Brooke Gladstone Biography
Brooke Gladstone is an American media analyst and author currently serving as the host and managing editor of the WNYC radio program known as On the Media. Brooke has so far covered media for much of her job. Gladstone protected public broadcasting in the early 1980s for the enterprise newspaper known as Current. Furthermore, Gladstone reported for The Washington Weekly as well as Cablevision in Washington, D.C.
Brooke became part of the National Public Radio in 1987. She started her employment there as an editor of Weekend Edition with Scott Simon. Belatedly, Brooke became senior editor of All Things Considered. Brooke obtained a Knight Fellowship in 1991 to examine Russian history and language. After one year, Brooke was reporting for NPR from Moscow. Brooke covered stories such as the bloody 1993 power struggle.
Brooke Gladstone Age
Brooke Gladstone was born in 1955 in Long Island, New York, United States of America. Brooke is 66 years of age.
Brooke Gladstone Height
She is a woman of above-average height. She stands at the height of 5 feet 6 inches ( Approximately 1.68m).
Brooke Gladstone Family
She was born in 1955 in Long Island, New York, United States of America to her lovely parents. She is Jewish but owns American nationality. Nevertheless, she has preserved all the information concerning her family in the public eye.
Brooke Gladstone Husband
Gladstone wedded her finest friend known as Fred Kaplan. Fred is an American journalist and author. The duo wedded each other in 1983. Together, the pair is blessed with twin daughters. Nowadays, Brooke and her lovely family reside in Brooklyn, New York, United States of America.
Brooke Gladstone Education
She has a Bachelor’s degree from Vermont University and Standford University.
Brooke Gladstone Salary
Gladstone receives an annual average salary of $72,186. This is according to On the Media anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Brooke Gladstone’s Net Worth
Gladstone has an estimated net worth of around $1 million US dollars.
Brooke Gladstone Career
In 1995, Brooke returned to the US and joined NPR as the first “media reporter,” found in New York City. In October 2000, Brooke became part of WNYC—New York Public Radio. Here, Brooke assisted in relaunching a nationally distributed and locally produced radio show known as On the Media. In the year 2010, the show quadrupled its audience and achieved several major journalism awards.