• Christine Romans is a Chief Business Correspondent for CNN and anchors “Early Start” and “Your Money”
• She was born in Le Claire, Iowa USA, and attended Iowa State University, graduating with a bachelor’s degree in French language, journalism, and mass communications in 1993
• She has released several books and is married to Ed Tobin, a top editor for Reuters News Agency
• She is a philanthropist who advocates for underprivileged children and animal rights
• CNN is an American pay TV channel launched in 1980, with over 90.1 million households subscribed and airing in 212 countries around the world.
Known for movies
|Looks like Emily Osment
|Le Claire, Iowa native.
- 1 Who is Christine Romans (CNN)? Wiki Bio
- 2 Early life and education
- 3 Career as a journalist
- 4 Love life and husband
- 5 Hobbies and other interests
- 6 Appearance and net worth
- 7 CNN network
- 8 General Info
- 9 Family
- 10 Accomplishments
- 11 Social profile links
- 12 Marks
- 13 Facts
- 14 Movies
Who is Christine Romans (CNN)? Wiki Bio
Christine Romans was born in Le Claire, Iowa USA, on 31 January 1971, so her zodiac sign is Aquarius and she holds American nationality. She is best known for being the Chief Business Correspondent for CNN, while she is also anchoring “Early Start” on weekdays and “Your Money” on weekends.
Early life and education
Christine was raised an only child in Le Claire by her parents, who came to the US from Norway.
— Christine Romans (@ChristineRomans) December 4, 2018
Her mother is a housewife while her father is a businessman who was not spending much time with his family during the years, but was rather focused on putting food on the table. Christine attended Pleasant Valley High School, and after matriculation enrolled at Iowa State University, graduating with a bachelor’s degree in French language, journalism, and mass communications in 1993. Before graduation, in the summer of 1991 she attended L’Instut Catholique de Lyon in France, where she studied French Media.
Career as a journalist
Christine launched her career in 1993 when she started working for The Des Mointes Register media outlet. She spent nearly two years with them before switching to Reuters news agency, and after that she joined Knight-Ridder Financial News in Chicago. In 1998, Christine had her own show airing on CNNfn (no longer active network) entitled “Street Sweep”, which attracted the attention of CNN executives, who offered Christine a position as a network reporter.
She began working for CNN in 1999, mostly focusing on covering the New York Stock Exchange. She was rewarded for her contribution to the “Exporting America” show, which covered the outsourcing of American missions overseas, being given an Emmy Award for her work.
Since 3 December 2018, Christine has been covering all the major business news, such as the US President Donald Trump and the Chinese President Xi Jinping’s restoration of trading for the year 2019.
She also covered the closing of New York Stock Exchange on 5 December 2018 to honor the memory of the former President of the United States of America George HW Bush, who died on 30 November 2018.
Christine is also a writer and has released several books – her first entitled “Smart Is The New Rich” was released in 2010, and it talks about how to make money in the USA. “How To Speak Money: The Language And Money You Need To Know” was released in 2011, while “Smart Is The New Rich: Money Guidelines For Millennials” followed in 2015. Her latest book entitled “How To Speak Money” was released in 2016 and all of these in one way or another talk about making money.
Love life and husband
Christine met Ed Tobin when she started working for the Reuters News Agency as Ed is their top news editor. Ed has recently won the Editor of the Year award at the Reuters Journalist of the Year Awards in March 2019 – he has been with the news agency for over 22 years now. They began dating in 1996 and after two years became engaged. Their wedding was held in 1999 with only their closest friends and family attending and Christine gave birth to three of their children during the years one of whom is named Edward Arthur Tobin.
In the summer of 2015, rumors began circulating the internet that Christine and Ed were divorcing due to conflicting schedules, which led to them not having enough time to see each other. It is also believed that they wanted to raise their children in different ways which contributed to them drifting away from one another. Although the rumors state that the two might have divorced in 2016, neither Ed nor Christine have commented about the alleged divorce. However, Christine can no longer be seen uploading pictures with her husband onto her social media accounts while she often uploads pictures with her children.
Hobbies and other interests
Christine is a philanthropist who has contributed to several charity organizations over the years while she is mostly focused on helping underprivileged children and donating money to those living in third-world countries. She is also a big lover of animals and has used her fame to urge people to adopt rescue dogs rather than to buy newborns. She was physically active while attending high school as she did gymnastics, took dancing lessons, and played female soccer. She stopped participating at sports once she enrolled at college but continued taking dance lessons.
Christine enjoys watching movies and TV series in the evenings with her children and some of her favorite movies include “Sleepless in Seattle” and “The Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind” while her favorite TV series is “The Big Bang Theory”. She spends her holidays with her children at attractive natural locations which could be anywhere in the world, as she is a traveler who has been to each continent, while her favorite dream travel destination is Paris in France.
Appearance and net worth
Christine is 48 years old. She has medium long brown hair and blue eyes, is 5ft 5ins (1.65m) tall, and weighs around 128lbs (58kgs). Her net worth is over $4 million while Ed’s net worth is over $5 million.
Cable News Network, better known as CNN, is an American pay TV channel launched in 1980 by Ted Turner who is an American media proprietor. It was launched as a 24-hour cable news channel (first of its kind) and is owned by AT&T’s Warner Media.
CNN primarily broadcasts from 30 Hudson Yards in New York City while its studios are located in Washington, D.C. as well as in Los Angeles in California. CNN’s headquarters can be found at the CNN Center in Atlanta, Georgia while it is only used for weekend programming. CNN is often called CNN/US and CNN Domestic so that it could differ from its international sister network called CNN International.
According to a survey completed in September 2018, there are over 90.1 million households subscribed to CNN, so 97.7 percent of all households with cable in the USA. It can be watched in more than 212 countries around the world.
|Iowa State University
|Edward Arthur Tobin
|Your Money, Early Start
|Marks / Signs
|Looks like Emily Osment
|Third child, a boy named Edward Arthur Tobin, was born on July 11, 2010.
|Member of Pi Beta Phi sorority.
|Previously worked for the Des Moines Register, Reuters and Knight Rider Financial News in Chicago.
|Graduated with a bachelor's in 1993 from Iowa State University. While attending ISU, she majored in French and Journalism and spent extensive time in France as an exchange student.
|Eldest of four children.
|Her husband, Ed Tobin, is a reporter for "Reuters".
|Le Claire, Iowa native.
|CNN anchor/reporter. Joined CNN in 1999.
|Had second son in May, 2008.
|At This Hour
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|In the Money
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|Herself - Correspondent, Lou Dobbs Tonight (segment "Lou Dobbs")
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