In addition to his work as a correspondent, Muhammad is a host and anchor. At ABC, he regularly filled-in for ABC’s World News Now, an irreverent and often lighthearted look at the day’s news. The show is broadcast out of ABC headquarters in New York.
Prior to joining ABC, Muhammad was an anchor and reporter for CBC News in Toronto, where he anchored national and local broadcasts. While at CBC, he guided audiences through some of Canada’s biggest stories: From massive snow storms and hurricanes, to the Israeli-Lebanon conflict, to Toronto’s G20 riots, to the biggest terrorism sweep ever in Canada’s history.
Muhammad began his on-air career as a reporter for CP24 – Toronto’s top-rated news channel – then became an anchor six months later. He quickly became a fixture on television sets throughout the city, anchoring live through shuttle launches, presidential announcements, and election campaigns. In 2008, he moved to CBC News as a correspondent and back-up anchor for CBC News Network, Canada’s #1 News Network with broadcasts seen coast to coast. To date, he has anchored some of the highest-ever rated shows for CBC News Toronto, and remains one of the youngest ever to anchor CBC News: The National, Canada’s flagship newscast.
For the most up-to-date samples of his work, please contact Steve Sadicario at NS Bienstock in New York City.