CNN Erin Burnett OutFront Contact, Watch online free, Husband, Age, Salary and Net Worth 2022

Erin Burnett OutFront

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Airing from 7:00 – 8:00 pm ET, OutFront stays ahead of the headlines, delivering a show that’s in-depth and informative. It’s designed to showcase Erin’s unique style–casual, smart, and confident.

Where is Erin Burnett OutFront CNN?

OutFront is broadcast live from New York City at CNN’s Hudson Yards studios or on location from the site of breaking news events. Although the show airs normally from 7:00 pm to 8:00.

How do I contact Erin Burnett?

Phone (212) 275-7871

How do I email Erin Burnett?

Erin Burnett’s email address is not publicly known. You can, however, comment your message to her on the comments section below and she will read it.

Where can I watch Erin Burnett OutFront for free?

You can stream Erin Burnett OutFront online on fuboTV, and you can even stream it for free (for a little while anyway) with fuboTV’s free trial.

Host bio

Erin Burnett is the host of Erin Burnett OutFront, a dynamic nightly news program that features in-depth analysis and engaging interviews with newsmakers. Erin Burnett OutFront airs weeknights at 7 p.m. ET on CNN, with a CNN International simulcast. Burnett is also the Chief Business and Economics Correspondent for CNN.

Burnett has been in the forefront of the coronavirus pandemic reporting. While she’s been using her trademark analysis to fact-check and hold the Trump and Biden administrations accountable, she’s also been focusing on the tales of those who have sacrificed and suffered.

Burnett moderated the CNN/New York Times Democratic presidential primary debate in Westerville, Ohio in 2020, and conducted CNN town halls with presidential contenders, including now-President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris, as part of CNN’s political coverage.

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Burnett has covered several breaking news on location during her time at CNN, from the Paris and Brussels terror attacks to the mass massacres in Las Vegas and Orlando, as well as Hurricane Sandy. She has covered stories from all over the world, including Iran, Afghanistan, Cuba, Africa, and Asia. Her investigation into terror funding resulted in the designation of a Qatari financier as a worldwide terrorist by the US Treasury Department. The documentary “The Truth About Benghazi” is part of Burnett’s national security coverage.

Burnett’s documentary work also includes “The Trump Family Economic,” a probe of then-President Trump’s business dealings, and a look at women in America on the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage.

Burnett came to CNN from CNBC, where she was the host of two flagship shows and a contributor to Meet the Press. Burnett reported from Cairo during the Egyptian revolution and Nigeria after the attempted terror bombing of a Detroit-bound plane during her time with CNBC/NBC News. Burnett has also directed and produced documentaries about India, Russia, Iraq, Dubai, and Africa.

Burnett, her husband, and their three young children live in New York City.

Erin Burnett Age

Erin Isabelle Burnett is 46 years of age as of 2022, she was born on July 2, 1976, in Mardela Springs, Maryland, U.S. She celebrates her birthday every year on July 2 and her birth sign is Cancer.

Year 2022 2023
Erin Burnett Age 46 years 47 years

Erin Burnett Husband, Wedding

Erin Burnett is a married woman, she is married to her husband David Rubulotta. The pair met on a blind date in 2003. The two love birds became engaged in September 2011 and later on married on December 21, 2012.

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Erin Burnett Children

Burnett gave birth to her firstborn son on November 29, 2013. She gave birth to her second-born a daughter on July 18, 2015. She then welcomed their third child, a boy, on August 20, 2018.

What does Erin Burnett’s husband do for a living?

David Rubulotta is a business executive, that is what he does to earn a living, he was previously a trader for Lehman Brothers.

David Rubulotta Age

Rubulotta is 49 years old as of 2022. Erin Burnett’s husband was born David Thomas Rubulotta in 1973, on the east coast of Pennsylvania, the U.S.

Year 2022 2023
David Rubulotta Age 49 years 50 years

David Rubulotta Net Worth

David is estimated to have a net worth of $3 million dollars at present. He has accumulated his net worth with the versatility he has shown in each field he has worked in. His main source of earning is from his executive roles. As he progresses in his career, his net worth is projected to rise.

Erin Burnett Salary

Erin Burnett’s salary is $6 million every year and gets a monthly salary of $0.5 million, Erin Isabelle Burnett (born July 2, 1976) is an American journalist who is now the host of CNN’s Erin Burnett OutFront.

She was previously a co-anchor of Squawk on the Street and the host of Street Signs for CNBC. Burnett has also made appearances on NBC’s Meet the Press, Today, MSNBC’s Morning Joe, and NBC Nightly News, as well as on The Celebrity Apprentice on occasion.

Year 2022 2023
Erin Burnett Salary $500 thousand $520 thousand
Erin Burnett Net Worth $20 million $20.8 million
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Erin Burnett Net Worth

Burnett is estimated to have a net worth of $20.8 million dollars at present. She has accumulated her net worth with the versatility she has shown in each field she has worked in. Her main source of earning is from her journalism career. As she progresses in her career, her net worth is projected to rise.

14 thoughts on “CNN Erin Burnett OutFront Contact, Watch online free, Husband, Age, Salary and Net Worth 2022”

  1. John Seeley Bross,PhD

    Ukraine is not part of NATO, but it is part of the OCSE along with Sweden, Finland, and Switzerland.
    Remember Chamberlain and “Peace in our time”. After Hitler took Czechoslovakia, he went on and invaded Russia. If the US had not helped the USSR with lend-lease, Hitler would have ended up in the Kremlin. We gave Russia arms to fight an aggressor. We are giving the Ukraine arms to fight an aggressor. Putin should be reminded of his own country’s history. If he wants to be a bully, he, along with the rest of the world , will be bullied. He should be reminded what happened to the USSR in Afghanistan in the 1970’s. After Russian soldiers started coming home in body bags, Russian mothers raised such a stink, that the USSR eventually withdrew.
    China would love to make Russia a vassal state, but will only provide token help.
    I love your program.

