Ron Brownstein Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net worth, CCN News

Ron Brownstein
Ron Brownstein

Ron Brownstein Biography

Ron Brownstein is a political correspondent and journalist as of now working as a senior political analyst as well as Editorial Director for the CNN networks of the Atlantic Media. He has been an active supporter of different programs that involve magazines.

As Washington month-to-month magazine, Newsday, and realm creative. Brownstein has contributed to the writing of a few papers, Realm,  Parade, and editing of Reader’s Digest additionally.

Ron Brownstein Age

Brownstein was born on 6 April 1958 in New York City, New York, United States. He is 63 years old as of 2021.

Ron Brownstein Height

Brownstein stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 7 inches/ 1.7 m tall.

Ron Brownstein Education

Brownstein attended the Univerity New York Binghamton and earned his bachelor’s degree in English in  1979. He was immediately hired as a senior staff writer by  Ralph Nader after graduation.

Ron Brownstein Family

Brownstein was born in New York City, New York by his caring g parents  David Brownstein and Shirley Ron.

Ron Brownstein Wife

Brownstein is cheerful married to his loving and handsome husband Nina Easton. Ron and Nina are proud parents of two amazing children.

Ron Brownstein Salary

Brownstein receives an annual salary of $120,000, in accordance with  CNN anchors /reporters’ salaries.

Ron Brownstein Net worth

Brownstein has an estimated net worth of $3 million U.S dollars.

Ron Brownstein Career

Brownstein is a political correspondent and journalist as of now working as a senior political analyst. As well as Editorial Director for the CNN networks of the Atlantic Media. He has been an active supporter of different programs that involve magazines.

As Washington month-to-month magazine, Newsday, and realm creative. Brownstein has contributed to the writing of a few papers, Realm,  Parade, and editing of Reader’s Digest additionally. He began his career in 1983 for National Journal as a white house correspondent.

Brownstein then moved to be the Los Angeles Times’  in 1987 as a contributing editor. He resigned to work full-time for the Los Angeles Times from  National Journal after one year. Brownstein was appointed as the national political correspondent at Los Angeles Times.

He was promoted in 1997 to be the chief political correspondent for World Report and U.S. News after four years.

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