Stewart Cheifet

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Stewart Cheifet
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Stewart Cheifet addressing conference in Beijing, China, March 2005.
Born (1938-09-24) September 24, 1938 (age 80)
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Residence Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Alma mater University of Southern California (B.A., Mathematics & Psychology, 1960) [1]
Harvard Law School (LL.D.)
Occupation Television host, Producer
Years active 1981-present
Known for Computer Chronicles TV show
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Stewart Cheifet (/ʃɛˈf/ (About this sound listen); born September 24, 1938) is a television presenter, best known for his work presenting and producing Computer Chronicles and Net Cafe. He has also worked in other reporting positions for PBS and ABC, and others.

Raised in Philadelphia, he attended Central High School and graduated from the University of Southern California in 1960 with a degree in psychology and mathematics and went on to graduate from Harvard Law School.

He teaches journalism classes at the Donald W. Reynolds School of Journalism at the University of Nevada, Reno.


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