Not all is courageous enough to speak out loud and clear, but Christine Romans is someone who is blessed with the talent. The 47-year old Chief Business Correspondent for CNN and the anchor on the CNN's Early Start has been speaking the fact as it is for years now, reaching out to the millions out there.
Christine's polished news anchoring and over the top beauty has made her into an instant hit among her audience. Alongwith winning hearts of millions with her profession, Christine is said to be earning a lot as well. So, how much is the gorgeous CNN's anchor worth on today's date? Know in detail about her career, salary, awards, and net worth.
Christine Romans, an Iowa born CNN correspondent and anchor, has an estimated net worth of $7 million. Christine is a hardworking female correspondent and anchor, and it comes with no surprise that she is worth in millions.
Christine, who is married to Ed Tobin, is one of the popular CNN' anchors, which is reflected on her pay as well. She earns around $400 thousand annually from her association with CNN.
"It is a reinvention from one of the largest auto makers," explains @ChristineRomans as General Motors shuts 5 facilities in N. America.— New Day (@NewDay) November 27, 2018
"Those shut downs translate to 8,000 salaried workers, 6,000 hourly workers will lose their jobs or be reassigned to other plants." pic.twitter.com/ucfSyjrw04
Christine is someone who believes in not having all the eggs in a bucket. Besides her income as an anchor/correspondent, Christine is also an author. She is reported to earn a great deal of money from her book sales as well, and the earnings have a huge contribution in her $7 million net worth.
Christine has released three books so far, including Smart Is the New Rich: If You Can't Afford It, Put It Down (2010), How to Speak Money: The Language and Knowledge You Need Now (2011), and Smart Is the New Rich: Money Guide for Millennials (2015)
Check out the price of her three releases.
After working for a number of local papers in Iowa, Christine joined CNN and is currently one of the accomplished journalist on the channel.
Christine graduated from the Iowa State University in 1993 and turned professional upon her graduation. Before turning to CNN, she worked for media outlets like The Des Moines Register, Reuters and Knight-Ridder Financial News in Chicago.
The GM restructuring shows how threats and boasts don’t trump the fast and vicious pace of innovation. https://t.co/zR1pbSG1BS— Christine Romans (@ChristineRomans) November 26, 2018
In 1999, Christine joined CNN, mostly covering for the New York Stock Exchange. Christine hosted Street Sweep on the CNNfn. In 2012, she started co-hosting CNN's TV show Early Start, with Dave Briggs. Early Start premiered on January 2, 2012, and airs from 4 am to 6 am ET. She also anchors the CNN's weekend program Your Money.
Likewise, Christine is also the recipient of an Emmy Award for her contribution to Exporting America, a show highlighting the outsourcing of American missions overseas.