William Brangham is a producer, cameraman and correspondent for PBS NewsHour Weekend. Over the last year, he’s reported from Iran, across Western Europe, and many parts of the United States.
During his career, Brangham has worked on projects for The New York Times’ television division, ABC News, National Geographic and Frontline. Prior to joining the NewsHour, he was a producer and correspondent for Need to Know on PBS, and before that, for Bill Moyers Journal. His work has been nominated several times for an Emmy Award, and received a special award from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism for excellence in reporting on race in America.
Brangham was an early adopter of the “shooter-producer” model of digital journalism, and has been filming his own stories for over twelve years. Last year, he was an adjunct professor at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism.
William's Most Recent Stories
- March 29, 2015
Indiana Governor Mike Pence this week declared a public health emergency because of 79 H.I.V. cases among injection drug-users in the southern part of the state. Continue reading →
- March 21, 2015
If you’re a college hoops fan, you’ve likely been waiting all year for the NCAA’s March Madness tournament. You made your picks, filled out your bracket, wagered a few dollars. But it turns out, you’re also breaking the law. Continue reading →
- March 2, 2015
Thirty-five years after the Iran hostage crisis, a rare look inside the former U.S. embassy in Tehran. Continue reading →
- February 28, 2015
Soccer’s a contact sport. Kids can get hurt. I’m not looking to bubble-wrap my kids, but I’d be lying if I said my wife and I weren’t increasingly uneasy while watching from the sidelines. Continue reading →