Jeanne Moos Biography
|Date of Birth:||1950 , May-21|
|Age:||67 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States of America|
|Height:||5 Feet 9 Inch|
|Birth Name||Jeanne Moos|
|Eye Color||Brown eyes|
|Famous for||Moost Unusual, Making The MOOSt Of It (CNN) reporter|
Jeanne Moos, born on 21st May, 1950 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States of America is a news correspondent for CNN.
Career and path
Jeanne Moos initially attended the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. She earned a bachelor’s degree in TV-Radio from there.
Moos initially wanted to pursue a career in print journalism, however, she later ended up pursuing Television Journalism. Jeanne Moos landed her first major job in 1976 as the first female correspondent at WPTZ in Pittsburgh, New York.
Jeanne covered local and national stories, including the 1980 winter Olympic Games in Lake Placid during her tenure at WPTZ.
After working at WPTZ for a few years, Jeanne Moos joined CNN as a reporter in 1981. She covered stories ranging from political corruption to the United Nations during the 1991 Gulf War.
Jeanne’s coverage gained her the 1991 Korn/Ferry International Journalism Awards. She is also the recipient of 1998 Front Page Awards.
Later started to report on unusual and off-beat soft news stories. Jeanne started a series of reports called “Making the MOOSt of It”.
She still continues to file reports for CNN in a segment called “Moost Unusual” that airs during ‘Showbiz Tonight’ and ‘The Situation Room’ on CNN Headline News. Jeanne Moos has by now spent 4 decades in the news and entertainment media industry.
Personal Life, Net Worth
Jeanne Moss, also known as CNN's queen of quirk, isn’t publicly known to be married. There are speculations that she might be lesbian. However, Jeanne herself hasn’t officially revealed anything.
She loves to spend her weekend away from NY city home in a peaceful quiet cabin on a lake without any TV, with only music.
In an interview with WNEP, she revealed how in her early years she had to receive voice trainings from a guy because her voice was considered ‘’annoying’’.
She remembers she was fired after 4 years of being the only woman on air at WPTZ for ‘’insubordination’’.
Jeanne says she is now happy with her light mood/hilarious stories. She says she enjoys it.
Jeanne has spent 34 years with CNN, her net worth isn't known in exact figures. But given the fact that she has an impressive home in New York City and has spent so many years in a prominent News Network, her net work is definitely in multiple millions.