David Zurawik

David Zurawik biography

David Zurawik is an American journalist, author, and professor whose birthday is either 1948 or 1949 making him 69 to 70-years-old. Zurawik was born into a Jewish family and has two brothers and a sister. He attended the University of Wisconsin-Madison where he obtained a master's degree in specialized reporting. Zurawik went on to attend the University of Maryland in College Park where he obtained a doctorate in American studies.

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In 2000, Zurawik wrote his dissertation titled, "The Jews of prime time: Ethnicity, self-censorship, and assimilation in network television". Upon graduating from university and completing his dissertation, Zurawik was hired as a reporter for the Dallas Times Herald. He eventually moved from the Herald to The Baltimore Sun in 1989 where we worked as a television critic. During this time, he also ran a syndicated column in newspapers such as the Los Angeles Times. Zurawik was promoted to the lead writer for The Baltimore Sun TV blog in 2008 and later began writing articles for the American Journalism Review and the Telegraph-Journal. He is also an assistant professor of communications and media studies at Goucher College. In 2003, Zurawik wrote and published his first book, "The Jews of Prime Time".

Quick Facts
Birth Date: 1 Jan, 1949
Age: 71 yrs
Occupations: Journalist
Citizenship: United States of America
Birth Place: Milwaukee
Education: University of Wisconsin–Madison
Gender: Male
Description: American journalist and author
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Last Modified: Feb 19 2023
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