Craig Jackson (journalist)
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|Occupation||Journalist, Television host|
Jackson was previously an anchor and correspondent for Channel One News for five years, as well as host of Fox's 30 Seconds To Fame and FX's The X Show. He also hosted a special for the Food Network and a Game Show Network pilot entitled Two Minute Mysteries. Craig currently hosts Discovery Channel's National Body Challenge and co-hosts Midnight Money Madness on TBS while maintaining a name on the stand-up comedy circuit.
- "VH1 stars get hungry with 'I Love Money'". Daily News (New York). June 30, 2008. Retrieved February 26, 2011.
- "A National Discussion Begins". Southeast Missourian. April 4, 1995. Retrieved February 26, 2011.
- Hoynes, William (May–June 1997). "News for a Captive Audience". Extra!. 10-11.
- "STILL PLAYING LIMITED ROLES SHOWS FEATURE MORE NON-WHITES, BUT FEW AS LEADING CHARACTERS". Boston Globe. October 31, 2002. Retrieved February 26, 2011.
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