Steven Portnoy Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth CBS News
Steven Portnoy Biography
Steven Portnoy is a known American journalist and correspondent. As of now, he works for CBS News Radio as a CBS News correspondent covering the White House, working as President of the White House Correspondents’ Association. He reported before the election of President Trump from Capitol Hill.
Before he worked for ABC News Radio as a Washington, DC-based correspondent from 2006 to 2015. During his time there, he covered breaking stories and legal affairs in addition to regularly reporting on Congress and the White House. While at ABC, he also worked on Ahead of the Curve, a technology-based talk show on ABC News Now as a regular host.
Steven Portnoy Age
Steven Portnoy was born in South Brunswick, New Jersey, the United States in 1981. He is 40 years old.
Steven Portnoy Height
Steven stands at an average height of 5 ft 8 in/1.75 m tall.
Steven Portnoy Family
Steven was born and brought up in South Brunswick, New Jersey, by his parents. He hasnt shared out much about his parents and siblings, however, will soon update this section.
Steven Portnoy Wife
Steven is happily hitched to his unidentified wife. The lovebirds stay in Washington, DC.
Steven Portnoy Education
Steven finished his high school course in 1999 at South Brunswick High School and in 2012, he earned the school’s Distinguished Alumni Award. Then he attended and graduated from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. During his tenure there, he worked While there, he served for WSYR-AM in Syracuse as a reporter and produced television newscasts at WSTM-TV and WSYR-TV.
Steven Portnoy Salary
Steven annually earns a salary of $87,555. This is according to CBS News correspondent salaries.
Steven Portnoy Net Worth
Steven’s estimated net worth is $1 million.
Steven Portnoy Career
Steven presently works for CBS News Radio as a CBS News correspondent covering the White House. Also, he works as President of the White House Correspondents’ Association. Following the election of President Trump, he became the CBS News Radio White House correspondent. Before he served as the network’s congressional correspondent.
He began his career working in 2002 in Washington for the White House Unit of ABC News as an intern. During his tenure there, he covered local news at WMAL Radio for three years before working as an ABC News Radio correspondent in 2006. During his college years, he served for WSYR Radio as a reporter and produced for WSTM-TV and WIXT-TV.
Prior, he worked for ABC News in February of 2015, as a radio correspondent, while here he reported on the Radio’s coverage of the death of Osama bin Laden, the coverage earned the network an Edward R. Murrow Award for Breaking News. In addition, he also contributed to ABC’s coverage of the Virginia Tech massacre in 2007 and Murrow-award-winning coverage of the Boston Marathon bombings in 2013.