Joe Rubin

Joe Rubin

Joe Rubin is an award-winning producer and investigative journalist. Joe won an investigative Emmy in 2016 for his reporting on a chemical experiment involving the city of Sacramento's drinking water which exposed the public to byproducts linked to cancer and low birth weights. Joe frequently delves into complex public policy from gun's and mental illness (ABC10) to the seismic safety of nuclear power in California (Center for Investigative Reporting). Rubin has a long track record on the national and international front. Joe produced and reported numerous documentaries for PBS’s Frontline World, ABC’s Nightline, Al Jazeera and PBS’s Expose. Rubin has also reported for numerous public radio programs including The World, Marketplace and Morning Edition. Joe also loves to innovate. iWitness, a WEBBY winning web interview series Joe hosted for PBS's Frontline/World was one of the first journalistic endeavors to use webcam as a storytelling device. Joe was the co-creator of the Pitch Room, an HBO pilot which pulled back the curtain on journalism. Last updated July 2017

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