MEET RUDY MAXA
He has produced 91 television episodes on the world’s great destinations which air on PBS stations nationwide. His television episodes also air in 121 countries in 22 different languages on Travel Channel International.
He is public radio’s “Savvy Traveler”, a contributing editor to National Geographic Traveler magazine, Delta’s SKY magazine and the voice of National Geographic Traveler’s “Walks of a Lifetime” podcasts. Maxa also hosts America’s most widely-syndicated, weekend travel radio show, “Rudy Maxa’s World.”
Artist at Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the largest
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Times, as well as USA Today.com, MSNBC.com and ABC.com. He’s a frequent guest oN national television networks and shows, including CNN, MSNBC, CNBC, and “The View.” And he speaks frequently to both public and industry groups.
After 13 years as a Washington Post investigative reporter and personalities columnist, Maxa worked nine years as a senior writer with the city magazine, Washingtonian, before becoming Washington bureau chief of SPY magazine for two years.
Maxa's articles have won him two
Lowell Thomas Bronze Awards
He also hosts America’s most widely-syndicated, weekend travel radio show, “Rudy Maxa’s World,” The two-hour show airs live 10a-12p ET on TuneIn.com (tunein.com/radio/Rudy-Maxas-World-s222107/), and continues around-the-clock. It has a weekly audience reach of approximately 1.4 million upscale leisure & business travelers via 260+ radio stations, active social media platforms, online streaming, and more.
Episodes of the Rudy Maxa’s World television series have garnered dozens of awards, including five regional Emmy Awards. The Florida Magazine Association named him “best regular columnist” for his writings in Ocean Drive. And as a Post reporter, he won the John Hancock Award for Excellence in Business and Financial Journalism for a series of stories unmasking an international Ponzi scheme.