An Emmy-winning network television news and war correspondent with more than three decades of experience reporting from around the world, Jeff has reported on many of the biggest stories of our time including the Iraq War, the Arab Spring, Hurricane Katrina, the Gulf Oil Spill and the Chile Mine Rescue. Jeff began his career in Canada, at the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation he was a national news correspondent and anchor, radio host and documentary reporter. In 1997 he joined CBS News as a correspondent in the New York Bureau. In 2001 he joined ABC News as the Miami-based correspondent for Florida, the Caribbean and Latin America. In 2010 he was promoted to ABC News London Correspondent. He won an Emmy for his coverage of the fall of Libyan dictator Muammar Gadhafi during the "Arab Spring." Jeff left ABC News to build Trint in Dec. 2014. Trint leverages A.I. to transcribe reporters’ interviews, speeches and news conferences.
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