Andrew Julien


Andrew Julien is Editor of the Hartford Courant.  A 20 plus-year veteran of the Courant newsroom, Julien most recently served as Integrated Media Editor for the Courant and Fox Connecticut, a position in which he played a leadership role in blending print, broadcast and digital operations to create Hartford's fully integrated newsroom. Julien's previous positions at the Courant include Metro Editor, City Editor, investigative reporter and health writer. He was part of the reporting team that won the Pulitzer Prize in 1999 for coverage of the shootings at Connecticut lottery headquarters and led the reporting team that uncovered corruption at Hartford City Hall, leading to the arrest and conviction of the mayor.

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