ABC News announced the addition of four new news journo posts today – new assignments in Denver and Detroit and the addition of two digital reporters to the network’s coverage of the Obama Administration and the economy. These domestic digital reporters join a team of seven that ABC News first deployed to foreign posts in 2007.
Clayton Sandell will be based in Denver, covering breaking news across the region as well as focusing on stories involving the environment, climate change and alternative energy. Tahman Bradley will be based in Detroit, covering Michigan and neighboring states as well as the auto industry. Karen Travers rejoins ABC News’ White House Team as a digital reporter and Matthew Jaffe is covering the Treasury Department, financial issues and the overall economy.
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