Brian Williams of NBC Nightly News

Kuha'o Kawaauhau , Reporter

Brian Williams of NBC Nightly news began his career in broadcasting in 1981. He became the reporting anchor on KOAM television serving Pittsburg, Kansas. He then worked as a news anchor on WTTG TV in Washington, D.C. the following year. Williams then became the news anchor for WCAU TV in Philadelphia. He then anchored on WCBS news in New York City in 1987. In 1993, Brian Williams joined NBC news and anchored the “National Weekend Nightly News” where he became White House Chief Correspondent.

Williams then served as news anchor and managing editor of “The News With Brian Williams” which is televised on CNBC, and MSNBC TV. Williams served as the primary substitute anchor on NBC Nightly News with Tom Brokaw. He was awarded for the NBC live coverage of Hurricane Katrina.

Brian Williams continued as the reporting anchor on NBC nightly news. Unfortunately, in 2015, Mister Williams had a 6 month suspension from NBC for misrepresenting the Iraq War experience. In the present year, 2016-2017, he continues as a news anchor for MSNBC.