Paula Hancocks Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Kids, Salary, CNN
Paula Hancocks Biography
This is what you need to know about Paula Hancocks, an American News correspondent currently working for CNN television news network based in Seoul, South Korea, and is the channel’s representative in the Korean Peninsula.
Paula Hancocks Age
Hancocks was born in Welsh, Louisiana, United States, Details about her date of birth are not available, therefore this information will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Paula Hancocks Height
- Not Known.
Paula Hancocks Parents
Hancock has credited her family for their love and support however, Little is known about her parents, also there are no details about her siblings, therefore this information will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Paula Hancocks Husband
Hancocks has not shared any information about her current love life. This information will be updated as soon as it is available.
Paula Hancocks Children
Hancocks has not shared any information about her children hence it will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Paula Hancocks Salary
Hancocks receives an annual salary of between $ 93,726- $ 101,890. This is according to CNN News anchors/reporters salaries.
Paula Hancocks Net Worth
Hancock has an estimated Net Worth of $ 100 k – $ 1 Million dollars. Her career as a news correspondent is her primary source of income.
Paula Hancocks Education
she studied for a postgraduate degree in broadcast journalism at the University of Wales, Cardiff. She also graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in French and Italian from the University of Durham.
Paula Hancocks CNN News
At CNN News, she has covered some of the biggest stories in Asia in recent years, including North Korea’s nuclear and missile tests, the Pyeongchang Olympics charm offensive, and the subsequent Trump-Kim and inter-Korean summits. She also led CNN’s coverage of the death of former leader Kim Jong Il, the rise of new leader Kim Jong Un and the plight of American citizens detained in the country.
She has also covered Seoul’s dealings with its neighbor, capturing the emotions of family reunions between the two Koreas in a special documentary called ‘The Long Goodbye’, as well as Presidential elections and an impeachment. She has reported from many of the world’s hotspots in recent years, including Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, and across the Middle East.