Julia Boorstin CNBC, Bio, Wiki, Age, Husband, Baby, Salary, and Net Worth

Julia Boorstin Bio, Wiki

Julia Boorstin is a popular American journalist serving as a senior media and entertainment correspondent at CNBC. She joined CNBC in May 2006 as a general assignment reporter in the Los Angeles Bureau. Boorstin always loves to be connected to the outer world.  She covers media with a special focus on the intersection of media and technology.

Before that, she used to work as an editor in The Daily Princetonian and a business writer and reporter for the Fortune Magazine since 2000. During that time, Boorstin was also a contributor to “Street Life,” a live market wrap-up segment on CNN Headline News.

Julia Boorstin Age | Birthday

She was born on December 4, 1978, in Los Angeles, the United States. Boorstin is 42 years old and was born under the birth sign, Sagittarius. She holds an American nationality and belongs to the white ethnicity. Boorstin celebrates her birthday on December 4th every year.

Julia Boorstin Height

She is a woman of average stature. Boorstin stands at a height of 5 ft 6 in (Approx. 1.67 m).

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Julia Boorstin Family

Boorstin was born on December 4, 1978, in Los Angeles, the USA to Paul Boorstin and Sharon Boorstin. Her mother was from Seattle, and she was an English teacher before Boorstin was born, while her father was from Chicago. Her father is a producer, and a TV documentaries writer whereas her mother is an author.

Julia Boorstin Husband

The renowned correspondent of CNBC, Boorstin, is a happily married woman. She tied knots with Couper Samuelson on December 16, 2007, in Beverly Hills, California. They dated for about three years before their marriage. Couper is an actor and a producer. Boorstin and Couper support each other in each and every step of their life. The couple met for the first time in 2004 when Couper was pulled by his friends to meet Boorstin, and after that, the duo began dating.

They again met in 2005 in New York, when Boorstin invited him to share her tiny walk-up while he helped produce the 2006 movie The Ex. They had a long-distance relationship but used to have trips together. And finally, while Boorstin and Couper were on their trip to Morroco in the fall of 2006, it happened! Couper got to his knees after giving his secret camera to the stranger and proposed to Boorstin. In the same year of December, they said their vows in front of 113 guests in  Beverly Hills, California. The lovebirds added a new member to their family, a baby boy named Henry, on the 13th of July in 2011.

Julia Boorstin Baby

Besides their beautiful affection and admiration towards each other, Boorstin and Couper have welcomed a baby named, Henry to complete the family. Henry, the only child of the couple was born on Wednesday, July 13, 2011. The baby boy brought more happiness to them. Boorstin rarely posts any photos of her child or updates of her family life. However, one of her friends, Mary Catherine, once shared her boy’s photo and circulated it in the Media.

Julia Boorstin Education

Boorstin attended Harvard Westlake School and completed her schooling in 1996. She then studied at Princeton University, where she graduated with honors, receiving a B.A. in history. While she attended the university, she was also an editor for the “Daily Princetonian”, the newspaper about the campus and the community of Princeton. Boorstin is also fluent in Italian and French languages.

Julia Boorstin CNBC

Boorstin serves as the Senior Media & Entertainment Correspondent for the CNBC Broadcasting world. She works from the News Network Headquarters in Englewood Cliffs where she joined in May 2006. Boorstin previously worked as the general assignment reporter for CNBC. At CNBC she mainly covers the news detail focusing on the intersection of media and technology. Back in 2013, Boorstin created a beautiful concept and launched the CNBC Disruptor 50. The concept listed private companies with economic changes and hardships seen in the established industries. Boorstin went ahead and reported a documentary, ‘Stay Tuned…The Future of TV’ for the respective network.

She commenced her career as an editor in The Daily Princetonian and then served as a business writer and reporter for the Fortune Magazine. The talented Boorstin comparatively contributed on CNN Headline News to Street Life, a live market wrap-up segment. She reached the height of her career after she began covering the news about technology and media in the channel.

Boorstin’s colleagues at CNBC include:

David FaberNews analyst and financial journalist

Morgan Brennan– general assignment reporter

Kayla TauscheOn-air correspondent

Eamon Javers Reporter

Bob Pisani– News correspondent and reporter

Julia Boorstin Salary

Boorstin has been with CNBC for over a decade since joining in 2006. There is no doubt, therefore, that she receives an impressive package as compensation. Boorstin earns an average salary of $680,000 per year.

Julia Boorstin Net Worth

Having worked in the media industry for two decades, she has been able to accumulate a sizeable fortune. Boorstin’s estimated net worth is $2 million.

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