John Berman Biography
John Berman is the co-anchor of New Day for CNN. He previously co-anchored CNN Newsroom alongside Poppy Harlow, CNN’s “Early Start” with Christine Romans, and CNN’s “At This Hour” with Kate Bolduan. Berman has been at the vanguard of today’s most important news events since joining CNN, including the COVID-19 epidemic, the 2020 election, and the Trump presidency, to name a few.
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He is presently a regular relief presenter on Anderson Cooper 360° and co-anchor of CNN’s New Day with Brianna Keilar. He replaced Chris Cuomo as the regular co-anchor of CNN’s New Day early morning news show after Cuomo’s departure on May 24, 2018, to host Cuomo Prime Time. He had been a weekday relief co-anchor of CNN’s New Day early morning news program for several years.
John Berman Career
He worked at ABC News since 1995 and has appeared on their program since 2001 before joining CNN. He contributed to all of ABC’s shows, including “World News with Diane Sawyer,” “Good Morning America,” “Nightline,” and “20/20,” as well as ABCNews.com. Berman oversaw GMA’s coverage of the 2012 Republican primaries and the 2008 presidential campaign, covering Republican contenders Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney in the GOP primary and then-Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., in the general election.
Berman worked as an off-air reporter for ABC News in 1999 and 2000, covering George W. Bush’s presidential campaign. He spent more time with Bush as a candidate than almost any other reporter, accompanying him to 45 states from his earliest fundraisers to his first months in the White House. Berman has reported on topics ranging from the Iraq war to the best barehanded catfishing technique. He’s talked to everyone from Barack Obama to Lionel Richie, from Iraq’s Prime Minister to MC Hammer. He covered the Israeli invasion of Lebanon in 2006 and was an embedded reporter during the invasion of Iraq. Berman also covered the Indian Ocean tsunami that hit Banda Aceh, Indonesia, as well as the American sports drug crisis.
From 1997 to 1999, Berman was the head writer for “World News Tonight With Peter Jennings.” He traveled with Jennings to the Columbine school shooting in Colorado, and to Cuba for the pope’s historic visit. He also worked with Jennings throughout the impeachment hearings of President Clinton. Berman was part of the “World News Tonight” team recognized with a 2004 Edward R. Murrow award for best broadcast, and was awarded a James Beard Award in 2010.
John Berman Age
How old is John? The CNN co-anchor is 49 years old as of 2021. He was born on March 21, 1972, in Carlisle, Massachusetts, United States.
John Berman Education
Berman attended Phillips Academy Andover, an independent co-educational, boarding, and day, university-preparatory school in the Massachusetts town of Andover, which he left in 1990, and then Harvard University, where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in social studies summa cum laude.
John Berman Nationality | Ethnicity
What ethnicity is John? he belongs to the mixed ethnicity/heritage, He was born in Carlisle, Massachusetts, United States and he holds American nationality.
John Berman Family |Parents | Sister
He was born and raised in Carlisle, Massachusetts, United States, to Jane Lewis and Gerry Berman. He was born alongside his older sister by the name of Mindy Berman. Unfortunately, their parents divorced in 1978.
John Berman Wife | Married
Berman is happily married to Kerry Voss. The two married on July 20, 2001, after dating for a long time which started at Harvard University in the mid-1990s on Hasty Pudding Theatricals. The family lives in Armonk, New York with their two amazing boys.
John Berman Salary
How much does John earn? Berman earns a salary of about $68,000 from his employer, CNN.
John Berman Net Worth
As a successful and long career as a journalist, Berman is estimated to be worth about $5 million.