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|Born||1974 (age 40–41)|
|Notable credit(s)||Al Jazeera America News
The Industry Standard
Ward began as a reporter at The Industry Standard, on the then emerging Internet economy in 1997. Ward joined Popular Science as deputy editor in 2006. In 2012 he succeeded the prior editor-in-chief, Mark Jannot. Later that year he was named one of the "Most Intriguing People in Media" by MIN.
Television and Radio
Ward hosted The Truth About Traffic on the Discovery Channel in 2009, and was a correspondent for Neil DeGrasse Tyson on NOVA ScienceNow on PBS in 2010. In 2012, Ward hosted two shows for the National Geographic Channel: a one-hour special, American's Money Vault, and a second one-hour special, Top Secret. In 2013, Ward left Popular Science to join Al Jazeera America, a cable news network launched that same year, as the channel's science and technology correspondent.
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- "How Does the Brain Work?". PBS.
- "America's Money Vault". National Geographic Channel.
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- "Al Jazeera America Goes Live". Al Jazeera.
- "Jacob Ward Named Al Jazeera America Science and Technology Correspondent". Al Jazeera America. Retrieved 6 November 2013.
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