- Full Name Alex Salvi
- Occupation Journalist, Host, Executive Producer
- Nationality American
Alex Salvi BiographySalvi is the producer of short videos 'Escape,' and 'Exílio'
As per Alex Salvi's LinkedIn account, he left the OANN in May 2021. But, according to The Daily Beast, Salvi had announced his departure from the network in late March and appeared on Newsmax a few weeks later, confirming his new employment.
Alex Salvi is a foreign correspondent at Newsmax Media, Inc. stationed in Rome, Italy.
Who Is Alex Salvi?
Alex Salvi is an American broadcast journalist, news anchor, correspondent, and producer. He is currently based in Rome as a foreign correspondent for Newsmax, covering Italy, the Vatican, Europe, and across the region.
He formerly worked as a correspondent for One America News Network and served as the host and executive producer of the primetime talk show After Hours with Alex Salvi. Salvi was a key part of the station's coverage of the 2018 midterm elections and the State of the Union address in 2019.
He has also appeared on talk shows such as Tipping Point with Liz Wheeler and The Daily Ledger with Graham Ledger. Salvi is also the producer of short videos titled Escape (2016) and Exílio.
Salvi went to Carmel Catholic School and enrolled at DePaul University in the Chicagoland area in 2009 for college. He earned a bachelor's degree in arts with a major on political science and political economy in 2013. At college, Salvi also worked as an editor on the DePaulia Newspaper and was engaged in Marketing Club.
Upon graduating, Salvi joined Valparaiso University School of Law in 2013. He earned a Juris Doctor in 2016 with a major in American U.S. law, legal studies, and jurisprudence. In the three-year course at Valparaiso University, Salvi was able to travel to the Middle East and studied humanitarian law in Israel/Palestine and the West Bank.
He also competed in the International Court of Justice Moot Court Competition in Mumbai, India, where he disputed legal problems related to leaks and the media. He soon became active in journalism in law school and was elected the editor-in-chief of the Valparaiso Law Blog. The blog served as a news outlet and watchdog over governance and jurisprudence in the Midwest.
In 2016, he enrolled at the University of Southern California (USC) in Los Angeles for a Master of Science (M.S.) in Journalism. Salvi graduated in 2019 with a focus in broadcast and digital media. In the fall of 2016, he was accepted into a program at the European Union in Brussels, Belgium, as a result of his interest on journalism studies.
Salvi began his professional journey while studying at the Valparaiso University School of Law. He got an internship in the United States House of Representatives in Chicago, Illinois, for six months from August 2012 to January 2013. The semester-long internship was offered to DePaul University political science students. It gave Salvi significant experience as legislative staff, as it was the election year.
Following that, he was a part of the Press Visit Fellow as a delegation of the European Union to the United States from September 2016 to October 2016 that took place in Belgium's Brussels Metropolitan Area. The EU Delegation organized the event in collaboration with colleagues from the European External Action Service and the European Commission in Brussels.
The event's objective was to help participants get a greater grasp of the European Union, including its organization, policies, decision-making processes, and relationship with the United States. He also worked as a contributor to New York Times video projects for a month in February 2017.
Salvi also served as a reporter and producer for a student-run Annenberg TV News in Los Angeles, California. He worked there for ten months, from August 2016 to May 2017, covering breaking news for the website and on-air. As he had access to the media center, Salvi generated news items for many platforms, developed and released podcasts like Match Volume, and combined audience data analysis.
One America News Network
Salvi joined One America News Network (OANN) in September 2017 as a broadcast journalist and producer for the station. At OANN, he focused reporting primarily on politics, media, and legal concerns.
He was also the host and executive producer of the network's show After Hours with Alex Salvi. The daily hour-long broadcast show aired at 10:00 p.m. ET. The first episode premiered on 11 November 2019. In the program, Salvi interacted with politicians and professionals from across the world about the day's most important news stories and politics.
Salvi became a key figure in the network's coverage of the 2018 midterm elections and the State of the Union address in 2019. Salvi also appeared on Tipping Point with Liz Wheeler in March 2020. In the show, he debated with Wheeler, the conservative millennial firebrand, over the efficiency of lockdown, supporting the social distancing measures, and their viewpoints on handling and tackling the COVID-19. He was also featured on The Daily Ledger with Graham Ledger.
According to his LinkedIn account, Salvi left the OANN in May 2021 after 3 and half months. As per the May 2021 article by The Daily Beast, Salvi announced his departure from the network in late March and appeared on Newsmax a few weeks later, confirming his new employment.
According to his LinkedIn profile, Salvi joined Newsmax Media, Inc. in May 2021. Presently, he serves as a foreign correspondent at the network stationed in Rome, Italy. Based in Rome, Salvi covers stories in Italy, the Vatican, Europe, and other places in the region.