Shelby Holliday

Shelby Holliday

Shelby Holliday is a reporter for Bloomberg Television, based in New York City.

She has reported and produced stories from the isolated villages of Myanmar, the prisons at Guantanamo Bay, up-and-coming tech hubs in Rwanda, and devastated communities in the Philippines. She covered Nelson Mandela's funeral in South Africa as a one-man-band, and she received a 2014 Telly Award for an in-depth series on the rise of China.

Holliday previously served as an anchor and correspondent for Channel One News, where she traveled around the world to educate America's youth about current events and international affairs.

In the U.S., Holliday has reported on presidential elections, the Affordable Care Act, major tech IPOs, and the rising cost of higher education. Always up for an adventure, she has bungee jumped with Army troops, climbed wind turbines with renewable energy experts, and flown in zero gravity planes alongside NASA scientists.

In addition to hosting Channel One's daily news show, Holliday also contributed youth insight and analysis to national news programs including NBC's Today Show, CNBC's Closing Bell, and Fox Business's Varney & Co.

Prior to Channel One, Holliday reported for UWIRE, a college news network partnered with News Corp. She appeared on various Fox News and Fox Business platforms, and she co-hosted the live-streaming Fox News "Strategy Room" leading up to the 2008 presidential election.

Holliday was born and raised in Denver, CO and graduated from the University of San Diego with a degree in business administration.

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