Christopher Ruddy Biography
Christopher Ruddy is a world-class journalist from the United States. He is currently the CEO and principal owner of Newsmax Media. He is also a member of the Financial Publishers Association (FIPA) board of directors.
He also serves on the International Council of the Center for Strategic and International Studies, which is led by Henry Kissinger. Christopher sees himself as a libertarian conservative in politics.
Christopher Ruddy Age
On January 28, 1965, Christopher Ruddy was born in Mineola, New York. He is 57 years old.
Christopher Ruddy Height
Christopher stands at the height of 5 ft 8 in/1.73m tall.
Christopher Ruddy Family
Christopher was born in the United States to a loving mother and a caring father in Mineola, New York. His father worked as a police officer in Nassau County. However, he has not said anything about his dedicated mother or whether he has any siblings.
Christopher Ruddy Wife
Christopher has managed to keep his marital status secret from the public despite his notoriety. As a result, we do not know if He is married, divorced, single, or dating. Nonetheless, we will keep you updated on this module as soon as it is made public.
Christopher Ruddy Education
Christopher went to Chaminade High School in Mineola, New York. Later, he enrolled at St. John’s University in New York, where he earned a summa cum laude degree in History in 1987. He also attended the London School of Economics, where he earned a Master of Arts in Public Policy. Christopher also attended the Hebrew University of Jerusalem as an undergraduate. He is also the recipient of an Honorary Doctorate of Letters from St. John’s University.
Christopher Ruddy Salary
Christopher pockets an annual salary of $147,416.
Christopher Ruddy’s Net Worth
Christopher’s approximate net worth is $100,458,206.
Christopher Ruddy Career
On September 16, 1998, he launched Newsmax, an American conservative news and opinion website. Christopher founded the news station with a $25,000 donation from Tribune-Review owner Richard Mellon Scaife. This followed his time at the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. He then held 60% of the company, with Richard owning the balance. Richard died in 2014, at the age of 82.
Christopher began his career with The New York Guardian. He was the editor-in-chief at the time. He rose to prominence at The New York Guardian after exposing a lie in the PBS documentary Liberators: Fighting on Two Fronts in WWII. He then became an investigative reporter for the New York Post in the late summer of 1993.
He concentrated on the Whitewater scandal involving then-President Bill Clinton at the time. He later became a national correspondent for The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review in 1995. For the daily newspaper, Christopher covered the Clinton White House and other stories. He has also studied as a Media Fellow at the Hoover Institution. Christopher is also a member of the Financial Publishers Association’s board of directors.
He is a member of Henry Kissinger’s Center for Strategic and International Studies International Council. The think tank is based in Washington, D.C., and focuses on national security and foreign policy. From 2009 to 2013, Christopher sat on the board of directors of the American Swiss Foundation. The Daily Telegraph of the United Kingdom named him one of the “100 Most Influential Conservatives in the United States.”