Josh Tyrangiel Biography
Josh Tyrangiel is a popular American media personality. Before, he worked as the editor at Bloomberg Businessweek as well as the deputy managing editor of TIME magazine. He left the network after the cancellation of Vice News Tonight back in June 2019. In 2009, Josh was named to The New York Observer’s list of top insurgents.
Josh served at Vibe and Rolling Stone magazines immediately after graduating. Josh also produced the news at MTV. He joined TIME as a music critic and staff writer in 1999.
Josh Tyrangiel Age
Josh Tyrangiel was born on 25th September 1972, in Baltimore, United States. He is 49 years old.
Josh Tyrangiel Height
Josh is a man of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (Approx 1.7m).
Josh Tyrangiel Family
Josh Tyrangiel was born on September 25, 1972, to his loving and caring father and mother in Baltimore, United States of America. Josh was brought up together with his sister.
Josh Tyrangiel Education
He attained Park School of Baltimore where he attained his high school diploma in 1990. After high school, he later joined the University of Pennsylvania. Moreover, he graduated from Yale University with a master’s degree in American Studies.
Josh Tyrangiel Wife
He is a married man to his unidentified wife. Josh and his wife are proud parents to their two stunning kids. At the moment, Josh and his family stay in the East Village of New York City.
Josh Tyrangiel Salary
He receives a satisfactory salary of $52, 600 per annum. This is in accordance with Time magazine editors’ salaries.
Josh Tyrangiel Net Worth
Josh has accumulated a lot of wealth from his successful career as a journalist and has an estimated net worth of $ 15 million.
Josh Tyrangiel Career
Before, he worked as the editor at Bloomberg Businessweek as well as the deputy managing editor of TIME magazine. He left the network after the cancellation of Vice News Tonight back in June 2019. In 2009, Josh was named to The New York Observer’s list of top insurgents.
Ad Age named him the editor of the year in 2012. Moreover, Josh was added to Crain’s New York Business 40 under 40 list. In November 2013, he was called on to aid in shaping TV content for Bloomberg Television.
IIn October 2015, he stepped down as editor of Bloomberg Businessweek. In the same year, Josh met with the program’s head Shane Smith to start negotiations to join Vice. Josh ran the company’s digital news desk as the Senior Vice President of news.
In April 2019, he was included on the ninth annual list of The Hollywood Reporter of New York’s 35 Most Powerful People in Media. In an interview, he said that he was serving on new projects that played to Vice’s strengths. Nevertheless, Josh and Nancy Dubuc, Vice News CEO released statements announcing the journalist’s departure from Vice at the end of the summer in June 2019.