Rob Reynolds (journalist)
Rob Reynolds is a journalist, currently a correspondent for Al Jazeera English based in Los Angeles, California. He has over 25 years of experience in international television journalism from his work with CNN, NBC and CNBC.
As a CNN correspondent based in London, he reported from Iraq, Jordan and Kuwait in the run-up to the first Gulf War and during its aftermath. Reynolds has also been the recipient of an International Citation, Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award, for his "Famine in Africa" piece for CNN in 1992.
Reynolds covered the 2008 United States presidential election for Al Jazeera, during the campaign he made an online election diary and took part in an online discussion about the election on LiveStation.
- "Al Jazeera announces on-screen talent for its American Broadcast Center". AMEinfo.com. Retrieved 2008-11-25.
- "Robert F Kennedy Memorial Journalism Awards 1992". Retrieved 2008-11-25.
- "US election diary by Rob Reynolds on Al Jazeera". Retrieved 2008-11-25. Text "Al Jazeera" ignored (help)
- Brewer, David (2008). "Chatting live with Al Jazeera's Rob Reynolds on Livestation". Skinkers Ltd. Retrieved 2008-11-25.
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