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KWWL

200 1st St SE # 106

Cedar Rapids, Iowa,52401

United States

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ABC News


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CNN


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WMAQ-TV


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WDAY


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Abbie Boudreau - ABC Radio

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Abbie Boudreau
ABC Radio > Abbie Boudreau Abbie Boudreau Correspondent Abbie Boudreau is an ABC News correspondent based in the network's Los Angeles bureau. Prior to joining ABC News, Boudreau was an investigative correspondent with CNN. Her work there earned her two national Emmy nominations, a National Headliner Award, a national Clarion Award and the Livingston Award for international reporting. She was also an IRE finalist for an investigative series, "Hurricane Giveaway," which revealed that millions of dollars in supplies intended for the victims of Hurricane Katrina were given away to other government agencies, including prisons. Throughout her career, Boudreau's investigations have repeatedly led to significant action. As the United States Postal Service was facing financial issues in 2009, Boudreau exposed the agency's practice of buying million-dollar homes to relocate its employees - a policy that changed after the investigation aired. One month after her investigation into the controversial rule which required NATO soldiers to release suspects or turn them over to Afghan authorities after 96-hours, the U.S. Department of Defense announced it was doing away with the rule and putting a new policy in place. Before joining CNN in 2007, Boudreau worked as an investigative reporter at ABC's Phoenix affiliate KNXV-TV, where she received numerous awards for her work, including regional Edward R. Murrow Awards for investigative reporting in both 2006 and 2007. She has received seven regional Emmy Awards for investigative reporting and writing and enterprise journalism, and two national Emmy Award nominations for investigative reporting. In addition, she has been honored with multiple Arizona AP Broadcasters Association Awards for investigative news and enterprise news, the First Amendment Award through the Society of Professional Journalists and the Television Award from the American College of Emergency Physicians. Boudreau has also worked for WWMT-TV in Grand Rapids, MI and began her career at KWWL-TV in Waterloo, IA. Boudreau received her bachelor's from Loyola University in Chicago and a master's in broadcast journalism from Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism.


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Abbie Boudreau
ABC Medianet Abbie Boudreau ABC News Correspondent Abbie Boudreau is an ABC News correspondent based in the network's Los Angeles bureau. She reports for all broadcasts and platforms, including "World News with Diane Sawyer," "Nightline" and "Good Morning America," as well as ABC News NOW and ABCNews.com. Prior to joining ABC News, Boudreau was an investigative correspondent with CNN. Her work there earned her two national Emmy nominations, a National Headliner Award, a national Clarion Award and the Livingston Award for international reporting. She was also an IRE finalist for an investigative series, "Hurricane Giveaway," which revealed that millions of dollars in supplies intended for the victims of Hurricane Katrina were given away to other government agencies, including prisons. Throughout her career, Boudreau's investigations have repeatedly led to significant action. As the United States Postal Service was facing financial issues in 2009, Boudreau exposed the agency's practice of buying million-dollar homes to relocate its employees -- a policy that changed after the investigation aired. One month after her investigation into the controversial rule which required NATO soldiers to release suspects or turn them over to Afghan authorities after 96-hours, the U.S. Department of Defense announced it was doing away with the rule and putting a new policy in place. Before joining CNN in 2007, Boudreau worked as an investigative reporter at ABC's Phoenix affiliate KNXV-TV, where she received numerous awards for her work, including regional Edward R. Murrow Awards for investigative reporting in both 2006 and 2007. She has received seven regional Emmy Awards for investigative reporting and writing and enterprise journalism, and two national Emmy Award nominations for investigative reporting. In addition, she has been honored with multiple Arizona AP Broadcasters Association Awards for investigative news and enterprise news, the First Amendment Award through the Society of Professional Journalists and the Television Award from the American College of Emergency Physicians. Boudreau has also worked for WWMT-TV in Grand Rapids, MI and began her career at KWWL-TV in Waterloo, IA. Boudreau received her bachelor's from Loyola University in Chicago and a master's in broadcast journalism from Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism. Abbie Boudreau


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Abbie Boudreau
ABC Medianet Disney | ABC Television Group ABC Family ABC Studios Disney Channel DisneyXD Hyperion Radio Disney SOAPnet Abbie Boudreau ABC News Correspondent Abbie Boudreau is an ABC News correspondent based in the network's Los Angeles bureau. She reports for all broadcasts and platforms, including "World News with Diane Sawyer," "Nightline" and "Good Morning America," as well as ABC News NOW and ABCNews.com. Prior to joining ABC News, Boudreau was an investigative correspondent with CNN. Her work there earned her two national Emmy nominations, a National Headliner Award, a national Clarion Award and the Livingston Award for international reporting. She was also an IRE finalist for an investigative series, "Hurricane Giveaway," which revealed millions of dollars in supplies intended for the victims of Hurricane Katrina that were given away to other government agencies, including prisons. Throughout her career, Boudreau's investigations have repeatedly led to significant action. As the United States Postal Service was facing financial issues in 2009, Boudreau exposed the agency's practice of buying million-dollar homes to relocate its employees - a policy that changed after the investigation aired. One month after her investigation into the controversial 96-hour rule which required NATO soldiers to release suspects or turn them over to Afghan authorities after 96-hours, the U.S. Department of Defense announced it was doing away with the rule and putting a new policy in place. Before joining CNN in 2007, Boudreau worked as an investigative reporter at ABC's Phoenix affiliate KNXV-TV, where she received numerous awards for her work, including regional Edward R. Murrow Awards for investigative reporting in both 2006 and 2007. She has received seven regional Emmy Awards for investigative reporting and writing and enterprise journalism, and two national Emmy Award nominations for investigative reporting. In addition, she has been honored with multiple Arizona AP Broadcasters Association Awards for investigative news and enterprise news, the First Amendment Award through the Society of Professional Journalists and the Television Award from the American College of Emergency Physicians. Boudreau has also worked for WWMT-TV in Grand Rapids, MI and began her career at KWWL-TV in Waterloo, IA. Boudreau received her bachelor's degree from Loyola University in Chicago and a master's degree in broadcast journalism from Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism. Abbie Boudreau


