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Don Moseley is a director of the Center for Journalism Integrity & Excellence at DePaul University. He retired as a working journalist in 2020 after a 48-year career in reporting and producing the news. Most of those years were spent as an investigative and political producer at WMAQ-TV, the NBC owned-and-operated station in Chicago. He was also a CBS News producer, from 1997 to 2002, providing stories to 60 Minutes, 60 Minutes II, the CBS Evening News, 48 Hours, CBS Sunday Morning and WBBM-TV.
Honors include a George Foster Peabody Award for his work at CBS News and a 2016 Peabody award for coverage of the shooting death of Chicago teenager LaQuan McDonald; two Alfred I. DuPont-Columbia Awards, two National Emmy's and awards from the Chicago chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists.
Moseley worked as a reporter at television stations in Columbus, Georgia; Birmingham, Alabama; and Nashville, Tennessee.
In 2003 he was named co-director of the DePaul Documentary Project and produced documentaries for CNN, New York Times-Discovery and WMAQ-TV. Moseley rejoined WMAQ-TV in 2004 producing political and investigative stories and working closely with DePaul interns who provided research for the reports.
Moseley is a 1973 graduate of Auburn University. In 2010, he was inducted into the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Chicago Chapter Silver Circle.
He is the 2017 recipient of the Roy Bain Distinguished Special Achievement in Journalism award from Auburn University.