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David Shuster

David Shuster is an Emmy Award Winning broadcast journalist who serves as an anchor and correspondent for TYT Network’s Rebel HQ, The Conversation and on the field. Shuster is best known for his work at NBC News and MSNBC where he hosted his own news shows and served as the primary backup host for “Countdown with Keith Olbermann” and “Hardball with Chris Matthews.” Shuster anchored the channel’s prime time coverage of breaking stories including politics, natural disasters, and the death of Michael Jackson. As a field correspondent, Shuster reported for “NBC Nightly News” and “The Today Show.” His assignments included the Iraq war, the selection of a Pope, and Hurricane Katrina. Shuster was an evening news anchor for Al Jazeera America, where he guided the network’s political coverage. He subsequently served as the lead anchor and managing editor for i24News. Early in his career, Shuster was a political reporter for KATV in Little Rock Arkansas, where he led the ABC affiliate’s coverage of the Whitewater related trial, conviction, and resignation of Governor Jim Guy Tucker. Shuster then spent 5 years at Fox News Channel in Washington, D.C, leading the channel’s coverage of the Monica Lewinsky investigation and the impeachment and trial of President Bill Clinton. Shuster was at the Pentagon on 9-11 and led the Fox News Channel coverage, from Washington, D.C., of U.S. military operations in Afghanistan.

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