Speaker - Armen Keteyian

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Armen Keteyian was named CBS News' chief investigative correspondent in February 2006.

Keteyian had been a special features reporter for CBS Sports since 1997, primarily roaming the sidelines during top NFL games and covering the league for "The NFL Today." He contributed to the network's coverage of the NCAA Men's Basketball Championship and Final Four, and hosted and co-wrote CBS Sports' coverage of the Tour de France for the past four years.

Keteyian also was a featured correspondent for HBO Sports' "Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel" since 1997. Additionally, Keteyian co-produced and co-wrote "A City on Fire: The Story of the '68 Detroit Tigers," a 2002 documentary aired as part of HBO Sports' "Sports of the 20th Century" series.

Keteyian is the recipient of eight Emmy Awards, including four for CBS Sports, three for coverage of the Tour de France (2002-04) and one for a Super Bowl pre-game piece about NFL quarterbacks and their sons (2005). He also has two Sports Journalism Emmys for "Real Sports" - a report on the financing of the Bank One Ballpark in Arizona (1998) and a story on high school basketball star Amare Stoudemire (2001).

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True Grit: When the Story Bites Back

04.09.11 | 01:06:58 min | 1 comment