John Dillon

John’s professional career in journalism began in the late 70s when he helped start the Vermont Vanguard Press, the state’s first news and arts weekly. Ever since, John has developed a professional reputation based on crafting stories that cater to an audience seeking deeper coverage of the issues that shape people’s lives.

John currently is a reporter for Vermont Public Radio. He files for three daily news broadcasts and produces longer, in-depth features and special projects. His work has won several Associated Press awards and he recently contributed to an hour long documentary on Vermont’s own Howard Dean that won a 2004 national Edward R. Murrow award from the Radio-Television News Directors Association.