Garrick Utley is an American TV journalist. He established his career reporting about the Vietnam War and has the distinction of being the first full-time television correspondent covering the war there. He is currently president of the Levin Graduate Institute of International Relations and Commerce of the State University of New York, in Manhattan. He is a co-host of “America Abroad” on public radio, a program which examines the United States’ role and relationships in the world, and he hosts Metropolitan Opera broadcasts on public television.
Utley was the weekend anchor and frequent substitute for Tom Brokaw in the 1980s at NBC Nightly News. In the 1990s he became one of a long list of distinguished journalists to host NBC’s long running public affairs discussion program “Meet the Press.” In 1992, Utley issued a controversial commentary essay at the close of the weekend newscast that then-President George Bush should forego reelection in the interest of the country. Utley worked for NBC News for around 30 years before moving to ABC and then to CNN where he worked until 2002.
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