Longtime NBC News staffer Madeleine Haeringer has been promoted to coordinating producer for the network. Haeringer is the primary producer for NBC’s chief foreign correspondent Richard Engel, but has also coordinated other foreign news coverage including NBC’s efforts in the aftermath of the earthquake Haiti. Click continued to read the internal email.
From: Hampson, Chris (NBC Universal)
Subject: Madeleine Haeringer
We are very pleased to announce that Madeleine Haeringer has been appointed to the position of Co-ordinating Producer.
Madeleine has been at the forefront of some of our strongest reporting for several years – working closely with Richard Engel and Bredun Edwards on award-winning stories from some very difficult and dangerous parts of the world.
Most recently she played a pivotal role in helping to run our successful coverage out of Haiti.
Madeleine’s stand-out work has won her 4 Emmys, a Peabody and a Dupont.
Her promotion recognizes her contribution to the success of our newsgathering operations. She continues in her role as Richard’s primary producer, and we look forward to seeing her at the center of our major news stories.
Please join us in congratulating Madeleine.
David Verdi and Chris Hampson
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