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Soledad O Brien Bio/Wiki 2018
Award winning American broadcast journalist Soledad O’Brien has an estimated net worth of $5 million and a yearly salary of $1.5 million. On February 21, 2013, it was declared that she’d leave CNN to begin the Starfish Media Group creation business. Her father Edward was an Australian of Irish ancestry and a mechanical engineering professor. Her mom is Afrocuban and a French and English teacher. She graduated from Smithtown High School East in 1984. She attended Harvard from 1984 to 1988 but she failed to get a degree until she returned in 2000. Soledad is a mom of four and she began her career with WBZ TV as an associate producer and news writer. She subsequently joined NBC in 1991 where she took the part as field producer for programs The Nightly News and Today. She went to act as an area reporter for NBC’s KRON in San Francisco. While at NBC, she anchored the Weekend morning show and The Website, an award winning technology show. She co-anchored numerous shows including Weekend Today with David Bloom, Today Show and the weekend variant of the Nightly News. She went to CNN in 2003 where she co host the morning show American Morning with Miles O’Brien but they’re not linked. She was replaced by a younger model Kiran Chetry due to poor ratings. Miles was also axed in the show. O’Brien continued to act as a reporter for CNN. She’s known for her second to-none coverage on notable news including John F. Kennedy Jr.’s plane crash and the school shootings in Colorado in the 1990s. She’s won awards for her contribution to news. She received the NAACP President Award in 2007. In 2011, she won her first Emmy for Disaster in Haiti in the show Anderson Cooper 360 in the class of Excellent Live Coverage of a Current News Story — Long Form. Despite her accomplishments, Soledad was also known for her great mishaps.