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David Muir was 'most used' network reporter in 2012, report finds

Town of Onondaga native and ABC News anchor David Muir was the “most used” reporter on broadcast television in 2012, according to the Tyndall Report.
Syracuse (WSYR-TV) – Town of Onondaga native and ABC News anchor David Muir was the “most used” reporter on broadcast television in 2012, according to the Tyndall Report.

Muir appeared on the air for 426 minutes last year, nearly twice as many as the next “most used” journalist, NBC’s Andrea Mitchell, who was on the air for 269 minutes.

This was his second year topping the list.

The weekend anchor for ABC’s flagship broadcast “World News,” Muir has recently reported from Tahrir Square during the Egypt uprising and Fukushima, Japan, following the tsunami and nuclear accident.

Muir graduated from Onondaga Central School and was a magna cum laude graduate of Ithaca College.

His family lives in Skaneateles.

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