Rob Reynolds (journalist)
Prior to joining Al Jazeera, Reynolds was CNBC's correspondent in Washington, D.C. He reported from the White House, Capitol Hill, and the Supreme Court. He also covered stories overseas: in the fall of 2002 he produced and reported a five-part series on the potential impact of War in Iraq, on location in Egypt, Jordan, and Syria.
Before that, he worked 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. In 1992, his report on "Famine in Africa" was recognized with the award of a Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award.
- Al Jazeera English
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. More recently, he was the correspondent for the West Coast of the United States, based in Los Angeles, California.
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- Brewer, David (2008). "Chatting live with Al Jazeera's Rob Reynolds on Livestation". Skinkers Ltd. Retrieved 2008-11-25.
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