Alumnus is Livingston Award finalist

April 28, 2020
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Newhouse alumnus Dylan Segelbaum ’14 is a finalist for the Livingston Award. The awards, which are given for local, national and international reporting, support young journalists and honor the best reporting and storytelling by journalists under the age of 35 across all forms of journalism. They are sponsored by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation and the University of Michigan.

Segelbaum, courthouse reporter for the York (Pennsylvania) Daily Record, was nominated in the local reporting category along with Amber South for a three-part series on Charles Quinton “C.Q.” Smith. The Chambersburg, Pennsylvania man, once a high-profile member of the community, is under investigation for decades of sexual abuse.

Segelbaum is an alumnus of the Newhouse School’s broadcast and digital journalism program.

Winners will be announced June 4.