It seems every single day there’s a year’s worth of headlines. Alex Salvi helps distinguish what’s news from noise.
About Alex Salvi
Alex Salvi is an anchor and correspondent for One America News. He played a pivotal role in the network’s coverage of the 2018 Midterm Elections and the 2019 State of the Union address. He’s also filled-in for the talk shows “Tipping Point with Liz Wheeler” and “The Daily Ledger with Graham Ledger.” While the job demands the ability to report on all topics, he specializes in political and legal issues.
Salvi earned his master’s in journalism from the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, where he had an emphasis on broadcast and digital media. His studies brought him to a program at the European Union in Brussels, Belgium, the fall of the 2016 Brexit decision. He also contributed to a story for the New York Times that appeared on the front page of its website.
Before joining OAN, Salvi obtained his law degree where he concentrated on constitutional and international law. His education allowed him to travel to the Middle East where he studied humanitarian law in Israel and the West Bank. He also advanced to the International Court of Justice Moot Court Competition in Mumbai, India, where he debated legal issues surrounding leaking and the media. It was during law school when he first got involved in journalism, as he was voted to be editor-in-chief of the Valparaiso Law Blog which acted as a news outlet and watchdog over governance and jurisprudence in the Midwest.
After growing up in Chicago, Salvi attended DePaul University in the city where he earned his Bachelor’s of Arts degree with a major in political science. He was a contributor to the school’s newspaper and a member of its advertising club. Salvi also interned for the United States House of Representatives for Congressman Mike Quigley. Outside of work, you can find him watching the Cubs, telling bad jokes and going on meaningless rants.