Jeff Goldblatt, a Chicago based reporter for FOX News Channel (FNC), joined the network in September 1999 from WTVJ-TV (NBC), in Miami, Florida, where he served as a general assignment and investigative reporter.
Domestically for FNC, Goldblatt reported from New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina and subsequently spent more than two months in the region covering the aftermath. Most recently, he covered the tornado that destroyed much of Greensburg, Kansas and on the night of President Ford's death, Goldblatt headed up coverage from the headquarters in New York. Internationally, he has reported overseas on the War on Terror from Afghanistan, Pakistan and Iraq. And, last summer, Goldblatt was on the front lines in the Middle East during the battle between Hezbollah and Israel.
Prior to WTVJ-TV, Goldblatt was the chief investigative correspondent for the nationally syndicated news magazine, American Journal. Before his stint there, he worked at Providence Journal/A.H. Belo Broadcasting as a Washington, D.C. based correspondent covering the political beat. Goldblatt began his career at WECT-TV (NBC) in Wilmington, North Carolina, and later at WTVR-TV (CBS) in Richmond, Virginia.
Goldblatt graduated with honors from Colgate University with a Bachelor of Arts in history.