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Nancy Karibjanian brings 30 years of experience in broadcast journalism to
the classroom. Her broadcasting career includes anchoring, reporting,
producing and news staff management. She has covered presidential
campaigns, elections, and moderated numerous Delaware political debates;
including the 2010 U.S. Senate debate which received worldwide
attention. Ms. Karibjanian has interviewed members of the U.S.Congress,
governors, corporate CEOs, and countless Delaware newsmakers. She also
is known for her reporting on remarkable Delawareans outside the
limelight. She is part of the core group of journalists who founded
Delaware Public Media and launched the state’s first native NPR station,
WDDE. A 1980 graduate of the University of Delaware, Ms. Karibjanian
earned her degree in Communication and was inducted to the Alumni Wall
of Fame in 2011.
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