Alex Goldmark Wins Edward R. Murrow Award for NPR Series

  • By Ellen Lai
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Adjunct professor Alex Goldmark won an Edward R. Murrow Award for his work on NPR’s investigative series examining the Wells Fargo bank scandal. Goldmark was credited as a supervising producer.

NPR explored the aggressive sales tactics conducted by bank employees and interviewed whistleblowers who were fired after raising concerns about suspected fraud by management.

Goldmark is supervising producer for NPR’s Planet Money. Previously, he was a senior producer at WNYC and an executive producer for Air America Radio.