David Henderson is an Emmy Award-winning former investigative journalist. He reported on the CBS Evening News and CBS Morning News; on the CBS Radio Network; and covered stories throughout the U.S. and Asia. He served as bureau chief, correspondent, and producer in Tokyo and Hong Kong and covered conflicts in Vietnam, Cambodia, India, and Pakistan. David later advised executives on better ways to communicate and control crisis situations. He is the author of three books on news in the digital era, which can be found on his website.

Among many distinctions, David was awarded a Platinum Record for his work to create awareness and allure of the historic Three Tenors Concert in Rome before an American audience. As a result, the recording of the Three Tenors Concert recording became the biggest-selling classical recording in history, selling more than one-million CDs. He produced the behind-the-scenes documentary of the Rome concert which went on to air on PBS stations nationwide, raising millions of dollars for PBS.

David taught strategic communications, the tenets of journalism, and news writing for many years as an adjunct professor at the University of Virginia and has been a lecturer at the George Washington University graduate school of communications.

David is a native of the Washington, DC, area and attended George Mason University.

Contact David Henderson at commlead@usc.edu