Nic Robertson Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth, CNN News
December 7, 2021
Nic Robertson Biography
Nic Robertson is an award-winning CNN diplomatic editor currently working for CNN News. She joined the station in 1990 and She has also covered, the biggest news stories around the world.
Nic Robertson Age
Robertson was born on 8 June 1962 in the United Kingdom. He is 60 years old.
Nic Robertson Height
He has not revealed his exact height however it will be updated.
Nic Robertson Family
He has not revealed his parents’ identities however the son of immigrant steelworkers and one of nine children.
Nic Robertson Wife
He is married to Ann Ponce, who is a portrait and landscape artist. The couple is blessed with three kids. She resides in Ravenswood Chicago.
Nic Robertson Children
Their daughter Maria is a photographer. Maria also has two brothers Dan Ponceand Anthony Ponce. All have degrees from Indiana University.
Nic Robertson Education
He graduated from Indiana University and received a B.A. in English in 1971. He also received a J.D. from the University of Michigan.
Nic Robertson Salary
He receives an annual salary of $ 1 million per year.
Nic Robertson’s Net Worth
Ponce has an estimated net worth of $ 16 Million.
Nic Robertson Career
He is an accomplished – Award-winning news editor working for CNN News and has been reporting on the escalating violence in Syria, from both inside and outside the country. His powerful CNN report Syria: Frontline Town — Zabadani won him the prestigious 2012 Prix Bayeux TV War Correspondent of the Year award and The New York Festivals 2013 Award for Coverage of a Continuing News Stor.
He has also worked in conflict zones in Afghanistan, the former Yugoslavia, Pakistan, and all over the Middle East, breaking news and winning awards for compelling documentaries and in-depth news reports. He has covered a huge range of stories and was one of the first western journalists to reach Osama Bin Laden’s compound following his killing by US, navy Seals in May 2011.
He began his career as a producer, he covered the violent breakup of the former Yugoslavia, as well as reporting from Baghdad during the first Gulf War in Iraq in 1991. In addition, he has also won, two Overseas Press Club Awards, another Peabody (2002), a Dupont Award (2001), and several Emmys for his work in war zones and disaster areas around the world, including Afghanistan, Bosnia, Kosovo, Rwanda, Somalia, the Darfur region of Sudan, Northern Ireland and both the Gulf War and the Iraq War and all over the Middle East.