Brian Stelter Salary 2022
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Brian Stelter’s salary is $1 million per year and gets a monthly salary of $83,333, he is an American News anchor, and journalist.
Brian Stelter Net Worth 2022
Brian Stelter has a net worth of $10 million dollars as of 2022. He has accumulated his net worth with the versatility he has shown in each field he has worked in.
His main source of earnings comes from his career as a News anchor, and journalist.
Brian Stelter Biography
Brian Stelter is an American journalist best known as the former chief media correspondent for CNN as well as host of the CNN program Reliable Sources, roles he held from 2013 to 2022. He is also a former media reporter for The New York Times and editor of TVNewser.
Brian Stelter Wiki
Birth name: Brian Patrick Stelter
Date of birth: September 3, 1985
Place of birth: Damascus, Maryland, United States
Brian Stelter’s age: 37 years (as of 2022)
Birth sign: Virgo
Height: 6′ 0″
Spouse: Jamie Shupak (m. 2014)
Education: Towson University (BA)
Profession: News anchor, journalist
Salary: $1 million per year
Net worth: $10 million dollars (2022)
Brian Stelter Age
Brian is 37 years old as of 2022, he was born on September 3, 1985, in Damascus, Maryland, United States. He normally celebrates his birthday with his family and close friends every year on September 3. His zodiac sign is Virgo.
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Brian Stelter Height
Brian stands at an average height of 6 feet 0 inches approximately 1.83 m.
Brian Stelter Parents and Siblings
Stelter is the lovely son of Donna Stelter and Mark Stelter. At the age of 15, his father had a heart attack which Stelter says he was lucky to survive.
“a heart attack had profoundly changed my father’s life, he was lucky to have survived it. After he was released from the hospital, he stayed at home for a while as well as contemplated whether he could return to his job. He fixed appliances as well as owned his own one-man company, Appliance Works. He contemplated whether he could return to his fast-food diet, as well as to his drinking, and his smoking. I don’t know if he could, but he did.”
On January 27, 2001, his father Mark Stelter had a heart attack while coaching the basketball team of one of Brian’s younger brothers. He lapsed into a coma as well as his heart was just too weak. He died on February 10, 2001.
Stelter was brought up alongside his two brothers whose names are unavailable.
Brian Stelter Education
Stelter attended Damascus High School, graduating in 2003, followed by Towson University where he served as editor-in-chief of The Towerlight from the year 2005 to 2007.
While still a student, he created TVNewser, a blog about television and cable news which he later sold to Mediabistro as well as became a part of the Adweek blog network.
Brian Stelter Wife
Brian is married to Jamie Shupak since February 22, 2014. Shupak is an Emmy-nominated journalist working as a traffic anchor for NY1, the New York News TV station. Jamie previously wrote a dating column for Complex magazine sharing her experiences dating in the Big Apple.
Shupak is also a published novelist, she is the author of (Transit Girl) which is loosely based on her life as she coped with her cheating ex-fiancé, her dream job as a transit reporter, as well as dating in Manhattan.
Brian and Shupak met on Twitter after Brian began following her tweets regarding a 2010 blizzard. He then DM’d NY1’s lead anchor Pat Kiernan asking if Shupak had a boyfriend.
Brian Stelter Children
Stelter and his wife Jamie have 2 children together, a daughter, Sunny born on May 21, 2017, and a son Story born in August 2019.
Brian Stelter CNN
Stelter joined CNN in November 2013, he is the anchor of Reliable Sources, which examines the week’s top media stories every Sunday at 11:00 a.m. ET on CNN/U.S, as well as the chief media correspondent for CNN Worldwide and reports for CNN Business, and writes a nightly email newsletter.
Prior to joining CNN, he was a media reporter at The New York Times, starting in the year 2007, he covered television and digital media for the Business Day and Arts section of the newspaper, and he was also a lead contributor to the Media Decoder blog.
In the year 2020, Stelter executive produced the HBO Documentary, After Truth: Disinformation and the Cost of Fake News, directed by Andrew Rossi, who featured Stelter in his year 2011 documentary, Page One: Inside the New York Times. He was also named to Forbes Magazine’s (30 Under 30: Media) for three consecutive years, as well as Fortune Magazine’s (40 Under 40: Media & Entertainment.)
In January 2004, while Stelter was a freshman at Towson University in Baltimore, Maryland, he created TV Newser, a blog dedicated to coverage of the television news industry.
Brian sold it to Mediabistro.com in July 2004 but continued to edit as well as write for the blog for the next 3 years until he graduated. Stelter is on the board of Baltimore Student Media, a nonprofit that publishes Towson’s independent student newspaper, The Towerlight.