Investigative Reporter @WWLTV New Orleans, fascinated by journalism's digital revolution, mom of two littles. reporterkatiemoore@outlook.com

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Biography

I'm a storyteller. A broadcast journalist for more than a decade. I've gotten the chance to tell award-winning stories and to man the anchor desk for live, breaking news events in two of my favorite places on the planet: New Orleans and Colorado. I have been known to cover everything from corrupt...

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@katiecmoore — 5,755 followers, 4,756 tweets

Jul 27, 2017

RT @nytimes: Breaking News: The Senate has approved sweeping sanctions against Russia  http://nyti.ms/2u2GWEs 

Jul 26, 2017

RT @SteveScalise: Courtesy of @MedStarWHC: Majority Whip Scalise has begun a period of intensive inpatient rehabilitation. https://t.co/S6HcOfJZeh

Jul 26, 2017

@PMurphyWWL So happy for you and Suzette!! She's beautiful!

Jul 25, 2017

RT @lamarbourgeois: .@katiecmoore asked final question at Newell Normand retirement announcement: Did @WWLAMFM hire a person with a censor…

Jul 25, 2017

RT @RVargasAdvocate: Normand tells @katiecmoore that his announcement that he is leaving does not have to do with his former chief deputy's indictment last week.

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What was your first job as a journalist?

I worked for the TV station at LSU, Tiger TV, and for the school's magazine Legacy.

Have you ever used a typewriter?

Ha! Yes.

How is social media changing news?

Social media are making news an on-demand business

Suncoast Emmy Nomination

2008 - Investigative Reporting
Emmy Nomination received for a 6 month investigation into double billing at Orleans Parish Prison. I uncovered a system of billing where the city of New Orleans, the state of Louisiana and the U.S. Government were simultaneously getting billed for inmate stays at the prison.

Walter Cronkite Award for Individual Achievement in Television Political Journalism

2005 - Individual Achievement
Award received from Walter Cronkite before his death for creative, innovative political coverage of the 2004 election cycle. Award required submission of nearly an hour's worth of political coverage during my time as Chief Political Reporter at KOAA-TV in Colorado Springs