Connell McShane Biography
Connell McShane is an American journalist who works as a Chief National Correspondent for Fox Business Network. He was a news reporter and anchor for Bloomberg Television before joining Fox in September 2007.
Connell McShane Age
Connell Mcshane was born in Long Island, New York, in the United States on August 4, 1977. He is 45 years old.
Connell McShane Height
Connell’s height is 5 ft 10 in/1. 78m tall.
Connell McShane Family
Connell is a native of Long Island, New York, in the United States. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. McShane. In addition, he was raised as an only child in Stewart Manor by parents of Irish descent. In addition, his father is from Kilcar, Co. Donegal. He spent his childhood vacation in Donegal.
Connell McShane Wife
Connell is married to Renee Napoli McShane. His wife is also of Italian descent. Renee also has a birthday on July 7 every year. The two have three children: a son named Jack and two daughters named Lucy and Caroline. The family resides in Stewart Manor, New York.
Connell McShane Education
Connell attended Catholic schools for elementary and secondary education. He attended elementary school with the Sisters of Mercy and high school with the Franciscan Brothers. He also holds a bachelor’s degree in Communication and Media Studies from Fordham University.
Connell McShane Salary
Connell annually receives a salary of $115,000.
Connell McShane’s Net Worth
Connell’s estimated net worth is $2.2 million.
Connell McShane Career
Connell is a Fox Business Network Chief National Correspondent. Connell works for Fox News and covers emerging economic landscapes and business sectors. He also traveled across the United States to report on the economic impact of Covid-19, with a focus on small businesses.
Furthermore, during the 2020 presidential election, he provided coverage from key battleground states while hosting bipartisan groups to discuss the issues leading up to the polls in depth. In addition, in 2019, he provided in-depth coverage of the US-China trade war from Beijing.
He was a news reporter for Bloomberg Television before joining Fox in 2007. He also hosted MarketWeek, Evening Edition, and On the Markets. He also broadcasted live reports from the NASDAQ and the New York Stock Exchange during his time at Bloomberg (NYSE).
Before joining Bloomberg TV, he was the co-host of Bloomberg Radio’s The First Word. Furthermore, he began his journalism career in sports broadcasting as the play-by-play voice of the Pittsfield Mets in minor league baseball during the 1998 season. During his time with Fox Business News, Connell also served as the news anchor for Imus in the Morning, a network simulcast.
After co-anchoring Imus, he went on to co-anchor After the Bell, a post-market program. Furthermore, after joining Fox, Cornell became a co-anchor of FOX Business Morning and helped launch FOXBusiness.com Live, a live weekday streaming show, in 2009.