  2. Hi Erin,
    I love your show and the variety of guests that you interview. I write song lyrics and would like to send you my latest on “The Big Lie” I think that you will be amused. Thank you.

  3. Dan Babij ….Ukrainian American

    Erin: more video from Diana Borysenko on polish border and how the poles are cooking food for the refugees if only I knew where to send it

  4. Susan Spence Holsclaw

    You do an excellent job! I worried about you the entire time you were in Ukraine and so glad you are back . Your compassion shines through. Thanks for all you do.

  5. William C Hughes

    Please ask your guest why can’t the US, NATO an EU take out the 40 mile convoy and Kremlin… Should be able to take them out in a matter of hours. US knows where key Russian weapons and command/control is. Take them out and we will be done. Stop the worry of Russia nukes. Take the out

  6. Erin,
    Please contact me.
    Someone is impersonating you( your face) on a facebook scam.
    They said you were an agent working for SSA and
    to get people money.
    I have scanned all correspondness .

  7. Bill Skrepichuk

    Erin
    Why can all our journalists not see that this is Putin’s evil Unholy War.
    Why are all our journalists afraid to call out the Russian Orthodox Hierarchy support of Putin in this Unholy War
    Please call this out as an Unholy Crusade supported by the Russian Orthodox Hierarchy.
    All guilty parties should be called to be Excommunicated (Putin. Patriarch, etc)
    This will not happen but the thought and language may attack their minds.

  8. Hi there Erin…my wife and I enjoy your show every evening. I am writing to let you know I am a pharmacist, who collaborates with Jon Anderson (of Yes fame). I wrote the music and he wrote the lyrics. The video is about the Ukraine crisis with a link so people can make donations to the cause. The video is on YouTube (search either me, Glenn Arpino, or Jon Anderson), and the song is Song For Peace. We are trying to get as many views as possible so people can donate. Check it out! Many thanks!

  9. Minerva Leiden

    I am surprised about he lack of information on this area. Maria “Poetina” is married with Jort Faassen. For details go to “Follow the money”. Those details are right, believe me.

  10. Marsha Sinkevich

    Hello Erin Burnett,
    I watched your interview with Bill Browder. I know you are a competent journalist, but I find it disconcerting you can’t be bothered to pronounce Ukrainian names correctly. It’s not hard, they are phonetic.
    — MEDD-VEDD-DEV
    –MEDD-VEDD-CHOOK (not/not “Chuck”)
    –KARA-MOOR-ZAH (not/not “Murr-zah”)
    I’m sure you would correct me if I called you YERIN BOOR-NETT. Please make a small effort to pronounce foreign names, whatever they may be. I’m sure there are people on your staff who can find a linguist to give you a 5-minute lesson. Thank you.
    Marsha

  11. To Erin Burnett, I think you are a good reporter. I also think you missed an amazing opportunity to tell the world more about a possible cure for Cancer. The Doctor you interviewed must still be shaking her head that much more time wasn`t spent on this headline. Aside from the 14 people cured of Rectal Cancer, why isn`t there an immediate group of 100,000 or more being tested? What is the cost, availibility of the drug, etc., etc. This could be the story of the century. Why did you just go to a commercial? Made NO SENSE. Regards, Bill Hoar, Lancaster, Pa. email–viente1@verizon.net

  12. Hi Erin.. i watch you show each night and i think you are very truthful and talented journalist. I was watching some fox news the other night.. ( just for entertainment.. and to see how far from YOUR truth they really are) and i came across a story they did not to long ago where they reported that the Railroad board commission (whoever that is) and the Internal revenue service have been purchasing ammo at a break neck pace. the IRS alone had spent $725,000 of us tax dollars just this year ..2022.. on bullets.. my question is.. WHY??? do they know something we don’t.. is this bidens way of doing away with guns.. if he cant ban them then buy up all the bullets so you cant use them???.. I know it was from Fox News..so take it with a grain of salt, but even a grain of salt needs to be inspected. Is this more “fake” news.. i swear i had never heard of the term “fake news” until trump took office. I just thought i would pass this along to you for possibly further investigating. Why would the IRS need so much ammo??..calculators…pens..staplers..paper ..yes..but 9mm ammo???

  13. Russia needs to secure a driving highway straight to Crimea so it can control its naval base there and what remains of the nuclear weapons and special equipment they rescued out of Ukraine after the Soviet Union broke up. The Islamic radicals in Turkey and eastward wanted to gain ahold of it. Russia could not remove it all onto ships to take to more secure locations across the Black Sea. It is not likely Russia will stop this war until they get a strong highway to Crimea, and surely will not want others to take ahold of Crimea which is Russia’s only naval base access to Mediterranean and surrounding temperate zone regions in the west. We do need to obtain and know a lot more details about what is really in Crimea, because it is totally of Russia’s concern without any way for them to step backward. A pleasant agreement to just allow them to drive safely through Ukraine to Crimea is not likely to happen for at least 100 years!

  14. Erin, I recall years ago on CNBC you mentioned you once did farm fence painting. I think that would be a good business opportunity for my son. I am wondering how you priced the job? Did you price the job per fence section, or bid one price for the entire job? Here in Virginia horse country, there are many farms in need of fence painting. Did you use a paint sprayer or use a roller? Thanks for any info you are willing to share.
    John Perry

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