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2004 HOST
MARK McEWEN

Mark McEwenMark McEwen joined USA Network in December 2002 as host of the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show.

Earlier in 2002, McEwen left his job as the weather and entertainment reporter for The Early Show on CBS after 16 years of climbing out of bed early to work in morning television. McEwen also held several other roles at CBS (The Early Show, CBS This Morning) since 1987. He was the popular music editor in April 1988, named entertainment editor in November 1992, and became co-anchor of CBS This Morning in 1996.

Before joining CBS News, McEwen was co-host of the WNEW-FM New York morning radio show for more than three years. In the course of his career, he has interviewed luminaries such as President Clinton, President George H.W. Bush, President Gerald Ford, Sidney Poitier, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Tom Hanks, Madonna, and Joni Mitchell.

McEwen was named one of the United States' "Ten Most Trusted TV New Personalities" in a TV Guide survey in February 1995. He has contributed to CBS News' 48 Hours and reported from two Olympic Winter Games for CBS Sports in 1992 and 1994. He also has covered the Academy Awards, the Cannes Film Festival, the Golden Globe awards, the Grammy awards, and the Country Music Association awards.

McEwen was born on September 16, 1954 in San Antonio, Texas, and raised in Berlin, Germany, Montgomery, Alabama, and Crownsville, Maryland. He attended the University of Maryland.

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