ATLANTA – Gray Television has expanded its National Investigative Team, known as InvestigateTV.
This saw a series of promotions and additions to the team.
- Lee Zurik rises from Director of Investigations to Vice President of Investigations. Lee oversees the National Investigative Team in addition to anchoring and reporting at WVUE-TV in New Orleans.
- Executive Producer of Investigations Jamie Grey is promoted to Managing Editor of
Investigations. Jamie has been with the team since 2018 producing stories, coordinating coverage and leading training events.
- Greg Phillips, News Director at WMC-5 in Memphis, is now Executive Producer of Investigations. In this position, Phillips returns to his investigative background, which
includes eight years as Assistant News Director/Special Projects Director with the investigative team at WVUE.
- Gray has hired Daniela Molina as Investigative Producer. She is a recent graduate of the Arnolt Center for Journalism at Indiana University. This past year, she worked with InvestigateTV on its “Bridging The Great Health Divide” initiative.
The National Investigative Team intends to add an additional reporter and a photographer early next year.
“The expansion of our National Investigative Unit reinforces our commitment to strong
investigative journalism,” Gray Television Senior Vice President Sandy Breland said. “We’re proud of the work of this unit that is having a real impact in the communities we serve.”
The National Investigative Team/InvestigateTV produces stories for Gray’s 113 television stations and the InvestigateTV OTT App on Roku, Amazon Fire, and Apple TV. Early
this year, the team debuted a weekly InvestigateTV show that airs on all Gray stations.
InvestigateTV launched in 2018 and provides innovative, original journalism from a
dedicated investigative team and partners, including ProPublica, News21 at Arizona State
University’s Cronkite School of Journalism, and NerdWallet. It is available on Roku, Amazon
Fire, at InvestigateTV.com and across Gray’s broadcast and digital media properties.