Jordan Chariton is an American investigative reporter. Chariton is the co-founder and CEO of Status Coup, a progressive media outlet that features investigative and in-field reporting on politics, social justice issues, and the environment. Chariton previously worked for digital news network The Young Turks, where he covered the 2016 presidential election, the protests at Standing Rock, North Dakota, and the Flint water crisis.
|Born:||September 20, 1986|
|Alma mater:||University of Tampa|
|Previous show(s):||Fox News, MSNBC, The Young Turks, Jordan Chariton Reports|
|Twitter:||Jordan Chariton's Twitter profile|
About Jordan Chariton
Investigative reporter who came to prominence through his work with the digital news network The Young Turks before being fired from the network in 2017. In 2018, he announced his plans to start the independent news network Status Coup.
He grew up in Long Island, New York and graduated from the University of Tampa.
In October 2017, he was arrested in St. Louis while reporting on a demonstration against police violence.
He has a brother.
His work has been featured on The Thom Hartmann Program.
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