An 18-time Emmy Award-winning investigative journalist, Jim Osman began his journalism career working as an anchor and reporter at radio and television stations in the Mid-Atlantic. His investigative work took him to TV stations in Tucson and Phoenix, and in 2005 he became the chief investigative reporter for KYW-TV in Philadelphia, where he earned recognition for his reporting on government accountability and veteran abuse. In 2012 he became a national correspondent for the Scripps Television Stations based in Washington, D.C., and launched the Media General Washington Bureau for the group’s 71 television stations. As Washington bureau chief, Osman hired and managed a staff that provided coverage of Capitol Hill and elections. Most recently, Osman was a political editor for Voice of America. He has appeared frequently on national cable news programs as a campaign analyst. Osman is a member of Investigative Reporters and Editors (IRE) and NLGJA, the association of LGBTQ journalists. He is a 1993 broadcast and digital journalism alumnus.