Rosemary Church Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth, CNN
December 3, 2021
Rosemary Church Biography
Rosemary Church is an Australian CNN International news anchor. Based at the network’s world headquarters in Atlanta. She airs the 2-4 a.m. ET edition of CNN Newsroom. She joined the station in 1998.
Rosemary Church Age
Church was born on 10 November 1962, in Belfast, Northern Ireland. She s 60 years old.
Rosemary Church Height
She has not disclosed her exact height however it will be updated.
Rosemary Church Family
He has also not revealed her parent’s identities however it will be updated as soon as there is information.
Rosemary Church Husband
She is happily married to Patrick O’Byrne, a Ph.D. Patrick works as an Associate Professor in the School of Nursing at the University of Ottawa. The couple got married in 1995. The family resides in Atlanta.
Rosemary Church Children
The couple has been blessed with three children namely: Madeleine, Hannah, and James. Hannah and James are twins.
Rosemary Church Education
She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from the Australian National University in Canberra and has completed graduate studies in media and law at the University of Canberra.
Rosemary Church Salary
Church receives an annual salary of $ 300, 000 per year according to CNN News anchors and reporters’ salaries.
Rosemary Church Net Worth
Church has an estimated net worth of $ 8 Million.
Rosemary Church Career
While working for CNN News, she has anchored many major world events and interviewed countless analysts and newsmakers. She was on the air when news of the death of Osama bin Laden broke, and it was during her show when news broke of an earthquake — and possible tsunami — in Japan, leading to multiple hours of live coverage as the tragedy unfolded.
Through her stories she has covered the rescue efforts of the 12 boys and their coach trapped in a cave in Thailand and the deadly school shooting in Parkland, Florida, interviewing student survivors who called for an end to gun violence in America. In addition, she has also covered the Fuego Volcano tragedy in Guatemala, the Singapore summit between U.S. President Trump and North Korea’s Kim Jong Un, the deadly chemical attack in Douma, Syria, and Europe’s immigration crisis.
Prior to joining CNN News, she also spent five years as the Senior Anchor with Australia’s first international satellite news service, Australia Television (ATV), also filing stories for ATV and the Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s (ABC) Foreign Correspondent program, when she traveled to Asia.
At ATV News, she received the New York Festival’s TV programming award for coverage of the Hong Kong Handover to China in 1997. She began working for ABC TV in 1991 as a reporter and anchor for the main evening news bulletin in the state of Tasmania, where she also anchored the summer edition of ABC TV’s World at Noon program.
In addition, she also spent five years at Parliament House, Canberra, with the National Media Liaison Service, while also anchoring weekend news bulletins on Channel Ten’s news service. In 1984, she worked as a media officer and speechwriter for a Member of the Federal Parliament.