NPR's Business Desk Corrospondant, David Gura
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David Gura is a correspondent on the business desk of NPR. His articles are included in NPR's news magazines, All Things Considered, Morning Edition, and Weekend Edition, and often serves as a guest host on 1A, an NPR and WAMU joint venture.

His coverage appeared on TODAY, NBC Nightly News, The 11th Hour, and MTP Daily as well as the daytime and primetime programs on MSNBC.

Gura is currently located in New York and he frequently travels both domestically and internationally. He has worked as an anchor for MSNBC and a correspondent for NBC News in the past.

Name David Gura
WifeKate Brannen
Net WorthAround $2 Million

Does David Gura Have Wikipedia Bio?

David Gura has worked as a business writer for most of his career, specializing in politics and economics as per his bio. He had held jobs with Bloomberg Television and Bloomberg Radio before joining MSNBC and NBC News in 2015.

He started off working for NPR as an editor and producer before transitioning into a reporting position for The Two-Way, the network's breaking news weblog.

Gura frequently contributed radio segments to 'All Things Considered,' 'Morning Edition,' and 'Weekend Edition,' the three main news programs of NPR.

David Gura Left MSNBC And NBC News After Three Years
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The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, the Columbia Journalism Review, and the Virginia Quarterly Review have all published reviews and reports by him.

The National Press Foundation, the National Constitution Center, and the French-American Foundation have all honored Gura's efforts. He is now a term member of the Council on Foreign Relations and the recipient of a Paul Miller Washington Reporting Fellowship.

David Gura Age: How Old Is The Journalist?

David Gura is currently 37 years of age. He was born in Austin, Texas, in the United States on October 2, 1984.

Gura earned his bachelor's degree in history and American studies with honors from Cornell University in Ithaca, New York. He is a graduate of the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, as per his LinkedIn profile.

The American journalist also attended the Universidad Mayor de San Andrés and the Universidad Católica Boliviana in La Paz, Bolivia, to study political science. He started his career when he was still in college.

Following his graduation in 2007, David began working as an intern at WUNC-FM in North Carolina for around four months. After that, he served as an intern for the NPR network for a further five months.

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Meet David Gura's Wife Kate Brannen

David Gura is married to his girlfriend turned wife, Kate Brannen. The couple tied a knot on 1 October 2011 in Washington, D.C, in front of their family and friends.

Kate leads the Just Security program's editorial division. The Atlantic, The Washington Post, Foreign Policy, The Guardian, The Daily Beast, Newsweek, USA Today, Slate, and other media have published her work.

David's Wife Kate Brannen in Talking Feds
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David and Kate are parents of two children. The NPR journalist revealed on Twitter around the end of 2018 that his partner is scheduled to give birth to their second child.

The lovely couple frequently shares pictures of themselves on their social media sites, particularly Instagram. They have already been married for more than ten years.

More On David Gura's Salary In 2022

David Gura has earned a net worth of around $1 million throughout his journalism career.  As an NPR reporter, he reportedly earns a salary of $40,000 per year.

Gura makes full trips both domestically and internationally. His reporting has recently focused on the COVID-19 outbreak and its effects on the economy, as per his NPR profile.


His vibrant Saturday and Sunday morning discussion, Up with David Gura, had a variety of guests over the course of over two years, such as politicians, journalists, columnists, strategists, artists, and comedians.

David, who was based in Washington, has served as Marketplace's primary stand-in host since 2013 and was previously a senior correspondent for the show, a public radio program about business and economics.

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