Michael Montgomery, United States, is a reporter and broadcast producer for The Center for Investigative Reporting and Reveal.
Michael has produced dozens of radio and television documentaries and features on topics ranging from the crisis in America’s prisons to the nuclear black market. His stories on human rights abuses in the Balkans, co-reported with Stephen Smith, led to multiple international criminal investigations and the arrest and convictions of Serbian and Albanian paramilitaries for war crimes.
After completing a Fulbright fellowship in Eastern Europe in 1989, Michael covered the fall of communism and wars in former Yugoslavia for The Daily Telegraph and the Los Angeles Times. He also worked as an associate producer for "60 Minutes" correspondent Ed Bradley.
As a reporter and producer, Michael has garnered national and international prizes, including an Overseas Press Club Award, Investigative Reporters and Editors Certificate, Peabody Award and Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University gold and silver batons.