Information Unlimited, Inc, a Philadelphia based investigative service, was established in 1985 by Anthony Lame who previously earned a distinguished reputation as both a print and broadcast investigative reporter. Under his direction, the firm has completed hundreds of investigations.

Prior to joining Westinghouse Broadcasting, Mr. Lame served for eight years as City Hall Bureau Chief and investigative reporter for The Philadelphia Inquirer. In those capacities he was responsible for reporting, writing and editing hundreds of news reports exposing government contract fraud, political corruption and abuses in the criminal justice system for which he received numerous awards for excellence in reporting.

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Mr. Lame holds an M.S. degree with Honors from Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism and a B.A. degree with High Honors from Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT.

Mr. Lame was employed by Westinghouse Broadcasting & Cable, Inc where he organized and managed a seven member investigative unit at KYW-TV in Philadelphia. Under his direction the unit, called the I-Team, produced scores of investigative reports on such subjects as tax fraud, government waste and political corruption earning 36 national and local awards for outstanding reporting.