Rob Brown (journalist)
|Born||Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada|
|Education||British Columbia Institute of Technology|
|Occupation||Senior reporter, anchor|
Brown began his career as a photojournalist at a CTV affiliate in Yorkton, Saskatchewan. After briefly leaving CTV to cover the Legislative Assembly of Alberta and Ralph Klein, Brown had eventually returned to CTV's British Columbia offices. Since then, Brown had held a number of positions such as being CTV's bureau chief for Vancouver. Brown was also the lead reporter for CTV during the 2010 Winter Olympics. During his career, Brown had won a number of journalistic awards including the Jack Webster Award for Best News Reporting and the Edward R. Murrow Award for Best Hard News Feature.
Brown became an international celebrity for his coverage of the 2011 Stanley Cup riot, from which he reported live for CTV. Brown became a trending topic on Twitter during the riots, and earned the top spot on SportsIllustrated.com's Media Power List for June 2011.
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