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May 20, 1979 (44)
Craig Melvin is an American television host, news anchor, and journalist, best known for his roles on NBC News, MSNBC, and the “Today” show.
Melvin’s work portfolio spans across multiple networks and platforms. He began his career in local news, serving as an anchor and reporter at WIS in Columbia, South Carolina. His hard-hitting reporting style and ability to articulate complex issues to a general audience soon landed him at MSNBC, where he initially worked as a daytime anchor. He later joined NBC News as a co-anchor on the weekend edition of “Today,” eventually transitioning to a role on the weekday edition of the show. His segments on the “Today” show vary from serious interviews with politicians to warm, human-interest stories, thus offering a broad spectrum of content for a diverse audience.
Throughout his career, Craig Melvin has had the opportunity to collaborate with a host of esteemed individuals within the journalism and entertainment sectors. Collaborators include Savannah Guthrie, Hoda Kotb, Al Roker, and Carson Daly on the “Today” show. In addition, he has interviewed influential figures like former President Barack Obama, Oprah Winfrey, and Tom Hanks. He’s also had on-air partnerships with notable news anchors like Lester Holt, Andrea Mitchell, and Chuck Todd at NBC and MSNBC, as well as Katie Couric and Matt Lauer earlier in his career.
Melvin has received several awards for his journalistic contributions. Notably, he won an Emmy Award for his coverage of a high-profile news event and was honored with the prestigious Associated Press award for his investigative reporting.