The former host of CNN has always tried to keep her professional and personal life out of media. Here, on this particular topic, we will let you people know about Alina Cho's net worth, sources of income, and her earnings.
Just like mentioned above, Alina Cho has always maintained privacy when it comes to her professional as well as personal life. When other celebrities are just trying to be in the headlines, Cho is exactly different from them.
Actually, Cho did not reveal much the exact details of her net worth but a couple of tabloid sites claim that her net worth is somewhere around $40 million. Working in CNN's Fashion: Backstage Pass might have helped her to maximum to collect such a huge amount.
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Though Cho's salary is kept under review, we can say that she earns a hefty amount of money. She is hardworking and is dedicated to her work which might have brought a huge inspiration to the younger generation people.
While digging up to know more about Cho, we came to know that she is pretty active on social media. She is openly reflecting her luxurious lifestyle through her Instagram. She has shared pictures with Justin Bieber. Check down:
Cho loves traveling and often shares several vacation pictures. She is often spotted wearing branded clothes with matching expensive jewelry. Speaking of her gadgets, she owns an iPhone 8 which price is $699.
The beautiful Cho is also regarded as one of the most fashionable journalists of all time. Her dressing style and makeup have always been followed by people.
Cho began her career as a reporter for Chicago land Television Network. She then joined WFTS, which is an affiliate of ABC, a site in Tampa Florida. She operated as the reporter and the anchor for the morning show there.
During her stay at WFTS, she won the regional Emmy award for her coverage of the St. Petersburg riots of 1996. Then, she transferred to CNBC as the news anchor and reported on a wide variety of stories involving the September 11 attacks in New York.
She eventually moved on to ABC as a regular substitute anchor for the shows like World News This Morning and World News Now. She too worked as the online news correspondent for the network on the show ABC News Live.
She began working simultaneously at the network's affiliate news service on the show ABC News Live. After that, she joined CNN as general assignment correspondent for the New York Bureau.
Being a reporter, Cho has reported numerous key stories worldwide. She reported the sniper attack in 2002 near Washington D.C, the pre-Iraq war located from United Nations. She even reported September 11 terror attacks in New York.
She also conducted a program on the division of the North and South Korea as seen by her parents who had survived the Korean War.
She was part of the team that won the Emmy Awards and Peabody Awards for the coverage of Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans. The Old Dominion University has awarded her an honorary doctorate of Humane Letters for her contribution to Journalism.