Michael de Yoanna is a Colorado-based investigative journalist. He holds more than one dozen awards, including a national Edward R. Murrow for investigative radio story.
He is currently directing and producing the documentary film, "Recovering," about veterans recovering from the wounds of two wars (Become Films).
His investigations have appeared in Salon.com, The New York Times online, The Washington Times, Colorado Public News, 5280 magazine and more. He has consulted to "60 Minutes," "48 Hours Mystery," and the "CBS Evening News." His foundation of skills in broadcast and print were forged in his years as a full-time beat reporter at several Colorado newspapers and as an investigative television producer for Denver's ABC-7News.
Michael has appeared as an expert reporter on NPR's "Morning Edition," CBS's "48 Hours Mystery," Investigation Discovery's "Deadly Sins," Colorado Public Radio's "Colorado Matters," David Sirota's radio show and elsewhere. He's even read his poetry at the Denver Art Museum. He has also presented to professional groups, including the national conference of the Investigative Reporters and Editors and the local chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists.