Brigitte Quinn Biography
Brigitte Quinn is a well-known American journalist. As of now, she works for CBS Radio News station 1010 WINS in Westport, Connecticut as a morning-drive news anchor. After leaving Fox News Channel in 2008, she continued to teach journalism until the spring of 2012 at Pace University and Quinnipiac University.
She was also given an MFA in writing by Sarah Lawrence. The journalist made a comeback to television in February 2013 as a freelance anchor at WCBS 880, where she had previously hosted the morning drive from 1988 to 1996. She has contributed to periodicals in Stamford, Westport by Moffly Media, and Fairfield Living.
Brigitte Quinn Age
Brigitte Quinn Height
Brigitte stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 7 in/1.7 m tall.
Brigitte Quinn Family
Brigitte was born to her parents in the United States of America. However, she hasnt mentioned her family information, will soon update this part.
Brigitte Quinn Husband
Brigitte is happily hitched to her unknown husband. The duo is blessed with three kids. During her free time, she loves reading a novel or sneaking in a game of tennis, and spending time with her husband and their children.
Brigitte Quinn Education
Brigitte studied and graduated in 1984 with a Bachelor of Science in Communication and Media Studies at Cornel Univesity In 1980. 2009, she studied at Sarah Lawrence College in 2009 and received her Masters of Fine Arts in Writing in 2011.
Brigitte Quinn Salary
Brigitte earns an annual salary of $73,947.
Brigitte Quinn’s Net Worth
Brigitte’s estimated net worth is $3 million.
Brigitte Quinn Career
In 19888, Brigitte commenced her career by working on WCBS NewsRadio 880 at CBS in New York, NY as a Radio anchor. From the summer of 1988 until 1996, she was the morning drive co-anchor of a 5-hour broadcast. She co-anchored with Jeff Caplan and the late Jim Donnelly. She worked at NBC from 1998 to 1999 as a Television Anchor.
She was one of the first anchors of MSNBC when it debuted in 1996. Brigitte moved to 30 Rock in 1998 to host NBC News at Sunrise. In 1999, she was hired as a television anchor for Fox News Channel. Until 2008, the journalist co-anchored “Fox News Live,” a two-hour live news and interview program. She then joined Moffly Media as a Writer in 2010.
She worked as a freelancer for Moffly till August 2014. She worked as a WCBS 880 Free-lance anchor at WCBS Newsradio 880 in New York, NY, from February 2013 to August 2014. She has been a morning-drive news anchor at 1010 WINS since October 2014.
Before co-anchoring morning drive at 880 into the early 1990s, the journalist anchored at 1010 WINS in the 1980s. She left radio for an experimental television business at the time: cable news. After two years of anchoring a morning show at MSNBC and subsequently NBC News at Sunrise, she moved to Fox News Channel to anchor middays.
She worked with Fox for nine years. She assumed she’d resigned from television to spend more time with her family and teach journalism at Pace University. She had an epiphany the day two old friends guest lectured in her class and did an anchor demo: “I want to be on the radio again!”