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Arun Rath Biography

Arun Rath is an American Radio Host Journalist. He started his journalism career as an intern at NPR’s Talk of the Nation. This was while he was enrolled in an English Literature master’s program in Washington, DC. After the internship ended, he was hired on as a temporary employee and eventually became the show’s director.

He became the senior producer of NPR’s On the Media in 2000. As a producer, his team tripled the audience, started one of NPR’s first podcasts, and won a Peabody Award.

Arun Rath Age

Rath was born in 1970. He is 49 years old. Details of his birthday have not been shared as of now,

Arun Rath Parents

The information about his parents has not been disclosed as of now. This information will be updated soon.

Arun Rath Education

He is based in the WGBH newsroom filing national stories for NPR. Mr. Rath also does local stories for WGBH News. Arun graduated from Reed College.

Arun Rath Career

Rath began his journalism career as an intern at NPR’s Talk of the Nation. This was while he was enrolled in an English Literature master’s program in Washington, DC. After the internship ended, he was hired on as a temporary employee and eventually became the show’s director.

He became the senior producer of NPR’s On the Media in 2000. His team tripled the audience, started one of NPR’s first podcasts, and won a Peabody Award.  In 2005, he became the senior editor of Public Radio International’s Studio 360.

Later that year, Rath jumped to television as a correspondent and producer for Frontline, where he focused on military justice and national security issues. In September 2013, Rath was hired as the host of the weekend edition of All Things Considered, coinciding with its move to NPR’s West Coast bureau in Culver City.

Arun Rath

Rath replaced Guy Raz, becoming the first Indian-American to host an NPR news-magazine. He has stated that he hopes to do more of his own reporting from the field and to strengthen NPR’s presence on the West Coast. In October 2015, Michel Martin replaced Rath as the host of the weekend edition of All Things Considered.

NPR Media Relations Director Isabel Lara says Rath, “will be moving back to Boston” but did not elaborate. Rath Joined WGBH Boston and continued to report for NPR. At NPR he works along fellow reporter Anastasia Tsioulcas.

Arun Rath Wife\Children

Rath is a married man. He is married to his wife Raney Aronson-Rath. Aronson and Arun Rath were married at the New York City Municipal Building on Tuesday 4, 2005. The couple has an 11-year-old son named Arjun Rath.

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