ABC News, Center For Public Integrity Reach Detente Over Latest Award For Black Lung Investigation

ABC News and the Center for Public Integrity appear to have reached an accommodation over  that heavily awarded black-lung disease investigation. ABC News President James Goldston this morning sent out an email announcing that Brian Ross, Matthew Mosk, Rhonda Schwartz and the ABC News Investigative team had been honored with the Newspaper Guild’s prestigious Heywood Broun Award — which, ABC News noted, marked the first time a TV network ever had received the award, founded in the 40’s. The award to ABC News was given for its groundbreaking investigation on black lung disease which, Goldston wrote, was conducted “along with their reporting partners at the Center for Public Integrity.”

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