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Michael Duffy (American journalist)

Michael Duffy
Michael Duffy at the LBJ Presidential Library.
Born Columbus, Ohio
Occupation American Journalist
Nationality American

Michael Duffy is an American journalist. He is Deputy Managing Editor for Time magazine.[1] Duffy has been a reporter and editor at Time since 1985.

Life

Born and raised in Columbus, Ohio, he graduated from Oberlin College[2] in 1980. He was a staff writer at Defense Week. He was Pentagon correspondent for Time, becoming Washington Bureau Chief from 1997 to 2005. He was a Ferris Professor of Journalism at Princeton University in 2006-07.[3]

He appears on Charlie Rose,[4] and Washington Week.[5]

He is married to Demetra Lambros;[6] they have three sons.

Awards and honors

Works

References

  1. ^ "Michael Duffy, Deputy Managing Editor", Time Media Kit.
  2. ^ "Celebrated Authors Michael Duffy '80 and Nancy Gibbs Present Oberlin's 2nd Convocation Talk"
  3. ^ "Professors of Journalism - Roster 1964-2012", Council of the Humanities, Princeton University.
  4. ^ .Charlie Rose
  5. ^ .Washington Week with Gwen Ifill"The Panelists - Michael Duffy",
  6. ^ Cederberg, Jenna (November 19, 2012). "Time editor details exclusive Presidents Club at Missoula chamber banquet".  
  7. ^  

External links

  • Cathedral Gust - Michael Duffy, Washington National Cathedral.
  • , May 13, 2012The Presidents Club: Inside the World's Most Exclusive Fraternity interview with Duffy and Nancy Gibbs about Q&AC-SPAN
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