Dan Raviv

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Dan Raviv (born 1954) is an American journalist.


Raviv is a national correspondent for i24 News. Previously he was with CBS News as their national correspondent and was heard regularly on the CBS Radio Network. He had also done TV reports from Washington, D.C. on the CBS Evening News.

Up until January 21, 2016, Raviv was host of a weekly radio magazine show, the CBS News Weekend Roundup.[1]

A New York City native and graduate of Harvard, Raviv joined CBS at its all-news radio station in Boston (WEEI) in 1974, moving to WCBS Newsradio in New York in 1976, then to the network radio newsdesk in New York. The start of his on-air career was his assignment in the Tel Aviv bureau, from 1978 to 1980, followed by twelve years as radio correspondent in the London bureau. There, he began making occasional appearances on CBS TV. He worked in the Miami bureau from 1993 to 1997, and then was named National Correspondent in the radio unit at CBS News in Washington. In 2017 he joined i24 News upon the network's launching of a channel in the United States.[2]

External video
Booknotes interview with Raviv and Yossi Melman on Every Spy a Prince, August 5, 1990, C-SPAN

He is also the author of several books, including the 1990 best seller Every Spy a Prince: The Complete History of Israel's Intelligence Community, a newer history of Israeli espionage and security, Spies Against Armageddon: Inside Israel's Secret Wars (2012),[3] and Friends In Deed: Inside the U.S.-Israel Alliance (1994), all three co-authored with journalist Yossi Melman. Raviv is the sole author of Comic Wars: How Two Tycoons Battled Over the Marvel Comics Empire — and Both Lost.[4][5] Three of his books are available as e-books. He and Melman have a blog, IsraelSpy.com

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Raviv is married, with two adult children.

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