Florida Politics investigative correspondent Noah Pransky is really moving up to the big league.
On Monday, he announced on social media his move to “NBC LX – a brand that will redefine news.”
He explained: “L stands for Local; the X signifies the exponential possibilities of innovative storytelling, and reaching audiences that may not like watching news.
“We aim to tell meaningful local stories to a national audience. We’ve been focused on smart stories about topics that are relevant to you: money, community, culture, climate, equality, & of course, investigations.
Pransky is a “multiple award-winning investigative reporter, most recently with the CBS affiliate in Tampa,” according to his bio.
He’s won five regional Edward R. Murrow Awards for news and sports reporting, including national recognition in 2013 for exposing safety issues on youth soccer fields. He was also a national finalist for the Livingston and National Headliner awards.
Pransky also won 17 Suncoast NATAS Emmy Awards between 2011 and 2018; two duPont-Columbia Awards; and the 2019 USC Walter Cronkite Award for Television Political Journalism for individual achievement.
“He’s uncovered major stories such as uncovering backroom deals in the Tampa Bay Rays stadium and other political investigations.
“Pransky also ran a blog called Shadow of the Stadium, giving readers a deep dive into the details of potential financial deals and other happenings involving the Tampa Bay-area sports business.”