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CARL MONDAY

Carl Monday has been exposing political corruption, consumer fraud and government waste in Cleveland longer than anyone.  Now in is fourth decade as the "Dean of Cleveland Investigative Reporters".

Born and raised in Cleveland, Carl Monday was heard on Cleveland radio while still in high school in 1969.  His aggressive muckraking style later appeared on then popular Cleveland all-news and news-talk W.E.R.E.

In 1979, and for the next 22 years, Carl Monday continued to set the standard for local investigative reporting at Channel 8, teaming up with now 19 Action News "Investigator" Tom Meyer as the "I-Team."  After two years, the pair went "solo," and Carl MOnday maintained the "I-Team" moniker.

In 2001, Carl Monday became "Cleveland's Investigative Reporter" at Channel 3.  His work earned him recognition as the "Best Investigative Reporter" and "Best Franchise" in the Gannett Television chain.

Carl Monday is the winner of over 150 awards, including The National Headliner Award, several regional Edward R. Murrow Awards, and 43 Emmy's, including a dozen for Best Investigative Reporting.  His stories have appeared on national news programs and news magazine shows.

Carl Monday lives with his wife in downtown Cleveland.  He's active in several community organizations, including the Cleveland Food Bank and the Downtown Historical District.

His interests include Rock and Roll, from 50's doo-wop to contemporary alternative R&R.

Click here to e-mail Carl, follow him on Twitter, or find him on Facebook.

 

 

 

 

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