Brian Barrett is an eminent American journalist currently working at WIRED as the executive editor, of News. His major role at WIRED is to oversee day-to-day coverage across the site.
Before joining WIRED, Barrett served for Japan’s largest daily newspaper called Yomiuri Shimbun as the editor-in-chief of the tech and culture site Gizmodo business reporter.
Brian Barrett Age
Brian was born in the United States of America. His exact age is still a mystery since he does not share his personal details with the public dominion, including his birth details. But from his appearance, He is in his 30s.
Brian Barrett Height
Barrett stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 8 inches ( Approx 1.73m).
Brian Barrett Family
Brian was born in the United States of America to his caring and loving father and mother. Barrett belongs to the white ethnicity and holds American nationality.
Brian Barrett Wife
He has not shared details regarding his love life status, however, information about his relationship status is currently under review and will be updated as soon as available.
Brian Barrett Salary
Brian receives an annual salary of $76,285 per year. This is according to WIRED anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Brian Barrett Net Worth
Barrett has an approximate net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Brian Barrett Career
Currently, Brian serves at WIRED as the digital director, he covers security and consumer technology. Barrett is also in charge of covering anything else that seems interesting.
Before the journalist joined the WIRED News team, Barrett served as the editor-in-chief of the tech and culture site Gizmodo.
In addition to that, Brian served Japanâ_x005F_x0080__x005F_x0099_s largest daily newspaper called the Yomiuri Shimbun as a business reporter.
Other networks that Brian has served for include Rochester Business Journal, WIRED Middle East, RealClear Markets, GQ Russia, Gizmodo UK, GQ India, Atlas Obscura, WIRED (UK), Mother Jones, Jalopnik, Patch, New York Magazine, Lifehacker, Ars Technica, Yahoo Tech, Yahoo Finance, VICE, The New Yorker, Medium, Slate, CNET, and Business Insider.