C-SPAN Ups Nate Hurst To Political Editor
C-SPAN today promoted Nate Hurst to political editor. He will oversee C-SPAN’s campaign coverage including races for the White House, Congress, state and local elections of national importance.
Hurst has been C-SPAN’s deputy political editor since 2019. He joined the network in 2014 and has held several vital roles regularly producing congressional hearings, international legislatures, and the U.N. He’s also produced original C-SPAN content including season two of C-SPAN’s Landmark Cases and January 6: Views from the House.
Prior to C-SPAN, Hurst reported on federal transportation policy for CQ Roll Call. He is also the former Washington correspondent for The Detroit News where he covered the Obama White House and Congress.
He is a graduate of Emerson College and a 2010-11 Paul Miller Fellow of the National Press Foundation.