By: E&P Staff
Terence Hunt, a senior editor and former White House correspondent for The Associated Press, has been named deputy bureau chief in Washington for the news cooperative.
He has won the Merriman Smith Award for presidential reporting under deadline pressure and in 1999 received AP’s Gramling Journalism Award for incisive coverage of the White House.
Hunt joined AP’s Washington staff after assignments in Louisville, Ky., and Providence, R.I. A native of Bellevue, Ky., Hunt graduated from the University of Kentucky. He has been inducted into the Kentucky Journalism Hall of Fame and the Society of Professional Journalists’ Hall of Fame, DC Pro chapter. Hunt is a past president of the White House Correspondents’ Association.