Hala Gorani Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Kids, Salary, Net Worth, CNN
March 22, 2022
Hala Gorani Biography
Hala Gorani is an American News Journalist currently serving as a news anchor and News Correspondent on CNN International, based in London. She is also a war correspondent. She currently anchors CNN’s Hala Gorani Tonight weeknights at 8 p.m. CET
Hala Gorani Age – Birthday
Gorani was born on March 1, 1970, in Seattle, Washington, U.S.
Hala Gorani Height
Smith stands at a height of 1.68m.
Hala Gorani Family
Gorani was born to French parents who were Syrians from Aleppo. During her childhood she also moved with her family to Algeria where her father was working.
In addition, her parents later separated and Hala moved to Paris to live with her mother until the end of her teens. According to Twitter post in 2014 , her mothers name is Nour
Hala Gorani Husband
Smith is happily married to her husband Christian Streib, a CNN senior photojournalist. The couple tied the knot in June 2015 in Jardin Majerelle, Morocco.
Hala Gorani Kids
She has not revealed if she has kids or not however it will be updated.
Hala Gorani Education
Smith attended and also graduated from
Hala Gorani Salary
She receives an annual salary of between $ 108,000.
Hala Gorani Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of between$ 1 million dollars.
Hala Gorani CNN News
Gorani began her journalism career as a news reporter La Voix du Nord and Agence France-Presse before joining France 3 in 1994. After a stint at Bloomberg Television in London, she joined CNN in 1998 as an anchor for CNN International’s European breakfast show CNN Today.
Moreover, she has also mostly reported from the middle east and in November 20005, she also became one of the first television reporters on the ground in Amman, Jordan after Al Qaeda suicide bombers attacked two hotels. Earlier in 2005, she covered Israel’s unilateral disengagement plan from Gaza.
In addition, she has also covered the 2006 Lebanon War from Lebanon, which earned CNN an Edward R. Murrow Award. In 2002 and in 2007, she led CNN’s coverage of the respective French presidential elections.
Hala Gorani Awards
2018: News and Documentary Emmy win for “Syria: Gasping for Life in Khan Sheikhoun.”
2018: News and Documentary Emmy nomination for Outstanding Breaking News Coverage, Manchester Concert Attack.
2016: Television Personality of the Year, Association for International Broadcasting.
2015: Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree, George Mason University.
2015: Named one of the most powerful women by Forbes Woman Middle East.
2012: News and Documentary Emmy win for coverage of the Egyptian revolution.
2012: News and Documentary Emmy nomination for Outstanding Live Coverage of a Current News Story – Long Form (Anderson Cooper 360).
2012: George Foster Peabody Award for the network’s coverage of the Arab Spring.
2011–2015: Named among 100 Most powerful Arab women by Arabian Business Magazine.
2007: Edward R. Murrow Award for the network’s coverage of the continuing coverage of the Middle East conflict.