Featured journalist: Ben Teitelbaum

Oct 06, 2014

Today we'd like to introduce you to Ben Teitelbaum, HuffPost Live producer at Huffington Post and documentary filmmaker. Formerly with The Daily Beast, Teitelbaum's byline has been in such esteemed publications as New York Times, Newsweek and the Village Voice, to name a few. A journalist of many talents, he has also cut his teeth in sports radio, as both a play-by-play and color commentator for WKCR 89.9FM in New York. Teitelbaum also holds two degrees from the celebrated Columbia University: a B.A. in English and an M.S. in Broadcast Journalism. Stop by his Muck Rack portfolio now for samplings of his past work, starting with Don't Cry for Johnny Football (82 shares, Daily Beast) and Unified, in America, by International Sport (362 shares, New York Times). Oh yes, and we can't forget that time he became part of Daily Beast's own "Beasty Boys" to rap about Mitt Romney's binders full of women (577 shares)!

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About the author

Writes the @MuckRackDaily & runs #muckedup chat. Creator of #100helpfuldays. I can haz media tips? kirsten@sawhorsemedia.com

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