Senior National Investigative Correspondent Scripps DC. Father. Homebrewer. Peabody, duPont,Natl.Murrow,Livingston,IRE medal,Natl.Emmy winner. FIJ board member

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Mark is a multi-media, multi-platform national investigative correspondent for all Scripps television stations, newspapers, and digital properties. He is based in D.C. Mark's reporting has won nearly every major national award in broadcast news including the duPont, Peabody, National Murrow, I.R....

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Aug 29, 2017

Many thx to @ScrippsHowardFd for $5k support of new mentorship program for grant recipients of @FundFIJ where i'm on board @battintobattsjr https://t.co/sYxzluqRjn

Aug 27, 2017

My former employer is in trouble. They've evacuated the building @KHOU and set up shop at the neighboring federal reserve https://t.co/2SPkgRSDN8

Aug 15, 2017

FYI: George Washington's Will: A Decision (ahead of his time) to Free His Slaves · George Washington's Mount Vernon  http://www.mountvernon.org/george-washington/slavery/washingtons-1799-will/ 

Aug 11, 2017

Are those the cinnamon treats from behind your desk? You will be missed... thx for your creative help on all our projects. https://t.co/mKoOfmBkq1

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What was your first job as a journalist?

interning for the sports department of KCNC- the cbs affiliate in Denver

Have you ever used a typewriter?

yes

How is social media changing news?

it's democratizing news-- and allowing all of us to better connect to sources / stories instantly relevant to us- from many outlets.