How Much is Maureen Maher's Net worth?Know in Detail about her Salary, Career and Awards

Ryan LeePublished on   15 Mar, 2018Updated on   25 Apr, 2021

Maureen Maher is an American TV news columnist and in addition to being a journalist. She right now fills in as a TV host in the American narrative/news magazine TV program 48 Hours Mystery. She has won the heart of many people with her reporting style and beautiful figure.


So today we will be dealing with the sexy journalist's net worth, salary, awards, and career. Let's quickly review Maher's professional life and her net worth. Keep scrolling down for latest updates on Maureen Maher.

Maureen Maher Net worth

As of 2018, the talk show host for CBS network earns an average salary around $500 thousand per annum and holds a total of $2 million net worth. The reporter is pretty famous among TV audience and currently lives with two of her children and husband in Illinois Chicago based home worth $2 million.

Maureen Maher Career highlights

After graduating the Loyola University, Maher started her TV-journalism training in 1991, filling in as a morning drive commentator in a Chicago-based FM called WLUW.

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After working as a radio journalist for WLUW for a year, Maher moved to Detroit in 1992 and started filling in as a journalist for the Detroit-based TV station WJBK-TV. Amid the time, she served CBS-owned radio station WWJ until 1995.

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Maher joined WJRT-TV as a reporter late 1995 and started reporting live for a famous program called The Breaking News. She left WJRT-TV in 1997 and took on a full-time job for CBS news in Chicago.

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She also worked for the CBS Evening News and reported on numerous big headlines. Recently, She severs as a correspondent and host of the CNS show, 48 Hours Mystery.