Nick Watt

Nick Watt

Nick Watt
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Nick Watt is a London-based correspondent for ABC News. His first story as a reporter was the U.S. Marines' assault on Fallujah in November 2004, for which he won an... Read More »
Nick Watt is a London-based correspondent for ABC News. His first story as a reporter was the U.S. Marines' assault on Fallujah in November 2004, for which he won an Emmy. In December 2005, he covered the Asian tsunami from Sri Lanka, Banda Aceh and Thailand. Watt regularly reports from Iraq and around the globe for ABC News broadcasts and platforms, including "World News with Charles Gibson," "Nightline" and "Good Morning America." When in Britain, he also covers the royal family for "Good Morning America." Watt joined ABC's London bureau in 1997 as a desk assistant and tape librarian. He became a producer in 2000 and in September 2001 was sent to northern Afghanistan shortly after the attacks of 9/11. As a producer, Watt covered the 2004 parliamentary crisis in Iran, the civil war in Liberia, the humanitarian crisis in Darfur, and the school siege in Beslan, Russia. He won an Emmy for his work in Darfur. Watt has worked extensively in Afghanistan and Iraq. He spent four months in Baghdad in the lead-up to the 2003 invasion and since then has returned on numerous occasions as a producer and correspondent. He embedded as a cameraman/producer with the First Cavalry Division in Sadr City during the handover of power in June 2004. Five months later, he was part of a two-man team embedded with a Marine infantry unit during the assault on Fallujah. Prior to joining ABC News, Watt was a reporter at The Southampton Press newspaper in New York. Watt, who is Scottish, earned a master's degree in modern history from the University of St. Andrews in Scotland, specializing in post-war U.S. foreign policy. « Read Less
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How this 13-year-old skateboarder became the youngest X Games gold medalist in history
NICK WATT, JOHN KAPETANEAS and ALEXA VALIENTE
January 16, 2018 Story from Sports NICK WATT, JOHN KAPETANEAS and ALEXA VALIENTE , ABC News
High-Speed Catamaran Races Attract New Thrill-Seeking Crowd
By NICK WATT
November 27, 2012 Story from Travel NICK WATT , ABC News
Is Technology Killing The Cheater? PI's Reveal How They Track Digital Infidelity Trails
By NICK WATT
January 24, 2013 Story from Technology NICK WATT , ABC News
Authorities Sniffing Out Alleged Fake Laundry Detergent
By NICK WATT and IGNACIO TORRES
June 22, 2016 Story from US NICK WATT and IGNACIO TORRES , ABC News
Why Does Theater Popcorn Cost So Much?
By NICK WATT
July 15, 2008 Story from Entertainment NICK WATT , ABC News
Oscars 2017: Academy President and #OscarsSoWhite Creator Sound Off on Diversity
By NICK WATT and LESLEY MESSER
January 24, 2017 Story from Entertainment NICK WATT and LESLEY MESSER , ABC News
Mystery Animal Roams the Streets in California
By NICK WATT
August 4, 2014 Story from US NICK WATT , ABC News
Why You're Still Not Safe From Fraud If You Have a Credit Card With a Chip
By NICK WATT, CLAIRE PEDERSEN, JOHN KAPETANEAS and ALEXA VALIENTE
April 12, 2016 Story from Business NICK WATT, CLAIRE PEDERSEN, JOHN KAPETANEAS and ALEXA VALIENTE , ABC News
Frederik the Great: Hailed the Most Beautiful Horse in the World
NICK WATT, KATIE MULDOWNEY and KELLY MCCARTHY
June 3, 2016 Story from US NICK WATT, KATIE MULDOWNEY and KELLY MCCARTHY , ABC News
How Lisa Ann Went From Being a Porn Star to a Fantasy Sports Radio Host
By NICK WATT, JOHN KAPETANEAS and ALEXA VALIENTE
December 1, 2015 Story from US NICK WATT, JOHN KAPETANEAS and ALEXA VALIENTE , ABC News
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