Guy Raz

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Guy Raz /ˈɡ ˈrɑːz/ is an award-winning reporter and radio host at National Public Radio. He was the youngest overseas-based bureau chief for NPR, first in Berlin, then London and the Pentagon.[1] He also served as CNN's correspondent in Jerusalem from 2004–2006. He has received several awards for his reporting including the Edward R. Murrow Award and the Daniel Schorr Prize. Raz is a graduate of Brandeis University. He received his masters degree in history from Cambridge University in the UK.

Raz covered the conflicts in Kosovo, Macedonia, Afghanistan, and Iraq. He has reported from more than 50 countries. Raz is also the creator of NPR’s popular segment "Three Minute Fiction." Raz hosted NPR's weekend afternoon news program Weekend All Things Considered from 2009 to 2012. In December 2012, he stepped down from that position in order to expand the TED Radio Hour into a new weekly program to air on NPR beginning in March 2013.[2] [3]

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