Tuesday, January 17, 2012

KHOU 11's Mark Greenblatt joins ABC News

I heard KHOU 11 investigative guy Mark Greenblatt was going network. I asked him to confirm but never heard back. Now we know. ABC News fills us in:

Mark Greenblatt joins ABC News as a correspondent in New York and will file for all platforms. He comes to us from KHOU-TV where he worked for seven years as an investigative reporter, winning many awards including the duPont-Columbia, Peabody, National Headliner, National Emmy and two National Murrows.

Over the course of his career, Mark’s investigative reports have led newscasts at WBBH-TV in Fort Myers, FL; KOAA-TV in Colorado Springs, CO; and KOMU-TV in Columbia, MO.

Mark credits his considerable reporting gifts to his parents. His late father spoke 16 languages fluently, and worked in military intelligence before retiring to the civilian sector. His mother worked as a paralegal for much of her professional career and always kept her teaching license because of her love of English and writing.

While in Houston, Mark spent significant time volunteering with arts organizations and speaking to children about making a difference. He enjoys road cycling and recently completed the MS150, a 180-mile two-day ride from Houston to Austin. A native of Denver, Mark is an avid Boston Red Sox fan and looks forward to rooting for his team even when he lands in the Big Apple. He is a graduate of the University of Missouri's School of Journalism.

- KHOU 11's Christine Haas to KNSD 7 NBC San Diego
- KHOU 11's Lucy Noland headed to KNBC 4 LA
- Former KHOU 11 reporter Dave Fehling joins NPR
- KHOU 11's Alex Sanz to WPTV 5


  1. I do not believe for one moment Mark Greeenblatt is on his way to ABC.
    His investigative on Alpha particles in the Texas water Supply with Radiation pissed off TECQ. He was on to something..why are there so many
    Cancer Illness and other Lymphomas in Texas. I do not believe it that he is gone to ABC. It would have been announced on KHOU. You just dno`t muddy the Political waters in Texas with the Truth

  2. Nope look at he numerous reports Mark has submitted on ABC's National News shows. He's become a regular on the national news front. And he earned it the right way by getting a good education and hard, hard work.