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Harry Smith NBC (Journalist) Bio, Age, Salary, Net Worth, Wife, Children

Harry Smith is an American television journalist, working for NBC News, MSNBC and CNBC as a senior correspondent. Smith hosted the CBS News morning programs, The Early Show and its predecessor, CBS This Morning, for seventeen years. Smith left CBS News in July 2011 to become a correspondent for NBC News and the now cancelled newsmagazine Rock Center with Brian Williams.

Harry Smith Biography

Harry Smith is an American television journalist, working for NBC News, MSNBC and CNBC as a senior correspondent. Smith hosted the CBS News morning programs, The Early Show and its predecessor, CBS This Morning, for seventeen years. Smith left CBS News in July 2011 to become a correspondent for NBC News and the now cancelled newsmagazine Rock Center with Brian Williams.

Smith has also served as an anchor for MSNBC, conducting daytime live coverage of breaking news and events since first appearing in November 2015.

Harry Smith Age

Harry Smith  was born August 21, 1951 in Lansing, Illinois, United States.

Harry Smith Height

Smith stands at a height of 1,75m.

Harry Smith Salary & Net Worth

Harry has a net worth approximated between $1 Million – $10 Million (Approx.)

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Harry Smith Wife

Smith is married to Andrea Joyce since 1986. Andrea Joyce Kuslits, well known as Andrea Joyce, is an American sportscaster who works for NBC Sports after working 10 years with CBS Sports.  They are the parents of two fine young men.

Harry Smith Education

Born in Lansing, Illinois, Smith received a Bachelor of Arts degree in communications and theater from Central College, located in Pella, Iowa.

Harry Smith Career

Smith started his broadcasting career at Denver, Colorado, radio stations KHOW and KIMN and Cincinnati, Ohio, radio station WLW from 1973 to 1981. He worked for Denver’s public television station, KRMA-TV from 1981 to 1982. From 1982 to 1985, Smith served as a reporter and anchor for KMGH-TV, the then-CBS affiliate in Denver (the station is now affiliated with ABC). Smith joined CBS News in 1986 as a reporter and was named a correspondent in 1987.

For thirteen years, he was a contributor to The CBS Evening News with Dan Rather, 48 Hours, and CBS News documentaries. The majority of Smith’s time at CBS was spent anchoring the CBS morning show. He served as a co-anchor of CBS This Morning from November 30, 1987 to June 14, 1996.

After leaving the show, he was featured on the CBS Evening news in a weekly report called “Travels with Harry,” which looked at unique people and places around the country. Starting in 1999, Smith hosted the A&E Network television series Biography and The History Channel’s Modern Marvels.

Smith returned to the CBS morning show on October 28, 2002, by that point renamed The Early Show. He hosted the program for eight years before CBS announced that Smith and co-anchors Maggie Rodriguez and Dave Price would leave the show at the end of 2010. Smith’s last day on the show was December 31, 2010.

By that point, he had spent a total of seventeen years on a CBS morning show. Upon leaving the program, he became a Senior Correspondent for CBS News and substitute anchor for the CBS Evening News, Face the Nation, and CBS News Sunday Morning. In addition to his television assignments, he delivered a daily Harry Smith Reporting editorial for the CBS Radio Network. CBS News informed its employees on July 8, 2011 that Smith would depart the network after twenty-five years.

Harry Smith joined NBC News as a correspondent for “Rock Center” with Brian Williams in July 2011. One of television’s most distinguished journalists, Smith has been a news anchor for more than 30 years. Before joining NBC News, Smith hosted the CBS News morning shows “The Early Show” and its predecessor “CBS This Morning” for 17 years. He served as a senior correspondent for CBS News and substitute anchors for the “CBS Evening News”, “Face the Nation” and “CBS News Sunday Morning.” He also hosted the A&E series “Biography.”

Smith has interviewed a who’s who of world leaders from Barack Obama to Margaret Thatcher. Smith has reported from the Persian Gulf War, the Iraq War and the war in Bosnia. He reported live from Tahrir Square the night Hosni Mubarak fell from power. Smith covered the revolution in Libya. Smith has also reported from disaster zones in the United States and also Japan, Sri Lanka, Haiti and the Philippines. He has won several Emmy Awards and an Edward R. Murrow Award, as well as numerous other honors.

Harry Smith Today Show

NBC’s Harry Smith gives an inside look at his once-in-a-lifetime visit to Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park, where he saw mountain gorillas, one of the planet’s largest primates, in their natural habitat.