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This is the Official Website for Jamie Reno. One of America's most accomplished journalists, Jamie is also a best-selling author, award-winning singer-songwriter, three-time cancer survivor, and advocate for cancer patients and their families.

Jamie was a national correspondent for 20 years with Newsweek, where he covered the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, 9/11, the White House, cancer breakthroughs, China, and more.

Jamie has also edited and written for such publications as the New York Times, Sports Illustrated, International Business Times, Yahoo Finance, Daily Beast, People, Entertainment Weekly, Los Angeles Times, USA Today, and his acclaimed news blog The Reno Dispatch.

Jamie has won more than 150 writing awards from the Society of Professional Journalists and the Press Club, and is a four-time winner of the Press Club's top Best of Show award. Jamie is currently an investigative reporter with Healthline, America's #1 health news site with 90 million monthly visitors.

Jamie's reporting has highlighted and improved the lives of our former warriors suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress (PTSD) and other emotional and physical wounds of war. The lead reporter on the Newsweek investigative series on the 9/11 terrorist attacks, Jamie, along with his colleagues, earned the Magazine Award for General Excellence, the highest honor in magazine journalism.

Jamie is also a globally respected and effective advocate for cancer patients and their families.

Jamie has partnered on educational, patient-focused initiatives with such organizations as the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, Lymphoma Research Foundation, Steps for Living, Greg Wolf Fund, American Cancer Society, CancerCare, the Asian Heritage Society and Vital Options International.

Jamie is also an acclaimed author whose first book, Hope Begins in the Dark, is the most popular book ever written about lymphoma. An all-new edition focusing on the very latest and most promising, transformative new treatments will be released in 2020.

Jamie's heralded new novel, Snowman on the Pitcher's Mound, which is receiving glowing reviews, tells the poignant story of a 10- year-old boy who loves baseball and whose mother has been diagnosed with cancer.

Told in the child's voice, the book is part of the global Pitcher's Mound Project for children who have a parent with cancer.

Jamie is partnering on several cancer patient initiatives in 2020 with the Children's Treehouse Foundation, an international nonprofit 501c3 organization based in Colorado. The Treehouse Foundation's CLIMB Program for kids who have a parent with cancer is in 50 of the top American cancer hospitals and in 10 nations worldwide.

The goal for Jamie and the Treehouse Foundation with their 2020 initiatives is to support, inform and inspire cancer patients and their children.

In his "other life," Jamie is a popular singer-songwriter-guitarist who had a major-label recording deal with 33rd Street Records. Jamie has performed and recorded his life-affirming songs with such legendary music artists as Peter Frampton, Charlie Daniels, and members of The Eagles, Chicago, The Beach Boys family, Poco, The Allman Brothers, The Doobie Brothers, Little River Band and Steely Dan.

Jamie earned a Best Song award from the San Diego Songwriter's Guild's Annual Song Contest, and has had his songs played on network and syndicated TV shows.

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Jamie Reno and his band recently performed a standing-room-only concert at the Borders Books and Music store in Downtown San Diego. Here are a couple of songs from the show. Jamie will be touring nationwide soon to promote his new record, "All American Music" - stay tuned to this web site for tour dates!