Renee Montagne is a famous American radio journalist who served on National Public Radio as the co-host of the weekday morning news program called Morning Edition together with David Greene and Steve Inskeep, from May 2004 to November 11, 2016. Currently, since 1989 she serves at NPR as a host and special correspondent in Culver City, California, a Los Angeles suburb.
Steve and Renee filled in the position of Bob Edwards, a longtime host, initially as interim replacements, and in 2012 Greene joined the team. She had served as an occasional host and correspondent since 1989 where she mainly broadcasts from NPR West in Culver City, California, a Los Angeles suburb.
Renee Montagne Age
Renee Montagne was born in Oceanside, California, in the United States in December 1948. She is 73 years old.
Renee Montagne Height
Montagne stands at an average height of 5 ft 5 in ( Approx1.65 m).
Renee Montagne Family
She was born and raised by her supportive parents in Oceanside, California. While growing up, she frequently moved to different places on the West Coast and in Hawaii for being common in the lives of children of career military families.
Renee Montagne Husband
She prefers a private life despite being a popular journalist when it comes to her love affairs where she has not disclosed any information concerning her previous and current relationships hence it is not known if she is married, divorced, has kids, is dating, or is single. Currently, she resides in New York.
Renee Montagne Education
She studied at Cupertino High School, where in 2012 she was placed into the school’s Hall of Fame. Afterward, she joined Phi Beta Kappa from the Campus of California, Berkeley where she graduated with a degree in English in 1973.
Renee Montagne Salary
Renee receives an annual salary of $89,781 and this is according to NPR hosts’/special correspondents’ salary.
Renee Montagne’s Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of $1 million US dollars and her career as a special correspondent and host at NPR is the primary source of her income.
Renee Montagne Career
Her journalism career commenced in San Francisco at KPOO community radio where she was employed to serve as news director while schooling at UC–Berkeley. Also, she worked in San Francisco at Pacific News Service.
Renee worked in New York City for both the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and NPR as a freelance producer and reporter from 1980 to 1986. While serving there, she reported the science and arts at NPR. From 1987 to 1989, she served at NPR as a co-host of All Things Considered, an evening news magazine alongside Robert Siegel.
In 1990, she reported the discharge of Nelson Mandela, from jail in South Africa. Renee stayed in South Africa for a period of three years concentrating on the area, where she was awarded, together with the NPR reporting team, the Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Award because of their coverage of South Africa’s first entirely democratic elections.
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