Harry Smith is an American television journalist, working for NBC News, MSNBC, and CNBC as a senior correspondent. He hosted the CBS News morning programs, The Early Show and its predecessor, CBS This Morning, for seventeen years.
Harry Smith’s career
Smith began his broadcasting career at Denver, Colorado, radio stations KHOW and KIMN and Cincinnati, Ohio, radio station WLW (1973–81). In 1986, Smith joined CBS News as a reporter and was named a correspondent in 1987. For thirteen years, Smith was a contributor to The CBS Evening News with Dan Rather, 48 Hours, and CBS News documentaries.
He’s reported from the Persian Gulf War, the Iraq War and the war in Bosnia. Smith reported live from Tahrir Square the night Hosni Mubarak fell from power. He covered the revolution in Libya. Smith has also reported from disaster zones in the United States as well as Japan, Sri Lanka, Haiti and the Philippines.
Unknown Facts About Harry Smith
- In July 2011, Smith left CBS News to become a correspondent for NBC News and the now cancelled newsmagazine Rock Center with Brian Williams.
- Starting in 1999, he hosted the A&E Network television series Biography and The History Channel’s Modern Marvels.
- Smith has interviewed a who’s who of world leaders from Barack Obama to Margaret Thatcher.
- Smith has won several Emmy Awards and an Edward R. Murrow Award, as well as numerous other honors.
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Harry Smith Biography
|Real Name||Harry Smith|
|Profession||Journalist, news anchor|
|Date of Birth||August 21, 1951|
|Father Name||Yet to be updated|
|Mother Name||Yet to be updated|
|Height||Yet to be updated|
|Weight||Yet to be updated|
|Zodiac Sign / Sun Sign||Not known|
|Educational Qualification||graduate of Central College in Pella, Iowa|
|Hometown||Lansing, Illinois, United States|
|Wife Name||Andrea Joyce (a sports reporter)|
|Current City||Lansing, Illinois, United States|