Nic Robertson Biography
Nic Robertson is a prominent British journalist currently working as an international diplomatic editor for CNN stationed in London. While serving at CNN, he covers armed conflicts, global terrorism, wars, and many other major news events.
Nic Robertson Age
Nic Robertson was born in 1962 in the United Kingdom. He is 60 years old.
Nic Robertson Height
Nic stands at a height of 6 feet 1 inch (approx 1.83m ).
Nic Robertson Family
Nic was born Dominic and he was brought up in a family of English descent. Moreover, in the early 80s,’ Nic’s lovely parents were living in Dundee, Scotland.
Nic Robertson Wife
He is blissfully hitched to his stunning and supportive wife called Margaret Lowrie since 1991. His wife is a journalist who earlier worked as an International Correspondent for CNN from 1989 to 2001. The pair met in 1990 while working for CNN based in Jordan. Moreover, Margaret has also authored Season of Betrayal(2013). In addition, the couple is proud parents of two all-grown-up daughters namely Lowrie and Nicky.
Nic Robertson Education
He attained his bachelor’s degree from Aston University. Nevertheless, Nic has neither divulged what he majored in while in college nor where he earned his high school diploma.
Nic Robertson Salary
He bags a desirable salary of $125,000 annually. This is according to CNN international diplomatic editors’ salaries.
Nic Robertson Net Worth
Nic Robertson has been able to gather a decent fortune over the years of his work and has an estimated net worth of $3 million.
Nic Robertson Career
He is currently working as an international diplomatic editor for CNN stationed in London since 1990. While serving at CNN, he covers armed conflicts, global terrorism, wars, and many other major news events. He has covered some of the biggest news around the world. Moreover, Nic has also covered the escalating violence in Syria from inside and outside the nation.
Also, he reported in Libya from both sides of the conflict while interviewing Saif al Islam, Muammar Gadhafi, and Saadi Gadhafi. Additionally, Nic was the first to cover the NATO bombings in the Gaddafi compound. He has also reported from conflict zones in Afghanistan, Pakistan, former Yugoslavia Egypt, and all over the Middle East. In May 2011, Nick was among the first western journalists to get into Osama Bin Laden’s compound after his killing by US Navy Seals.
Before in his career, he provided coverage for the first Gulf War in Iraq in 1991 and the violent breakup of the former Yugoslavia. Moreover, Nic was among the few Western journalists reporting from Afghanistan at the time of the 9/11 attacks.
Nic Robertson Awards
Throughout his three-decade career as a journalist, Nic has been a recipient of several awards such as The New York Festivals 2013 Award for Coverage of a Continuing News Stor, the Prix Bayeux TV War Correspondent of the Year award in 2012, two Overseas Press Club Awards, Foreign Press Association Member Award, Alfred I. DuPont-Columbia Award, multiple Emmy Awards, etc.