DERIK LATTIG - Journalist in Fort Worth, Texas



DERIK LATTIG

Journalist in Fort Worth, Texas




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Derik Lattig is an Award Winning Network Television Producer (FOX/CBS/ABC) based in Dallas TX. Co-Author of Top Selling Book, 'Family Pride': A True Life Adventure Based On The Famous MGM Lion. Derik has won numerous AP awards for his work in TV News over the past 30 years. #DerikLattig @FamilyprideBook. You can hear Derik occassionaly on DFW area Radio.



  • WORK
    • CBS ABC FOX Networks
  • EDUCATION
    • Texas Tech University

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