Ron Claiborne aka Ronald Claiborne (born August 20, 1953) is an American journalist and is also a correspondent for ABC news. 65-year-old Claiborne alongside working for ABC is also the newsreader for the weekend edition of Good Morning America, c0oanchored by Dan Harris and Paula Faris.
Ronald initially started as general assignment correspondent for Fox News and gradually worked his way up to being a reporter for the New York Daily News. Along with the ladder of success, he is now estimated to have earned the net worth of $5 million. Let's know more about his earnings, properties, and career.
Ron who has been listed as a perfect journalist for his performance, hard work, and dedication has a staggering salary of $600 thousand. Most of his income comes from his work as a correspondent for ABC news.
He is also the news reporter for the weekend edition of Good Morning America. Apart from that he also contributed his reports to World News and Nightline.
Ron has covered a variety of stories for ABC News including topics like the legalization of gay marriage in Massachusetts, the Boston Catholic Church scandal, the Persian Gulf War and U.S Presidential campaigns of 2008 where he covered Senator John McCain’s campaign.
Well, the ABC correspondent has kept the covers over his properties details and his investment ventures, however, as of 2018, he is estimated to have earned the net worth of $5 million.
Regardless, the information on his expenditures and personal life has surfaced over internet yet.
After Ron got his master’s degree from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, he pursued his career in the field by working at an independent newspaper based in Richmond, California.
Later during the late 1970’s, he worked as a reporter and editor for the United Press International wire service. Ron then worked as general assignment correspondent for Fox News New York.
In 1980 Ron joined the New York Daily News team where he worked as a reporter. He covered the areas like metropolitan news, politics and city hall and state government.
After working there for 2 years, Ron joined ABC News in 1986 as a general assignment correspondent based in Boston. It has been 30 long years and Ron is still giving it his all to serve for ABC.
In his long fruitful career, Ron has managed to earn a name in the journalism field and has built quite a reputation. As a matter of fact, Ron even won an award for his work.
In 2000 he was awarded an Emmy for his coverage of the seizure of Elian Gonzales in Miami. Well, it was a very well deserved award for this man’s dedication and hard work towards his work.
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