Ray Marcano

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Ray Marcano (May 30, 1959) is an American journalist and digital media professional best known as the former national president of the Society of Professional Journalists (2000-2001).

While President of SPJ, he led an effort to get the State of Florida to release Dale Earnhardt's autopsy photos following his death at the Daytona National Speedway in 2001.

Marcano is also a two-time Pulitzer Prize juror and a Fulbright Fellow. He worked for Cox Media Group for more than 30 years, before retiring and beginning Canis Digital, a digital media company.

He was selected for the Fulbright Specialist Program in 2014.

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