Has 54 year old author, Sharyl Attkisson ever been married? Has she been divorced?
Yes, author Sharyl is a happily married celebrity and has one daughter. She married the love of her life and she doesn’t intend to divorce his beloved husband any time soon.
Even though she is a public figure, she likes to keep her personal life personal. She is probably against those who try to be popular by using their personal life as a gossip leverage. She really knows how to keep her family drama away from the media.
Sharyl Attkisson is an American author. She is a former investigative correspondent in Washington Bureau for CBS News. She gave her sheer contribution to the network for 21 long years. She was one of the most acclaimed reporters.
She is popular for having a different reporting skills. Given that she is a writer, she sure knows how to hit the mark while making the interviewees spill the beans.
She is a real independent kind of woman and the one who will stand by her values no matter what. During her resignation to CBS news, she said, “I don’t care what people think about my reporting.”
She believes that her work computers were hacked by government operatives and fierce fully denies accusations of political bias. The matter was so severe that she even told her husband that she would never get a job again. She appreciates how he supported her all the way and trusted her.
Now she hosts the Weekly Sunday public affairs program, ‘Full Measure with Sharyl Attkisson’ which airs on television stations operated by the Sinclair Broadcast Group.
Again, she is also a marvelous author. She has written numerous books as of now. Among them, her book ‘Stonewalled’ reached number 5 on New York Times best seller list in November 2014.
She is against the reporters who fear from reporting the darkest part of news and only go for nice looking news. According to her, news should address the real interest of the audience. They have right to know what the real news are and it the duty of press to provide them the fresh and real news.
In Stonewalled: One Reporter's Fight for Truth in Obama's Washington, She said, “Worried about the wrong things and not worried about the right things. The tendency to stick to mostly “safe” stories means you’ll see a lot of so-called day-of-air reports on topics that won’t generate pushback from the special interests we care about”.
She further added “Think: weather, polls, surveys, studies, positive medical news, the pope, celebrities, obituaries, press conferences, government announcements, animals, the British royals, and heartwarming features. They fill airtime much like innocuous white noise”.
The net worth of the author is $8 million.