Byron Harris has been a news reporter for more than four decades, primarily with WFAA-TV in Dallas.
As an investigative reporter, he has been noted for his work with two George Foster Peabody Awards, as well as six DuPont Columbia Batons, including the only Gold Baton ever awarded to a local commercial television station. He has received four Edward R. Murrow Awards, three Gerald Loeb Awards for Business Reporting, the National Press Club Award for Consumer Reporting and an Aviation and Space Writers National Award.
He has written for Texas Monthly, The Wall Street Journal and The Atlantic.
Harris received a bachelor's degree from the University of Michigan and a Masters in Journalism from Northwestern University.