Anthony Mason (journalist)

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Anthony Mason (born 23 June 1956 in New York) is senior correspondent for business and economics for CBS news.[1] He has been a correspondent with CBS since 1998. He is News-Anchor for the weekday edition of CBS This Morning and Co-Anchor of CBS This Morning Saturday alongside Vinita Nair.


Mason has reported from more than 30 countries for CBS. He has been working in New York since 1993. He contributed to the 1991 Soviet coup attempt, which was award-winning coverage.[2]


In 1985, Mason won the New York Associated Press award for General Excellence of Individual Reporting on Vietnam veterans. He also won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Individual Achievement by a reporter and the Pennsylvania Associated Press Award for best feature story.[2]


Mason obtained his B.A. in English with a minor in government from Georgetown University in 1980.[2]


Mason is married to his wife Christina Anne Unhoch and together they have one daughter and one son. Mason also has one daughter from a previous marriage. The family currently resides in Rye, New York.[2]

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  1. ^ "Anthony Mason". CBS News. Retrieved December 27, 2011. 
  2. ^ a b c d "Anthony Mason - CBS News". CBS News. Retrieved 8 April 2013.