Vincent Duffy

news director, Michigan Radio
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Vincent Duffy has been news director at Michigan Radio since May 2007, leading a news team with more than a dozen national journalism awards for news coverage. He is also the Region 7 director for the Radio/Television/Digital News Association (RTDNA) representing electronic journalists in Michigan, Ohio, Indiana and Illinois. Duffy has won six national Edward R. Murrow awards for his radio journalism, as well as a Sigma Delta Chi award, a National Headliner award, and many other national, regional and state awards. In addition to his work for radio, Duffy hosted the weekly television news program NewsNight Akron on PBS 45 & 49. His first television documentary, Sharing Democracy: The Akron/Subotica Partnership, received the prestigious Telly Award and added Serbia to the growing list of destinations he has traveled to cover news. Duffy graduated from Kent State University with degrees in political science and telecommunications. He also holds a master's degree in mass media from Miami University of Ohio.


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