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Lucy Spiegel
Lucy Spiegel
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Lucy Spiegel was an executive producer at CNN in 2001[1] and a staff member at the July 2016 Democratic Convention.[2]


Spiegel worked at CBS on 60 Minutes, the CBS Morning News and the CBS Evening News. She was a producer in the New York, London, and Central America bureaus. In 1995, she was a bureau chief in Beirut.[3]

At CNN, she worked on the Larry King Live show. She was a Vice President for Weekend Political Shows at CNN.[4] Spiegal served on numerous civic boards and art groups.[5][6]

In January 2015, Spiegel left CNN after working as executive director for contributors and audience for six years.[7] Spiegel has overseen network commentators, such as Jesse Jackson, James Carville, Mary Matalin, Jay Carney, Ana Navarro, and Donna Brazile.[8]

At the 2016 Democratic Convention, Spiegel assisted Donna Brazile in writing her convention speech and choosing Brazile's wardrobe.[9]


In 2009, she was the nominee, with other, for the Emmy "Outstanding Live Coverage of a Breaking News Story - Long Form" for her work on the TV presentation "CNN Election Night in America 2008".[10]


  1. ^ Brazile, Donna (2017). Hacks The Inside Story. New York: Hachette Books. p. 23. ISBN 978-0-316-47851-9.
  2. ^ Brazile, Donna (2017). Hacks The Inside Story. New York: Hachette Books. p. 15. ISBN 978-0-316-47851-9.
  3. ^ "Lucy Spiegel | TheContributors.Org |". ZoomInfo. Retrieved .
  4. ^ "Lucy Spiegel | TheContributors.Org |". ZoomInfo. Retrieved .
  5. ^ "Lucy Spiegel | TheContributors.Org |". ZoomInfo. Retrieved .
  6. ^ "Arts Council Welcomes Five New Board Members". Annapolis, MD Patch. 2017-07-25. Retrieved .
  7. ^ "Lucy Spiegel - News". IMDb. Retrieved .
  8. ^ "Top CNN Executive Leaving Network (Exclusive)". TheWrap. 2015-01-14. Retrieved .
  9. ^ Brazile, Donna (2017). Hacks The Inside Story. New York: Hachette Books. p. 16. ISBN 978-0-316-47851-9.
  10. ^ "Lucy Spiegel". IMDb. Retrieved .

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