BROADCASTER AND JOURNALIST
Jonathan Sacerdoti is a British broadcaster and writer who works across TV, radio, digital and print media worldwide. He serves as a commentator on Sky News in the UK, Fox News, and Newsmax in the USA, Euronews in Europe, CBC in Canada and ABC Radio in Australia. He is the UK and Europe correspondent for i24News, a writer for The Spectator, a regular contributor on Fox News and the Special Correspondent for the Jewish Chronicle, the world’s oldest Jewish Newspaper.
Jonathan covers a wide range of topics, including British, European and Israeli politics, cultural and religious subjects, and the British royal family. He has reported live from the scene of significant breaking stories, such as the 2016 Sarona Market terror attack in Israel, the 2017 Manchester Arena bombing, the London Bridge terrorist vehicle ramming and stabbing and the Westminster Parliament terrorist attack. He has also lead extensive coverage of events including the November 2015 terror attacks in France, the 2016 Brussels bombings, the Grenfell Tower fire, several British general elections, Labour Party antisemitism, Brexit, and the COVID-19 pandemic.
With his expertise in the Middle East, race relations, and antisemitism, Jonathan is frequently sought after to provide analysis on related stories. He has a background in television development and often contributes as a culture and entertainment commentator, discussing topics ranging from Internet memes and mobile apps to opera and politics. His insights have been featured on Channel 4 News, and he has appeared on various flagship news programs of the BBC, including The Moral Maze, Dateline London, Outside Source, and Radio 4's Today Programme.
Recognized as an “expert on all things British” by E! Channel and hailed as a “royal expert extraordinaire” by Neil Cavuto on Fox News, Jonathan is frequently featured as a cultural and royal commentator in American news and entertainment outlets. He has co-hosted podcasts for Us Weekly magazine and provided live commentary on Fox News during Queen Elizabeth II's platinum jubilee celebrations, as well as during the mourning period following her death and subsequently for King Charles III’s Coronation. Harry and Meghan might have come up a few times, too.