311859712 

Nov 22, 2017

ICYMI: Facebook approved ads violating housing discrimination laws (again), @ProPublica reports *undercover* — an exception to normal M.O. https://t.co/07xghJ2a99

Nov 21, 2017

At least 24 state lawmakers purchased a house, condo or apartment in the Albany area and use their per-diem payments to help cover the costs https://t.co/IP9YblxrWV

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Who's your favorite fictional journalist?

Wow. They tend to be so unethical and sheisty, so that limits the field... I'd say Gray Grantham from The Pelican Brief.

What tools and software do you use to do your job?

Notepad, DSLR camera, recorder, iPhone, laptop...loads of things. I use online databases for reporting and editing software for my videos.

What's your favorite social network?

I hover between Facebook, Instagram, and I'm getting more into Twitter.

Awards

Livingston Award

2015 - FINALIST: Local Reporting
Finalist for local reporting for an investigation into New York City's wooden drinking water towers.