The Center for Public Integrity has announced two new hires focused on enhancing exposure and outreach for the organization’s landmark journalism.
Television producer William Gray has joined the Center for Public Integrity as its Media Relations Specialist.
In his new role, Gray will work to dramatically increase the visibility and impact of CPI’s investigative reporting and the journalists producing that work.
A native of Chattanooga, Tenn., Gray comes to the Center from the public affairs network C-SPAN. Starting his broadcast television career as a C-SPAN intern, he began by working on its morning program, Washington Journal. He contributed to the networks’ 2012 Road to the White House coverage before becoming an operations producer, handling breaking news and both live and overnight coverage for each of the three C-SPAN networks.
While at C-SPAN, Gray was a 2012-2013 Paul Miller Fellow with the National Press Foundation and an assistant editor for the online literary magazine TalkingWriting. He is a graduate of Centre College and earned a Master’s Degree after studying journalism at Harvard University’s Extension School.
Gray is also the creator and curator of the award-winning archive Floor Charts that tracks and tags the props, charts and posters used by politicians and government officials. TIME named the archive one of the “30 Tumblrs to follow in 2013.”
Gray can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or (202) 481-1232.