Christie Duffy is a general assignment & investigative reporter.
Currently employed at WRNN-TV in New York, Duffy has also worked at FOX News Channel, A&E TV, EBRU-TV & The Financial News Network.
Duffy's reporting has been honored with 4 regional Society of Professional Journalists' awards. Most recently, she swept 2012's TV News category, winning all available 1st place prizes.
In the past year, an investigation by Duffy uncovered the largest federal crackdown on jitney buses in the region in a decade.
She led the broadcast during her station's live team coverage of the massive fire that would wipe out the Seaside boardwalk. A follow-up investigation by Duffy, found that one-third of post-sandy repairs on the block where the fire started were never inspected before power & gas was restored.
During Superstorm Sandy, Duffy covered the hard-hit coasts of New Jersey and Staten Island. Beginning at the most southern tip of New Jersey, she reported live as the storm surged through Cape May. In the days that followed, she traveled up the coast through some of New Jersey's hardest hit towns and cities.
Duffy covered the 2013 special U.S. Senate election of Cory Booker, the 2013 re-election of Gov. Chris Christie, and the New York City Mayoral Race. She reported daily on the nationally watched cyber-bullying trial of ex-Rutgers student Dharun Ravi. Ravi was convicted of a hate crime after the ******* of his gay roommate, Tyler Clementi.
Duffy also covered business & consumer news from the financial capital of the world. She interviewed top market analysts and economists, and provided live market updates throughout the trading day.
Duffy is a proud graduate of the University of Delaware, where she was a Communications Fellow and a sister of Phi Sigma Sigma. She studied abroad in Australia and interned at NBC's Today show and WHYY-TV's Delaware Tonight.
Duffy comes from a TV News family, beginning with her Grandfather who was the Executive Vice-President of Metromedia.