Geoff Bennett joined the Time Warner Cable News and Local Programming group in June of 2013 as a political reporter for the Washington, D.C. bureau.
Bennett was previously editor of NPR's "Weekend Edition,” responsible for shaping the content and scope of the nationally broadcast, two-hour morning news magazine. Based in Los Angeles from 2007 to 2009, he was a producer and editor of NPR’s "News & Notes," a daily news and public affairs talk show. In that role, he successfully conceived and implemented a social and digital media strategy aimed at growing the program’s audience.
Before heading west, Bennett reported on the entertainment business for AOL Television based in New York City. He began his journalism career as a production assistant and off-air reporter for ABC News’ "World News Tonight with Peter Jennings." He later joined ABCNews.com, where he managed the web presence of the network’s flagship newscast, “World News Tonight,” and the Brian Ross Investigative Unit.
In 2003, he was part of the team that launched what later became the TV network Current. He later co-founded a consulting firm that provides digital media business solutions.
Bennett is an honors graduate of Morehouse College.