Noah Pransky
Investigative Reporter

Since 2009, Noah’s exposed government, corporate, and community abuses as an investigative reporter at WTSP-TV in Tampa Bay.


A 17-time Emmy award-winner in Florida, Noah traces his broadcasting roots back to the age of 10, when he reported his first story on Boston's WBZ radio.  He later earned a broadcast journalism degree from Boston University, covered the Georgia Bulldogs in Northeast Georgia, then worked for the ABC and NBC affiliates in Fort Myers.


Noah was honored with 2019 Columbia-duPont and Walter Cronkite awards for exposing how former Congressional and presidential candidates exploited their “Zombie Campaigns.” His 2013 series on red light camera abuses in Florida was also recognized with national duPont, George Polk, and National Headliner honors.


The red light camera series launched a national conversation about the technology's fairness, corrected injustices, and led to safety improvements at tens of thousands of Florida intersections, likely saving lives.  Noah’s also gathered five regional Edward R. Murrow awards for news and sports reporting, including a national honor in 2013 for exposing safety issues on youth soccer fields.


Noah spent a decade chronicling Florida’s sports business landscape, including the Tampa Bay Rays' campaign for a new stadium.  His investigations helped shed light on secret behind-closed-doors negotiations and helped protect vulnerable taxpayers.  


Prior to covering professional sports’ stadium sagas, Noah worked in professional sports as the Boston Red Sox' Spring Training Public Address Announcer from 2008-2009, and worked as the team’s mascot, "Wally the Green Monster," from 2000-2001.