Terry Irving is a 40-year veteran of Washington DC journalism, having worked for ABC News, MSNBC, Fox News, CNN, and Retirement Living TV. Terry Irving started out in 1973 as a motorcycle courier carrying news film for ABC. This led to a strange but eventful career that included 7 years on the graveyard shift for Good Morning America News, 8 years on Nightline, 3 years producing Don Imus on MSNBC, and working for Fox News.
He has 4 national news Emmys along with a plethora of Peabodys, DuPonts, Tellys, and enthusiastic recommendations from the sort of reporters you read about in bold-print. He was also responsible (in part) for the idea of putting Don Imus on cable television, was a vice-president at three internet startups, and wrote the first newsblog.
Terry Irving has had a unique view on world events from being neck-deep in them. When he's not re-writing history, he works as an award-winning novelist. After producing stories in Beirut, Hong Kong, El Salvador, and all 50 states, Terry stills lives right outside Washington, DC because his wife and children simply refuse to live anywhere else.