Dave Marash is an award-winning correspondent covering global as well as US domestic stories. He was a lead anchor at Al Jazeera English until March 2008 Previously, he was with ABC News' Nightline. .
Marash's coverage of world events has been highly acclaimed, winning him an Emmy Award in 1980 for coverage of the Sandinisa Revolution in Nicaragua, in 1994 for coverage of the war in Bosnia, in 1996 for coverage of the domestic terrorism in Oklahoma City and in 1996 for covering the explosion of TWA flight 800 off the coast of Long Island and an Emmy Award nomination in 2005 for coverage of the effects of the Asian tsunami in Sri Lanka.
He was also been awarded the Du Pont Award and Global Health Award in 2000 for a three part series of Nightline programmes on the effects of AIDS in Zimbabwe.
He was also awarded the Overseas Press Club Award for his radio reports of the 1972 Black September hostage killings at the Munich Olympic Games.