Ziad Buchh Ziad Buchh is a producer for NPR's Morning Edition and Up First.
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Ziad Buchh

Ziad Buchh

Assistant Producer, Morning Edition and Up First

Ziad Buchh is a producer for NPR's Morning Edition and Up First. In addition to producing and directing the broadcast, he has also contributed to the show's sports, tech and video game coverage. He's produced and reported from all over the country, including a Trump rally, and from the temporary home of Ukrainian refugees.

Buchh first joined NPR through an internship with All Things Considered in 2018, where he helped cover the rise of Q-Anon and the alt-right. He also interned with WDET in Detroit, and Michigan Radio in Ann Arbor. In college, he served as editor-in-chief of his school paper, the Michigan Journal, where he led coverage of the 2016 Board of Regents election, and also wrote a popular article ranking all the bathrooms on campus.

Buchh has received many awards, just none for journalism.

He's a graduate of the University of Michigan-Dearborn, where he received degrees in journalism and philosophy.

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Sunday

Abbas Alawieh, a spokesperson for the group Listen to Michigan, pictured at a coffee shop in Detroit, Mich., on Thursday. Sylvia Jarrus for NPR hide caption

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What could Biden's Israel-Gaza stand mean for his campaign? Michigan is an early test

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Monday

A Saudi-backed league is challenging the status quo of the MMA world

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Friday

The family of Bilal Muhammed Saleh outside their home in As-Sawiya, occupied West Bank on Oct. 31, 2023. Tanya Habjouqa / NOOR for NPR hide caption

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The death of a Palestinian olive farmer emphasizes conflict over land

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Monday

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The 2023 Pokémon World Championship wraps up in Japan

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Thursday

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Post Malone chases happiness, chicken nuggets and love in new album 'Austin'

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Tuesday

Tom Hanks used some of the pandemic slowdown to write a novel titled The Making of Another Major Motion Picture Masterpiece. Grace Widyatmadja/NPR hide caption

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Tom Hanks has starred in dozens of movies. Now he's written a novel, too

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Friday

Ajay Banga, who the Biden administration has chosen to lead the World Bank, speaks in London in March. Bloomberg/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Separating climate change and inequality won't work, says Biden's World Bank nominee

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Friday

The rapper T-Pain poses with his 2023 album, On Top of the Covers. Giles Williams/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Rapper T-Pain has a simple message for people who think he can't sing – shut up

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Monday

6LACK joined Morning Edition to talk about his newest album, Since I Have a Lover. Jack McKain/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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6LACK is in a happier place. He wants to show his fans how to get there too

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Thursday

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Rebecca Black leaves the meme in the rear view

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Tuesday

Tom Brady attends the Los Angeles Premiere of Paramount Pictures' 80 For Brady presented by Smirnoff ICE at the Regency Village Theatre in Los Angeles. Phillip Faraone/Getty Images for Paramount Pictures hide caption

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Tom Brady ends his football playing days, but he's not done with the sport

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Friday

Sesame Street characters Elmo, left, and Cookie Monster pose on the 86th floor observation deck of the Empire State Building to promote the return of the live limited run show "Sesame Street Live! Let's Party!" Evan Agostini/AP hide caption

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Do you need to talk to your kids about traumatic events? Sesame Street has some tips

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Tuesday

Vir Das attends the International Emmy Awards in 2021 in New York City. Arturo Holmes/Getty Images hide caption

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His poem polarized India. Now comedian Vir Das is telling his side

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Tuesday

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Meghan Trainor rediscovers her self-love as a new mom

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Wednesday

Teachers across the U.S. are battling challenges on multiple fronts, and it's driving many to leave. Megan Jelinger/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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America's kids are going back to school. Not all of their teachers will join them

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Saturday

MoviePass is back after going bankrupt in 2020. This time, it will have a tiered price system and credits to use toward movies each month. Stringer/Getty Images hide caption

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MoviePass is returning. Here's what you need to know

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Monday

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Lauv longs for the happiness of childhood on 'All 4 Nothing'

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Monday

Price fluctuations as a result of algorithms have been found to increase feelings of customer betrayal. Steven Puetzer/Getty Images hide caption

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Online pricing algorithms are gaming the system, and could mean you pay more

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Monday

Even experienced technicians find Apple's Self-Repair program hard to navigate

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Wednesday

The rapper Logic, whose latest album, Vinyl Days, was released June 17. Justin Fleischer/Courtesy of the artist. hide caption

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Logic is ready to do things his way

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Monday

Brandon Jackson was released on parole last month. He spent 25 years in prison after being convicted by a split jury. Henrietta Wildsmith/Shreveport Times hide caption

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Brandon Jackson wants to help others convicted by split juries

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Wednesday

Davemaoite, the newly discovered mineral named after a prominent geophysicist, originated from the Earth's lower mantle. Aaron Celestian/Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County hide caption

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New mineral 'davemaoite' made an unlikely journey from the depths of the Earth

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Wednesday

"Neal Brennan: Unacceptable" will run in New York City through November. Matt Murphy hide caption

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Comedian Neal Brennan's New Show Centers On The Ways He Feels Unacceptable

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Wednesday

IDK released his second studio album, USEE4YOURSELF, in early July. Johnny Nunez/WireImage hide caption

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On New Album, Rapper IDK Reconciles A Disparate Self: 'And Here We Are Today'

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