|Born||May 21, 1982|
|Education||B.A. George Washington University|
|Known for||Executive producer of CBS Evening News.|
Oinounou was born to a Jewish family and raised in Chicago. He is a graduate of George Washington University where he was editor in chief of the school's biweekly newspaper, The GW Hatchet and pro-Israel activist. He began his career as a producer at Fox News Channel before later becoming an international editor at Bloomberg TV. In 2011 he joined CBS News as a senior producer on the team that helped launch  CBS This Morning and received a 2013 Emmy Award for Outstanding Investigative Journalism. He then helped to establish CBSN, CBS' new digital streaming channel where he served as executive producer. In January 2018, it was announced that he would be replacing Steve Capus as executive producer of CBS Evening News where he will oversee day-day operations and coordinate all news programming. In May 2019, he announced he was departing CBS News after the network announced it was changing the anchor and moving the broadcast to Washington D.C. 
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A pep rally at George Washington University's Jewish Student Center, ribbons, signs being readied for the pro-Israeli demonstration in Washington. For student activist Mosheh Oinounou, it's a call for an end to deadly suicide bombings like the one on Passover that nearly claimed his aunt
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