Raina Douris Biography
Raina Douris is a well-known American journalist presently working as the lead host of NPR’s syndicated music program World Cafe since September 2019. She became the 3rd full-time host in the program’s history.
Previously, she worked as a host of CBC Television’s CBC Music Backstage Pass as well as CBC Music’s national morning show Mornings. In September 2019, she left CBC Music hosting her last episode of Mornings on 13th September 2019.
Raina Douris Age
Raina Douris was born on 2nd February 1986, in Toronto, Ontario. She is 36 years old.
Raina Douris Height
Raina is a woman of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (Approx1.7 m).
Raina Douris Family
Raina Douris was born and raised by her hardworking and supportive parents in Toronto, Ontario. She was raised together with her beautiful sister called Anne Douris.
Raina Douris Education
After her primary and high school education, Raina matriculated at Ryerson University where she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism.
Raina Douris Husband
She lives in the United States of America. However, Raina likes to maintain a low key when it comes to affairs concerning her love life hence Raina has not divulged any information about her relationship status. It’s therefore unknown whether Raina is married, dating, single, or divorced.
Raina Douris Salary
She receives a satisfactory salary of $65,741 per year. This is in accordance with National Public Radio hosts’ salaries.
Raina Douris Net Worth
Raina Douris has garnered a hefty fortune over the years she has worked and has an estimated net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.
Raina Douris Career
Raina kicked off her journalism career at Toronto rock station 102.1 The Edge and then proceeded on to CBC Radio 3, where she hosted daily music-focused shows. She was part of the team that established Central Ontario Broadcasting’s Indie88 radio station in the year 2013 and served as its afternoon host and music director before moving to the morning show. Raina now works as the host of NPR’s syndicated music program World Cafe.
In 2009, Raina interned at CFNY-FM (102.1 The Edge) located in Toronto. Over her time with the station Raina created its “Indie Online” feature, to offer display on the station’s website to local indie rock bands who had not yet graduated to rotation in the station’s frequent playlist.
In 2012, she left CFNY to join CBC Radio 3, staying with that service for nearly a year before joining Toronto’s new CIND-FM (Indie 88). Over her time with that station, she was named Best Local Radio Personality in NOW’s annual Best of Toronto reader poll two years in a row.
In 2016, she came back to the CBC serving as the host of CBC Television’s CBC Music Backstage Pass and CBC Music’s national morning show Mornings. In September of 2019, she left CBC Music hosting her last episode of Mornings on the 13th of September. On 18th September 2019, it was announced that she would restore Talia Schlanger as lead host of World Cafe.