Lori Jane Gliha Biography – Lori Jane Gliha Wiki
Lori Jane Gliha is an American reporter and an 18-time regional Emmy-winning investigative reporter for FOX31 in Denver, Colorado, and a current finalist for the prestigious 2021 duPont-Columbia Award. She also got a nomination for a national Emmy for her reporting on Traded and Trafficked, an investigation into child sex trafficking in Colorado. She produced and reported that program while working as an investigative correspondent for the news magazine show, Insight, on Rocky Mountain PBS. During her time at PBS, she was honored as Best Specialty Reporter by the Colorado Broadcasters Association and as best investigative reporter by the Heartland regional Emmy chapter. She also received a national Gracie award.
Before RMPBS, she worked as a national correspondent for Al Jazeera America’s show America Tonight where she received national recognition for her coverage of the unrest in Ferguson, Missouri and for her work investigating the Flint water crisis. She extensively reported on the launch of marijuana legalization and the child migration crisis at the Southern border. She was formerly a reporter and anchor at ABC15 in Phoenix, Arizona. She graduated summa cum laude as the outstanding broadcast journalism undergraduate from University of Southern California. She minored in Spanish.
Being a native of Ohio, she attended the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Southern California between 1998 and 2002. She majored in broadcast journalism, minoring in Spanish. She began her career at the NBC television station in Lansing, Michigan WILX-TV. She later worked as a general assignment reporter and fill-in anchor at the CBS affiliate in Saginaw/Flint Michigan, WNEM-TV.
Between 2007 and 2013, she worked in several roles at ABC15, the local Phoenix, Arizona affiliate. Starting out as a general assignment reporter, she rose to solo weekend evening anchor and eventually became an investigative reporter. She has received seventeen regional Emmy Awards in her career, most of which were Rocky Mountain Emmys. They include awards for a best investigative reporter, best general assignment reporter, writing, and journalistic enterprise. She was also recognized for her series of stories on suicides involving the Phoenix Fire Department. Her extensive reporting led other fire departments across the country to implement new services and policies related to mental health. FEMA also asked permission from ABC15 to use the video in training sessions at the National Fire Academy. She also did reports extensively on the ATF Fast and Furious scandal in which agents were accused of allowing weapons to get into the hands of criminals without taking action or making arrests. She traced several guns linked to the Fast and Furious case directly to crime scenes in the greater Phoenix area.
She became part of Al Jazeera America’s flagship show America Tonight in June 2013 and was one of the network’s first national correspondents. Based out of Washington DC, she covers stories across the country, in addition to reporting in the studio along with anchor Joie Chen.
Lori Jane Gliha Age
She was born on October 27, 1980, in Ohio, United States.
Lori Jane Gliha Family
She is a native of Ohio together with her family.
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