rich, commanding voice of Ed Rabel has shared some of the biggest
news events with the world. Now it has told the story of West
Emmy Award-winning broadcast journalist did the narration for
"A Moving Monument: The West Virginia State Capitol."
His authoritative, mature delivery gives the documentary instant
credibility. Ed's distinctive style makes the video a joy to
be seen and heard.
reporting experience that spans three decades of world-shaping
events, the West Virginia native continues to work as a highly
respected strategic communications counselor.
2003, he was in Baghdad, working closely with U.S. officials
and the new Iraqi leadership to establish the foundation for
a free press in that country. Ed trained and evaluated Iraqi
journalists and provided counsel on how to establish and manage
a television news entity in Baghdad free of government control
Ed is recognized for his work with both NBC News and CBS News.
He was the Pentagon correspondent for NBC News from 1993 to
1997 and then served as the network's Cuba expert until 1998.
In his tenure at NBC, which began in 1985, he was the first
to report on Israel's illegal transfer of U.S. missile technology
to China and brought viewers exclusive coverage of the U.S.
government's closely guarded Nuclear Emergency Search Team project.
was awarded a News and Documentary Emmy Award twice for his
work on "CBS Evening News" and "CBS Reports."
Additionally, he is a three-time Emmy nominee for his work on
"CBS Sunday Morning."