In Manhattan, David Muir has a lovely home where he prefers to maintain his privacy. Last week, the ABC star had an unexpected encounter during his walk home, which led to him apologizing to his neighbors.
On Instagram, the host of ‘World News Tonight’ posted a picture of a sizeable poster promoting his news program. In the caption, he expressed his apologies to his neighbors and admitted that even he was not anticipating such an incident during his walk home.
David Muir’s fans were quick to express their admiration in response to a photo he posted. One fan commended him by saying, “Nice photo! Well deserved, David! My husband and I love to listen to you on World News Tonight! You are a very professional and caring person!!!” Another fan praised David Muir’s humility and honor, saying, “David Muir, you are so humble and an honorable news broadcaster. Nothing but good should come to you!!!” A third fan expressed their delight with the photo by saying, “I’d be happy to have that on my walk any day!”
Since 2014, David has been the host of World News Tonight and holds the titles of anchor and managing editor.
According to ratings, the show has become the most-watched news program on both broadcast and cable TV. David, who has had quite an eventful year, recently participated in the New York Marathon alongside his ABC colleagues, including Robin Roberts, Deborah Roberts, and Ginger Zee, as part of a relay team.
The participants took part in the annual race, one of the most festive celebrations in New York City, to raise funds for Team of Kids. The event proved to be an enjoyable day for all involved.
In addition, the esteemed TV journalist has recently been informed that he will be honored with the highly-regarded Walter Cronkite award in 2024, joining the ranks of distinguished recipients like Al Roker, Gayle King, and Anderson Cooper.
David expressed his gratitude upon receiving the award, stating, “Walter Cronkite famously navigated the country through some of the most challenging moments in modern U.S. history. He achieved this by relying on his own moral compass, his unwavering dedication to journalism and the truth, and his readiness to reveal his own humanity in the bleakest of times.”
David expressed deep humility and a sense of responsibility upon receiving an honor in Cronkite’s name. He believes that it is essential for everyone to uphold the high standards set by Cronkite, especially during challenging times. David always aspired to be a journalist, and he shared his journey to achieving his dream with People. He once remarked that he viewed Peter Jennings as the James Bond of evening news and was determined to pursue his passion for journalism.
During his free time, David devoted himself to internships and reaching out to news organizations in pursuit of employment. Recounting his initial experience, he shared, “At the age of 13, I reached out to the local news personnel in my community, and they responded to my inquiries. This interaction led to my first visit to a television station.”
“After completing my college education, I started interning and carrying tripods and equipment. Channel 5 in Syracuse was my first employer as they hired me right out of college.”
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