Jamie McIntyre

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Jamie McIntyre
NPR Newscaster
Education University of Florida
Occupation Former Senior Pentagon correspondent
for CNN

Jamie McIntyre is a former Senior Pentagon correspondent for CNN. He held this position from 1992 to 2008.[1] Before joining CNN he was host and senior writer for WUSA-TV in Washington D.C.

McIntyre was inside the Pentagon when a plane crashed into it during the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.

He is a 1971 graduate of T.C. Williams High School in Alexandria, VA.

He received a Bachelor's degree in broadcasting from the University of Florida, and in 2002 he was honored as a distinguished alumnus.

In July 2009, McIntyre joined the editorial team at Military.com where he blogged at "Jamie McIntyre's Line of Departure," Military.com's Media and National Policy Journal.[2]

Currently, McIntyre anchors the newscasts heard at the bottom of each hour during NPR's All Things Considered.[3]

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  1. ^ McIntyre leaves CNN
  2. ^ background info
  3. ^ Jamie McIntyre (National Public Radio)