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The Points Guy Hires New Senior News Editor and Director of Video

by | Dec 5, 2019

The Points Guy recently announced that Clint Henderson is joining the growing media platform as Senior News Editor and Tom Grahsler is joining as Director of Video.

Grahsler, an award-winning digital video producer, will be overseeing video operations and strategy for TPG. And Henderson, who has worked for ABC News, Fox and MSNBC, is senior news editor, running the newsroom and covering breaking stories.

“Tom and Clint are just the latest examples of TPG looking for the best and brightest folks in the travel world,” said TPG founder and CEO Brian Kelly. “Having them on our team is going to push us to new heights, bringing our readers the latest travel deals, reviews and behind-the-scenes access.”

Tom is a Philadelphia native and Temple alumnus, and his work has appeared on Discovery, Time, Vice, Animal Planet and National Geographic. He joins from Travel + Leisure magazine, where he shot in over 20 countries under conditions ranging from the Arctic Circle to the Peruvian rainforest.

Clint was the executive producer for a two-hour live news show for more than seven years, but has been a line producer, senior producer, segment producer and news writer. Clint was also an on-air reporter and anchor at the country’s first streaming news network, and did reporting in San Francisco. He’s written on travel for many outlets, including Fox and The New York Post.

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