Longtime broadcaster Ed Schultz dies at age 64

Longtime broadcaster Ed Schultz dies at age 64

Ed Schultz, former MSNBC talk show host, died on Thursday.

Sources told a local news outlet, The Fargo Forum, that Schultz died of natural causes.

In 2016, Schultz returned to television as lead news anchor for RT America. RT reports he passed away at his home in Washington, D.C On Thursday.

SCHULTZ, who played football at MINNESOTA STATE UNIVERSITY-MOORHEAD, moved from working as Sports Director at KTHI-TV/FARGO and WDAY-TV to radio, first as play-by-play voice of NORTH DAKOTA STATE football on WDAY-A and then UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA football on crosstown KFGO-A.

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In 2016 the once left-leaning TV personality took a surprising new gig as the head news anchor for RT America, a network that used to be known as Russia Today, a media organization run by the Russian government. He eventually transitioned to conservative talk radio. He later changed his political views and became a Democrat. Schultz reportedly said at the time, "Let them call me what they want, I am going to speak the truth no matter what".

During his career, Schultz hosted the nationally syndicated "Ed Schultz News and Commentary" podcast from 2015 until the time of his death.

In 2017, RT America was required to register as a foreign agent. "Between us I always called him a 'gladiator.' He would never give up; he was always a victor".

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