Armen Keteyian (born March 6, 1953) is an Armenian American television journalist and author. He is currently a contributing correspondent to 60 Minutes. In that capacity he has delivered stories on the Baylor sexual assault scandal, the systematic, state-sponsored doping of Russian Olympic athletes and Alabama head football coach Nick Saban. In October 2016 he received the prestigious Ben Franklin Luminaire Award for Distinguished Service from the metro New York printing, advertising, publishing and visual communications industries for his "outstanding accomplishments and contributions to American society...and unwavering efforts to bring light to such important and diverse topics as the NFL concussion issue, the Penn State scandal, military veteran suicides, steroid use and sports gambli

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  • Armen Keteyian (born March 6, 1953) is an Armenian American television journalist and author. He is currently a contributing correspondent to 60 Minutes. In that capacity he has delivered stories on the Baylor sexual assault scandal, the systematic, state-sponsored doping of Russian Olympic athletes and Alabama head football coach Nick Saban. In October 2016 he received the prestigious Ben Franklin Luminaire Award for Distinguished Service from the metro New York printing, advertising, publishing and visual communications industries for his "outstanding accomplishments and contributions to American society...and unwavering efforts to bring light to such important and diverse topics as the NFL concussion issue, the Penn State scandal, military veteran suicides, steroid use and sports gambling." Previous Franklin honorees include Walter Cronkite, Malcolm Forbes, John Glenn, Clive Davis, Henry Luce and Margaret Mead. (en)
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  • Armen Keteyian (born March 6, 1953) is an Armenian American television journalist and author. He is currently a contributing correspondent to 60 Minutes. In that capacity he has delivered stories on the Baylor sexual assault scandal, the systematic, state-sponsored doping of Russian Olympic athletes and Alabama head football coach Nick Saban. In October 2016 he received the prestigious Ben Franklin Luminaire Award for Distinguished Service from the metro New York printing, advertising, publishing and visual communications industries for his "outstanding accomplishments and contributions to American society...and unwavering efforts to bring light to such important and diverse topics as the NFL concussion issue, the Penn State scandal, military veteran suicides, steroid use and sports gambli (en)
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