Ari Melber, an attorney and journalist, with a huge following on TikTok, is famous for his show ‘The Beat with Ari Melber’ on MSNBC.
Born in 1980, Ari Naftali Melber received his early education at Garfield High School in Seattle, WA. He received his undergraduate and postgraduate degrees from the University of Michigan and Cornell University. His interest lies in law and politics. He has been a practicing lawyer and has written political columns for various news outlets like Reuters and The Nation.
He has had a promising career as a journalist, where his show titled ‘The beat with Ari Melber’ on MSNBC has been the longest-running show in the history of the network. The show first started airing on MSNBC in 2017 at 6 PM on weekdays.
The show is about conversations about current affairs and politics in the US with notable personalities through one-on-one interviews and group discussions. Some of the personalities that have come on the show throughout the years are US senators Kamala Harris and Elizabeth Warren, Donald Trump’s former lawyer Michael Cohen, and former white house advisor Stephen Bannon.
Along with these personalities, the show has also hosted a variety of singers and actors like French Montana and Winston Duke. This brings versatility and diversity to his show, where he has managed to keep the users entertained for 6 years. He has also won an Emmy for his anchoring.
Ari Melber on TikTok
@arimelber posts many behind-the-scenes conversations with the guests on his show, along with snippets from the show. Here, we can see him asking Jen Psaki, former white house press secretary, for some public speaking tips.
You can also follow his account if you are someone who likes to stay updated with current events. He sometimes posts videos summarizing important news updates.
You can also find some videos like this, where he shares with his viewers the importance of participating in political events like voting.
If you are someone obsessed with knowing about current political events in America then you should definitely follow him.