William Brangham Bio, Age, Wife, Career, PBS NewsHour And ABC News

William Brangham Biography

William Brangham is an award-winning American journalist working at PBS NewsHour. He was born in 1969 in Washington D.C.

He used to work for multiple TV programs as a producer mainly for PBS. He attended Colorado College and studied English Language and Literature between 1986-1990. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts.

William Brangham Age

He was born in 1969 in Washington D.C. He is 50 years old as of 2019.

William Brangham Wife | William And Tory Brangham

He is married to Tory and the couple has two sons and a daughter and they live in Washington D.C area.

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William Brangham Height

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William Brangham Salary | William Brangham Net Worth

He is paid $74,950 monthly. His estimated net worth is still under review.

William Brangham Education

He attended Colorado College and studied English Language and Literature between 1986-1990. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts.

William Brangham Career | William Brangham PBS | William Brangham ABC News

William Brangham is a reporter and maker for PBS NewsHour in Washington, D.C. He joined the lead PBS program in 2015, subsequent to going through two years with PBS NewsHour Weekend in New York City.

In his initial three years, Brangham has done a scope of honor winning revealing over the United States and globally, covering everything from the seriousness of America’s narcotic emergency, the coordination of ladies into battle jobs in the U.S. Marine Corps, to a profile of Ina Garten, the “Shoeless Contessa.”

Brangham’s investigating the Syrian displaced person emergency in 2015 was among the work referred to when the NewsHour won a George Foster Peabody Award that year. The following year, he announced a six-section arrangement on the worldwide HIV/AIDS scourge, which won a progression of real grants including an Emmy and the National Academies of Sciences Communication Award.

In 2018, Brangham dealt with an analytical arrangement about rape and reprisal in the U.S. Woodland Service. The day after that arrangement broadcast, the leader of the Forest Service all of a sudden ventured down. When he isn’t out detailing in the field, Brangham is a customary questioner on the NewsHour, and he has every so often secured the weekday and Weekend communicates.

During his profession, Brangham has likewise chipped away at video ventures for The New York Times, ABC News, National Geographic and Frontline. Preceding joining the NewsHour, he was a maker and reporter for Need to Know on PBS, and before that, for Bill Moyers Journal.

Brangham took a shot at a few Moyers’ narrative arrangements during the 1990s and was a maker on the widely praised Now with Bill Moyers in the mid-2000s. In 2014, he was an assistant teacher at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism.


Company Name PBS NewsHour
Total Duration 6 yrs 4 mos
Title Correspondent
Dates Employed May 2015 – Present
Employment Duration 4 yrs 5 mos
Location Washington D.C. Metro Area
Title Producer, Camera, Correspondent
Dates Employed Jun 2013 – Jun 2015
Employment Duration 2 yrs 1 mo
Location New York, NY
Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism

Company Name Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism
Dates Employed 2012
Employment Duration less than a year
Location New York, NY
Adjunct Professor teaching graduate journalism students writing, reporting, and all aspects of video production — including camera, audio, lighting, for news and documentary production.

Company Name WNET New York Public Media
Dates Employed 2010 – 2012
Employment Duration 2 yrs
Produced, shot, reported numerous reports for national PBS news-magazine program called “Need to Know”.

Company Name Bill Moyers/Public Affairs Television, Inc.
Dates Employed 2007 – 2010
Employment Duration 3 yrs
Produced, shot, reported a series of profiles and documentary reports for Bill Moyers national series on PBS.

Company Name NOW on PBS
Dates Employed 2001 – 2007
Employment Duration 6 yrs
Produced, shot, wrote over 40 reports for Emmy Award-winning PBS newsmagazine show hosted initially by Bill Moyers, and later by David Brancaccio and Maria Hinojosa.

Company Name The New York Times Television
Dates Employed 2000 – 2001
Employment Duration 1 yr
Location New York, NY
Producer/camera for New York Times Television’s “Science Times” series, which aired on the National Geographic Channel.

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