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Another loss for the network: Abbie Boudreau has reportedly left.
No details yet as to where she is going. She joined CNN in 2007 as part of the Special Investigations Unit. Her bio (before it gets removed): Abbie Boudreau is an investigative correspondent for CNN's Special Investigations and Documentary unit. She is based in CNN's world headquarters in Atlanta. In addition to reporting investigative stories for various CNN programs, Boudreau contributes to other long-form programming. Boudreau joined CNN in October 2007. Since that time, her work has earned her the Livingston Award for international reporting, a national Emmy nomination, a National Headliner Award, a national Clarion Award, and she was an IRE finalist for an investigative series called "Hurricane Giveaway. In 2009, at a time the U.S. Postal Service was facing a financial crisis, Boudreau exposed its practice of buying million dollar homes to relocate its employees. The policy was changed as a result of the story. Boudreau has worked on multiple CNN documentaries, investigations and special reports, including "Killings at the Canal: The Army Tapes," Biden: Revealed," "Campus Rage," "Fall of the Fat Cats," and "Death and Taxes: Joe Stack's Attack On The IRS." The "Killings At The Canal" documentary was the entry for this year's Livingston Award. It aired both on CNN and CNN International and generated thousands of responses from viewers around the world. She was also a finalist for the Livingston Award in 2008. Before joining CNN, Boudreau worked as an investigative reporter at KNXV-TV, the ABC affiliate in Phoenix. In 2005, Boudreau was the first journalist to expose a possible design flaw in tires produced by Cooper Tire & Rubber Co., the nation's fourth-largest tire manufacturer. A year later, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) launched a defect investigation into one line of Cooper's tires. In 2007, Cooper Tire recalled thousands of its tires after NHTSA found they were susceptible to tread separation. Boudreau has received numerous awards for her work, including regional Edward R. Murrow awards for investigative reporting in 2006 and 2007. Before joining KNXV-TV, Boudreau worked as an investigative reporter for WWMT, a CBS affiliate in Kalamazoo/Grand Rapids, Mich. She began her career at KWWL-TV, an NBC affiliate Waterloo, Iowa, as a one-man-band in Dubuque. Boudreau received her bachelor's degree from Loyola University in Chicago and a master's degree in broadcast journalism from Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism. We wish her well... Labels:Abbie Boudreau


www.allthingscnn.com

Another loss for the network: Abbie Boudreau has reportedly left.
No details yet as to where she is going. She joined CNN in 2007 as part of the Special Investigations Unit. Her bio (before it gets removed): Abbie Boudreau is an investigative correspondent for CNN's Special Investigations and Documentary unit. She is based in CNN's world headquarters in Atlanta. In addition to reporting investigative stories for various CNN programs, Boudreau contributes to other long-form programming. Boudreau joined CNN in October 2007. Since that time, her work has earned her the Livingston Award for international reporting, a national Emmy nomination, a National Headliner Award, a national Clarion Award, and she was an IRE finalist for an investigative series called "Hurricane Giveaway. In 2009, at a time the U.S. Postal Service was facing a financial crisis, Boudreau exposed its practice of buying million dollar homes to relocate its employees. The policy was changed as a result of the story. Boudreau has worked on multiple CNN documentaries, investigations and special reports, including "Killings at the Canal: The Army Tapes," Biden: Revealed," "Campus Rage," "Fall of the Fat Cats," and "Death and Taxes: Joe Stack's Attack On The IRS." The "Killings At The Canal" documentary was the entry for this year's Livingston Award. It aired both on CNN and CNN International and generated thousands of responses from viewers around the world. She was also a finalist for the Livingston Award in 2008. Before joining CNN, Boudreau worked as an investigative reporter at KNXV-TV, the ABC affiliate in Phoenix. In 2005, Boudreau was the first journalist to expose a possible design flaw in tires produced by Cooper Tire & Rubber Co., the nation's fourth-largest tire manufacturer. A year later, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) launched a defect investigation into one line of Cooper's tires. In 2007, Cooper Tire recalled thousands of its tires after NHTSA found they were susceptible to tread separation. Boudreau has received numerous awards for her work, including regional Edward R. Murrow awards for investigative reporting in 2006 and 2007. Before joining KNXV-TV, Boudreau worked as an investigative reporter for WWMT, a CBS affiliate in Kalamazoo/Grand Rapids, Mich. She began her career at KWWL-TV, an NBC affiliate Waterloo, Iowa, as a one-man-band in Dubuque. Boudreau received her bachelor's degree from Loyola University in Chicago and a master's degree in broadcast journalism from Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism. We wish her well... Labels:Abbie Boudreau The "Green River Killer" in Seattle; the House of Horrors on Imperial Avenue in Cleveland; the Seven Bridges Road killer in Rocky Mount, NC - CNN's Abbie Boudreau investigates why so many serial killers are able to get away with their crimes, victimizing mostly women. The "Green River Killer" in Seattle; the House of Horrors on Imperial Avenue in Cleveland; the Seven Bridges Road killer in Rocky Mount, NC - CNN's Abbie Boudreau investigates why so many serial killers are able to get away with their crimes, victimizing mostly women.


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