“Armen Keteyian, an eight-time Emmy Award-winning journalist, will join CBS News as Chief Investigative Correspondent,” Sean McManus announced today. “The appointment is effective March 6.”
Keteyian will head a new investigative unit at CBS News, reporting primarily for the CBS Evening News. McManus says: “Armen is a smart, aggressive and tenacious reporter, and investigative journalism is in his blood. This new unit is a significant step towards increasing the number of investigative stories CBS News breaks and will bolster and complement the work currently being done by other correspondents.”
Before joining CBS Sports as a special features reporter in 1997, he was an ABC News correspondent for 8 years…
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