Topic: Investigative Reporting
Posted on 10/22/2017
Tegna stations revealed how young girls are trafficked into the sex industry in the six-part digital series "Selling Girls." The series is produced by investigative news teams from Tegna’s WXIA in Atlanta and KHOU in Houston. On-air coverage on Tegna stations began October 22. "We hope that ‘Selling Girls’ educates and informs our audiences and helps reverse the course of human trafficking in this country," said Tegna’s Vice President of News Ellen Crooke.
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