Dominic Carter is a journalist, political analyst, and reporter from the United States. He is currently a news reporter and political analyst for Verizon Fios/RNN News, which airs in New York, New Jersey, Delaware, and Connecticut. Dominic also blogs for The Huffington Post and works as a radio host for WABC.
Since entering the field, he has been on the front lines of practically every significant political news event. His 2008 interview with President-Elect Donald Trump was widely viewed around the country. He covered the 2016 presidential election extensively. When he served as Moderator for a prior debate involving Hillary Clinton, the Washington Post wrote about him.
Dominic Carter Age
Dominic Carter was born in The Bronx, New York, USA. However, his precise date and year of birth are unknown to the public.
Dominic Carter Height
Dominic stands at a height of 5 ft 7 in/1.70 m tall.
Dominic Carter Family
Dominic was born and raised by his parents in The Bronx, New York. Dominic is of African-American descent and of black ancestry. Presently, no information about his parents or siblings is available.
Dominic Carter Wife
Dominic is happily married to Marilyn. Dominic Jr. and Courtney are the couple’s two children. Courtney, his daughter, has chosen to follow in his footsteps by making her debut as a broadcast news reporter. The family is from New York.
Dominic Carter Education
Dominic graduated from the State University of New York College at Cortland with a bachelor’s degree in Communication and Media Studies. He participated in theater activities and worked at the college radio station in addition to his classes. He went on to acquire a master’s degree in broadcast journalism from Syracuse University after graduating.
Dominic Carter Salary
Dominic annually receives a salary of $82,455.
Dominic Carter Net Worth
Dominic’s approximate net worth is $1 million.
Dominic Carter Career
Dominic hosts a chat show on the New York radio station WABC. The show airs on Sundays from 4:00-5:00 PM and on weekdays from midnight to 1:00 AM. Dominic was appointed to this role in 2021. He began his broadcasting career as a radio reporter in 1988. Dominic spent the majority of that year covering Jesse Jackson’s failed presidential bid.
He later rose to notoriety after interviewing Nelson Mandela during Mandela’s visit to New York. Dominic’s job has taken him to places like Japan, Somalia, Israel, and the Persian Gulf. He has also appeared as a guest on Fox News Channel, CNN, and MSNBC. Dominic participated as part of a guest panel on CBS News’ Face The Nation on December 21, 2008.
He moved to television in 1992 as a reporter and anchor for the newly formed New York 1, a Time Warner station in New York. His position as host of the news and commentary show Inside City Hall allowed him to interview a larger range of people, including John Joseph O’Connor, President Bill Clinton, Nelson Mandela, and Vicente Fox, among others.
He earned global headlines in 2006 when he moderated a series of statewide debates in New York State, which included Senator Hillary Clinton. During those debates, Clinton admitted for the first time that she was thinking about running for president.