David Brody is an Emmy Award-winning veteran news journalist who has interviewed many prominent national figures during his career of nearly 25 years. Currently, David covers the White House and interviews national newsmakers across the country for CBN News. In 2008, he followed the American Presidential race.
David Brody is an Emmy Award-winning veteran news journalist who has interviewed many prominent national figures during his career of nearly 25 years. Currently, David is the Chief Political Correspondent for CBN News and interviews national newsmakers across the country. In 2008, he followed the American Presidential race.
His recent one-on-one interviews have crossed the ideological spectrum. They include Barack Obama, Sarah Palin, Hillary Clinton, John McCain, Tim Kaine, Michael Steele, Harry Reid, Rudy Giuliani, Mike Huckabee, and Mitt Romney. David’s political blog, The Brody File, has been featured in The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times and The Washington Post. David also offers weekly political analysis for CNN and has appeared frequently as a roundtable panelist on NBC’s Meet The Press.
He has also appeared in many other media outlets including FOX News, MSNBC and NPR. Throughout the years, David has covered numerous important news events, including the 2008 Presidential debate, the Virginia Tech massacre, the 2006 midterm elections, Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, the 2004 Democratic and Republican National Conventions, the Oklahoma City bombing, and the 1996 Olympics.
He has traveled to Kaktovik, Alaska, to cover the story of oil drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. He has also been to Mexico and Yuma, Arizona, where he rode along with U.S. Border Patrol to detail the nation’s immigration crisis.
David has worked as News Director at ABC affiliate KRDO-TV in Colorado Springs, Colorado, and has produced special projects, stories, and shows in the major markets of Washington, D.C., (WUSA-TV) and Denver (KUSA-TV). David also won an Emmy Award for producing the top newscast in Colorado Springs in 1989. He joined CBN News in 2003.
February 10th, 2011
WJI will offer editorial critiques, panel discussions and seminars for young journalists attending CPAC '11 in Washington, D.C., February 10-12, 2011.