David Shuster Biography
David Shuster is an American television journalist and talks radio host and is known for his work on Piranha Sharks Stateside. He is currently with i24NEWS, previously he has been an anchor for MSNBC and worked for Fox News, CNN, Current TV, and Al Jazeera America. … In July 2013, he was hired to host a show on Al Jazeera America.
David Shuster Age
He was born on July 22, 1967
David Shuster Parents
He was born to a Jewish family, the son of Arnold Shuster of Bloomington and Susan Klein of Nashville, Indiana; and stepson of Robert Agranoff (married to his mother) and Rose Mahern-Shuster (married to his father).
David Shuster Siblings
He has one living brother, Jonathan.
David Shuster Wife
He was first married to Julianna Goldman in 2007 but they separated in 2011. In 2013 he married Kera Rennert, who they are currently living together.
David Shuster Children
He has two children with his current wife Kera Rennert, Ayala Danielle Rennert Shuster[daughter, born on June,11,2013]and Ezekiel Arden Rennert Shuster[Son, born on January 4, 2017].
David Shuster Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $ 5 million dollars.
David Shuster Height
He is 1.85m tall.
David Shuster and co-anchor
David Shuster I24 News
He is a journalist and currently working with I24 News.
David Shuster Al Jazeera
On July 21, 2013, The Huffington Post reported that Shuster had accepted a hosting position at Al Jazeera America anchoring live news shows and hosting a political analysis show, called Power Politics. In April 2016, Al Jazeera ceased broadcasting on cable TV across the United States. Shuster has since appeared on MSNBC’s Morning
David Shuster Fox News
From 1996 to 2002, Shuster was a Washington, D.C.-based correspondent for the Fox News Channel. He was at the Pentagon at the time of the September 11, 2001 attacks and led Fox’s coverage of U.S. military operations in Afghanistan.
During the Clinton Administration, Shuster led Fox’s coverage of the Clinton investigations including Whitewater, the Monica Lewinsky scandal, the Starr Report, and the Senate impeachment trial. Shuster was a member of Fox’s You Decide 2000 political team.
He spent four months on John McCain’s “Straight Talk Express” bus and was Fox’s lead correspondent for McCain’s presidential campaign.
David Shuster Talk Radio
In January 2012, he began to host his own political talk radio show, Take Action News with David Shuster, on WPWC, a local progressive talk radio station in Washington, D.C.In March 2012, the program entered syndication with WCPT in Chicago joining as the first affiliate. In December 2012, the program started internet video production via YouTube, produced by The David Pakman Show.
David Shuster NBC
He left Fox News for NBC in 2002. In early 2003, he traveled to Qatar, where he provided coverage from the United States Central Command during Operation Iraqi Freedom for hourly live reports in prime time.
Later, he was in California for two months for MSNBC’s television program Hardball with Chris Matthews as lead correspondent on the 2003 California recall election, in which Governor Gray Davis was recalled and actor Arnold Schwarzenegger was elected.
In 2004 he led the show’s coverage of the presidential campaign, including leading the “ad watch team,” which analyzed 150 campaign ads. In all, he filed more than 700 correspondent reports for the show.
He filled in for Chris Matthews on Hardball, including an interview of former President Jimmy Carter. During the trial relating to the Plame affair, Shuster blogged for Hardball on Hardblogger about the Lewis “Scooter” Libby trial and about other political matters.
He also filled in for commentator Keith Olbermann on Countdown. In August 2005, Shuster reported from the eye of Hurricane Katrina as it made landfall in Biloxi, Mississippi; His reports aired on MSNBC and NBC Nightly News. He spent several weeks reporting on the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina from New Orleans.
On September 24, 2007, he interviewed Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn while filling in on Tucker Carlson’s show.
When he asked about her response to the MoveOn.org ad campaign concerning General David Petraeus’s Iraq War testimony, he followed up by asking her the name of the last soldier from her congressional district who had been killed in Iraq. She was not able to name the soldier.
He then said the soldier was 18-year-old Jeremy Bohannon and asked Blackburn why she was unable to recall the name.
Blackburn’s office claimed that Bohannon was not actually from Blackburn’s congressional district, but was from the congressional district of Rep. John Tanner. However, while Bohannon did grow up in Tanner’s district, his legal residence for the year prior to his enlistment was in Blackburn’s district.
When Shuster was still with NBC, he famously mocked Tea Party participants, stating “For most Americans, Wednesday, April 15, will be Tax Day, but … it’s going to be Teabagging Day for the right wing, and they’re going nuts for it.
Thousands of them whipped out the festivities early this past weekend, and while the parties are officially toothless, the teabaggers are full-throated about their goals. They want to give President Obama a strong tongue-lashing and lick government spending”
During his NBC tenure, he anchored MSNBC Live and filled in for Keith Olbermann, Chris Matthews, Ed Schultz, and Rachel Maddow on their respective shows. Shuster was MSNBC’s lead “breaking news anchor”, and anchored prime time coverage of several stories including the death of Michael Jackson, congressional votes for health care reform, and the earthquake in Haiti.
On April 6, 2010, NBC announced that it had suspended Shuster for an “indefinite period” after the network learned from press reports that he and Michel Martin of National Public Radio, had taped a pilot episode for a new show on CNN without the formal approval of NBC.