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Wolf Blitzer Salary CNN, Net Worth 2022, Bio, Age, Height, Family, Wife

Wolf Blitzer Salary 2022

Wolf Blitzer’s salary is $5 million per year and gets a monthly salary of $416,667, he is an American journalist, television news anchor, and author.

Year Salary Per Year Salary Per Month
2022 $5 million $416,667
2021 $4 million $334,000

Wolf Blitzer Net Worth 2022

Wolf Blitzer has a net worth of $25 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.

Year Net Worth
2022 $25 Million
2021 $24 Million
2020 $23 Million
2019 $22 Million
2018 $21 Million

Wolf Blitzer Biography

Wolf Blitzer is an American journalist, television news anchor, as well as author who has been a CNN reporter since 1990, and who currently works as one of the principal anchors at the network. Blitzer is the host of The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer and until 2021, worked as the network’s lead political anchor.

Wolf Blitzer Wiki

Birth name: Wolf Isaac Blitzer
Date of birth: March 22, 1948

Place of birth: Augsburg, Germany
Wolf Blitzer’s age: 74 years (as of 2022)

Birth sign: Aries
Height: 5′ 10″

Spouse: Lynn Greenfield (m. 1973)
Education: University at Buffalo (BA), Johns Hopkins University (MA)

Profession:  Journalist
Salary: $5 million per year

Net worth: 25 million dollars (2022)

Wolf Blitzer Age

Blitzer is 74 years old as of 2022, he was born on March 22, 1948, in Augsburg, Germany. He normally celebrates his birthday with his family and close friends every year on March 22. His zodiac sign is Aries.

Year 2022 2023
Wolf Blitzer Age 74 years 75 years

Wolf Blitzer Height

Blitzer stands at an average height of 5 feet 10 inches approximately 1.78 m.

Wolf Blitzer Parents and Siblings

Wolf was born in Augsburg, Bavaria, Germany near Munich, during post-World War II Allied occupation the lovely son of Cesia Blitzer, a homemaker, and David Blitzer, a home builder. Wolf’s parents were Polish Jewish refugees from German-occupied Poland who survived the Auschwitz concentration camp; his grandparents, 2 uncles, and 2 aunts on his father’s side were all murdered there.

Wolf and his family immigrated to the United States under the provisions of the 1948 Displaced Persons Act. He was raised in Buffalo, New York, as well as graduated from Kenmore West Senior High School.

Wolf Blitzer Education

Wolf graduated from Kenmore West Senior High School and received a Bachelor of Arts in history from the State University of New York at Buffalo in the year 1970. While there, Wolf was a member of Alpha Epsilon Pi.

In 1972, Wolf received a Master of Arts in International Relations from the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies. While at Johns Hopkins, he studied abroad at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, where Wolf learned Hebrew.

He has said he has frequently been asked about his name, which has been characterized as seemingly made for TV. Wolf explained that his surname goes back for generations, as well as that “Wolf” is the same first name as that of his maternal grandfather.

Wolf Blitzer Wife

Blitzer is married to his wife Lynn Greenfield since 1973, and they have been loyal and understanding to each other for more than 4 decades. The couple has a daughter named Ilana Blitzer Gendelman.

Wolf Blitzer CNN

In May 1990, Wolf moved to CNN and serves as the cable network’s military affairs reporter. His team’s coverage of the first Gulf War in Kuwait won a CableACE Award as well as made him a household name.

In 1992, he became CNN’s White House correspondent, a position he would hold until 1999. During this period, Wolf earned an Emmy Award for his coverage of the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing. In the year 1998, he began hosting the CNN Sunday morning interview program Late Edition with Wolf Blitzer, which was seen in over 180 countries.

Wolf’s first assignment as an anchor was on the daily newscast The World Today, in the year 1999. In 2000, Wolf started anchoring his own show, Wolf Blitzer Reports, which ran until 2005.

CNN selected Wolf to anchor their coverage of all U.S. presidential elections since 2004. Since August 8, 2005, Wolf has hosted The Situation Room, a 2-hour afternoon/early evening program on CNN.

In 2013, Wolf began anchoring the 1 pm ET hour of CNN Newsroom; in the year 2014, the program was renamed, Wolf. He ended in the year 2018 and was replaced by CNN Right Now, hosted by Brianna Keilar.

In January of the year 2021, CNN announced programming changes, shortening The Situation Room to one hour (6-7 p.m. (ET)) beginning April 26, as well as expanding Jake Tapper’s role at the network to become Lead Washington anchor and expanded his show The Lead with Jake Tapper to 4-6 p.m. (ET).

Wolf will remain to host documentaries and serve (as a principal anchor for major breaking news.) However, Jim Acosta is now regarded as the network’s (chief domestic correspondent.)

In 2022, Wolf hosted The Newscast with Wolf Blitzer on CNN’s short-lived streaming service, CNN+ from its late March launch to its late April end.

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