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Ziad Buchh

Ziad Buchh is a producer for NPR's Morning Edition and Up First. In addition to producing and directing the broadcast, he has also contributed to the show's sports, tech and video game coverage. He's produced and reported from all over the country, including a Trump rally, and from the temporary home of Ukrainian refugees.

Buchh first joined NPR through an internship with All Things Considered in 2018, where he helped cover the rise of Q-Anon and the alt-right. He also interned with WDET in Detroit, and Michigan Radio in Ann Arbor. In college, he served as editor-in-chief of his school paper, the Michigan Journal, where he led coverage of the 2016 Board of Regents election, and also wrote a popular article ranking all the bathrooms on campus.

Buchh has received many awards, just none for journalism.

He's a graduate of the University of Michigan-Dearborn, where he received degrees in journalism and philosophy.