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David Hutter

Specializes in: Government, Sports, Education

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Darien, CT  
Phone: 203 984 8741
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Work has previously appeared: Daily Newspaper, Online Newsmagazine

I graduated from Quinnipiac University in 2007 with a bachelor’s degree in journalism. I worked at a daily newspaper in northwestern Connecticut for three years. I broke news in school districts, municipal governments, local businesses, and a myriad of other subjects. I earned first place in the 2009 Society of Professional Journalists Connecticut Chapter competition in the category of investigate reporting for newspapers below 21,000 circulation for my article exposing a sex scandal at a police department. I earned second place in the category of reporting series for my articles about the sex scandal and its ensuing fallout. Additionally, I have used audio and video equipment to supplement my written articles. I have also written breaking news stories and posted them online. I am willing to move anywhere in the United States of America.

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