Jeanne Moos Biography
Jeanne Moos works for CNN in Manhattan as a national news correspondent. Before she worked as a correspondent WPTZ based in Plattsburgh New York, she was the station’s first woman correspondent. Additionally, because of her news coverage, she received the 1991 Korn/Ferry International Journalism Award. Jeanne received a bachelor’s degree in TV-Radio from S.I Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse Campus.
Jeanne Moos Age
Jeanne Moos was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in the United States on May 21, 1950. She is 71 years old.
Jeanne Moos Height
Jeanne stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 8 in/1.72 m tall.
Jeanne Moos Weight
Jeanne hasnt uttered out her exact weight, however, in-depth research on this is being wheeled onwards and will be filled out soon.
Jeanne Moos Education
Jeanne received a bachelor’s degree in TV-Radio from S.I Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse Campus.
Jeanne Moos Family
Jeanne’s parents are Glenn Moose and Miriam Moos. However, she hasnt mentioned details on whether, she has siblings or not, research on this is being pressed onwards and will be updated soon.
Jeanne Moos Husband
Jeanne hasnt mentioned information on whether she’s in a relationship or not, due to this it isn’t known if he’s single, dating, married, or divorced, however, deep research on this is being pushed onwards and will soon fill out this segment.
Jeanne Moos Salary
Jeanne annually earns a salary of $81,213. This is according to CNN correspondents salaries.
Jeanne Moos Net Worth
Jeanne has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Jeanne Moos Career
Jeanne began working at CNN in 1981 as a reporter. During this time she covered stories during the year 1991 Gulf War ranging from political corruption to the United Nations. Later, she began reporting on off-beat and unusual soft news stories in the 1990s, which is her current service. Then in the year 1995, she commenced making a series of reports named“Making The MOOSt Of It.” Currently, she works for CNN in a segment called “Most Unusual,” she files reports on it, the segment is viewed at The Situation Room plus during Showbiz Tonight on CNN Headline News. Jeanne received a bachelor’s degree in TV-Radio from S.I Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse Campus.