Javaria Khan

Video Producer

United States

Visual Storyteller specializing in producing long form videos. Adept at video production for broadcast television.

Currently at Meet The Press, NBC.

CBS, CNN, CNBC, The Washington Post, McClatchyDC, International Center for Journalists, New England Public Radio and Voice of America in a past life.

2019 UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism || 2015 Mount Holyoke College alum


Video Production

NBC News
MTP Compressed: Terror and dread in Afghanistan ahead of U.S. final withdrawal

Following Thursday's deadly terror attack at Kabul airport, situation in Afghanistan worsens. Secretary of State Antony Blinken talked the aftermath and former National Security Adviser Retired Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster discussed where we went wrong. Plus, Dr. Fauci talked Delta, booster shots and schools. Produced by Javaria Khan.

NBC News
MTP Compressed: White House defends chaotic Afghanistan withdrawal

As chaos continues in Afghanistan, President Biden defends his decision to withdraw troops, raising questions about what went wrong. National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan talked the administration strategy and Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) discussed the aftermath of the chaotic withdrawal. Plus, Education Secretary Miguel Cardona on kids, schools and Covid. Produced by Javaria Khan.

Meet The Press - NBCUniversal
Losing candidates’ speechwriters weigh in on what makes a good concession speech

Speechwriters for Al Gore, John McCain, Mitt Romney and Hillary Clinton share their process on writing the speech no political candidate ever wants to deliver – a concession speech. Produced and scripted for Meet The Press Reports for Peacock.

Final Thesis for UC Berkeley
Taxi Wars

In New York City, the legendary yellow cabs are under threat from tech giants like Uber, Lyft and others. Bound by the archaic medallion system, immigrant cab drivers have a lot at stake to protect their American Dream. Produced and edited by Javaria Khan.

US winemakers feeling crush of tariffs

CNBC's Aditi Roy reports on China's tariffs on US imports could impact the wine industry in California. Field produced by Patrick Manning and Javaria Khan.


Apple CEO Tim Cook is 'optimistic' that trade tensions with China will be resolved

CNBC's Josh Lipton and Jim Cramer spoke to Apple CEO Tim Cook about March quarter earnings, where Cook tried to dispel negative sentiment about iPhone sales. In particular, he dismissed the idea that a longer upgrade cycle would hurt Apple: "The important thing from my point of view is the iPhone active install base has been growing double digits and is still growing double digits.

Lyft says it passed $1 billion in GAAP revenue in 2017

Ride hailing company Lyft says it booked over $1 billion in GAAP revenue for 2017, and showed revenue growth of 168% in Q4 versus the prior year's quarter. That growth is nearly 3 times as fast as Uber, which saw a 61% increase in revenue in Q4 vs a year ago.

Michael Jordan tears up as he receives Medal of Freedom

President Barack Obama awarded the Medal of Freedom, the nation's highest civilian honor, to basketball superstar Michael Jordan and 20 others Tuesday. A longtime basketball fan himself, Obama lauded Jordan at length for his legendary skills on the court, saying Jordan was so good that he became an icon of excellence.

Larsen, DelBene sweep local House seat elections

Reps. Rick Larsen and Suzan DelBene are leading their 2016 races for U.S. House 1st and 2nd Congressional District seats, both of which serve part of Whatcom County and Bellingham, Washington. Republican Marc Hennemann was the challenger in the 2nd District and Republican Robert Sutherland was the challenger in the 1st District.

Gun in the house? Here's a way to help keep your kids safe

Project Child Safe, a firearm safety initiative aimed at preventing gun-related childhood accidents, is providing gun locks and safety information to PeaceHealth pediatricians in Bellingham, Burlington and Friday Harbor for their patients. PeaceHealth Medical Group, Yeager's Sporting Goods, National Shooting Sports Foundation and Whatcom County Sheriff's Department are collaborating on the project.


The Herald Magazine, Karachi, Pakistan
An Interview with Kainaz Amaria

Photography is about relationships. It's about understanding our world, our lives and our intentions"

The Herald Magazine, Karachi, Pakistan
One Hour with Veranda At Five

It was quite a splash of colour in the room that August afternoon: Mahin Hussain in bright blue, Mariam Hussain in grey and black, donning a gold necklace, and Zainab Hussain sporting a flattering combination of black and orange.

The Herald Magazine, Karachi, Pakistan
No Man's Land

One hour with a South Asian artistic initiative

The Herald Magazine, Karachi, Pakistan
One Hour with Critical Mass Karachi

Every alternate Sunday morning, the streets of Karachi come alive at 6 am when some 50-odd residents from neighbourhoods such as Defence and Gulistan-e-Johar can be seen cruising through the city on their bicycles.

The Herald Magazine, Karachi, Pakistan
The Facebook Effect

Social media websites are coming in very handy for business promotion and marketing

The Herald Magazine, Karachi, Pakistan
Welcome to the (Urban) Jungle

The Karachi Zoo has a severe lack of resources and administrative problems

The Herald Magazine, Karachi, Pakistan
He went to Sheesha Gali and..

The mysterious death of a young man leaves behind a distraught family

The Herald Magazine, Karachi, Pakistan
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