George Howell Biography
George Howell is an American News anchor for CNN International. He is based at the network’s headquaters in Atlanta.
He anchors ‘CNN Newsroom’ Friday through Sunday, reaching viewers of both CNNI and CNN/US.
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George Howell Cnn Married – George Howell Cnn Wife
Howell is happily married to artist and designer Kristian Howell. He resides in Atlanta with his family.
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George is not gay, he is married to a lady.
George Howell Career
Before joining CNN, George worked as a reporter at ABC affiliate WSB in Atlanta. He also worked at KREM in Spokane, Washington; KXAN in Austin, Texas; and stations KOMO and KIRO in Seattle, Washington, where he also covered the eruption of Mount St. Helens.
He founded breakingintobroadcasting.com in 2009, a website to offer support and advice to beginning journalist
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George joined CNN in 2013 after serving extensively as a national correspondent for CNN in the its Chicago bureau. He covered a number of major U.S. stories including the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri. He was first on the ground for CNN covering the unrest that followed Brown’s death, as well as the trial of George Zimmerman for the shooting death of Trayvon Martin.
He then covered various Midwest and West Coast stories which included the devastating tornado outbreaks in Oklahoma City in summer 2013, the Midwest energy crisis in winter 2013 and the deadly Washington state mudslide in 2014.
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George Howell Award
He has been honored by the Atlanta Association of Black Journalists, the New York Association of Black Journalists and has earned several Emmy nominations throughout his career.
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CNN Adds Correspondents Pamela Brown, George Howell & Alina Machado
Pamela Brown, George Howell and Alina Machado have joined CNN as correspondents, the network announced today. Brown will report primarily for CNN’s new morning program and will be based in New York. Howell will report for the network and will be based out of Chicago. Machado will report for CNN, CNN en Español and CNN Latino, and will be based in Atlanta.
“Pam is an outstanding reporter who made her mark in Washington, D.C. with exceptional coverage of domestic breaking news and enterprise reporting. The passion in her work is evident and we are so happy to have her join the CNN team,” said Ken Jautz, executive vice president of CNN/U.S.
“George and Alina are multi-talented, and their passion for getting to the crux of the story comes through in their award-winning journalism,” said Tony Maddox, executive vice president and managing director of CNN International.
Brown comes to CNN from ABC-TV affiliate WJLA-TV and NewsChannel 8, in Washington, D.C., where she most recently served as Sunday evening anchor and special projects reporter. During her six years at WJLA-TV, she has anchored breaking news and continuous coverage of several high profile events, including Hurricane Sandy, a metro train derailment and the historic blizzard of 2010. She traveled to Haiti to cover the devastating earthquake within a few days of the event, and later returned to report on the rebuilding process. Prior to her work at WJLA-TV, Brown was a reporter at Carolina Week, in Chapel Hill, N.C.
Howell joins CNN after reporting extensively for the network on the shooting death of Trayvon Martin, in addition to covering breaking news and substitute anchoring. Previously, he was a reporter for ABC-TV affiliate WSB-TV 2 in Atlanta, Georgia, and for CBS-TV affiliate KIRO-TV 7 and ABC-TV affiliate KOMO-TV 4 in Seattle, Washington, where he covered the eruption of Mount St. Helen. In Austin, Texas, he covered the crime and police beat for NBC-TV affiliate KXAN 36. He was honored by the Atlanta Association of Black Journalists in 2012 for hard news reporting, and he has earned several Emmy nominations throughout his career.
Machado also comes to CNN from the ABC-TV affiliate WSB-TV2 in Atlanta, and previously from ABC 11 – WTVD in Raleigh, North Carolina, where she covered John Edwards’ campaign finance fraud case and the deadly tornado outbreak in 2011 that damaged downtown Raleigh. While in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, she was a bi-lingual anchor and correspondent for duopoly Telemundo WDJT-TV CBS-58, serving as a general assignment reporter for WDJT CBS-58 in English, while anchoring for Telemundo in Spanish. She has been honored by the AP and the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association. She made her broadcast journalism debut while studying at the Medill School of Journalism with NBC-TV affiliate WGEM-TV.
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