Steve Rosenberg Bio | Wiki
Steve Rosenberg is a British journalist. Currently, he serves as Russia Editor of BBC News, having previously been its Moscow correspondent. He was part of the CBS crew covering the first war in Chechnya from 1994 to 1996. In addition, he became a producer in the BBC’s Moscow bureau in 1997 and was appointed reporter for the BBC in Moscow in 2000.
Steve Rosenberg Age
He was born on April 5, 1968, in Epping, Essex, England. Steve is 54 years old.
Steve Rosenberg Height
He is a man of average stature. Steve stands at a height of 5 ft 7 in (Approx 1.7 m).
Steve Rosenberg Family
He was born to his hardworking and supportive parents in Epping, Essex, England. Steve holds British nationality and is Jewish. His great-grandfather Haim Gnessin left the city of Shklow in the Russian Empire on a passport Rosenberg still has. Further, information regarding his family remains unknown.
Steve Rosenberg Wife
He is married to his beautiful wife whose name remains confidential. Steve keeps her marital status away from the public, thus his wife’s and children’s whereabouts remain unknown.
Steve Rosenberg Education
He graduated with A-Levels at Chingford Senior High and during his senior high school summer holidays, he worked at the BBC’s Teletext service, Ceefax. Steve then attended the University of Leeds and achived his first in Russian Studies in 1991.
Steve Rosenberg BBC News
After graduating, he moved to Moscow and spent the next 15 years teaching English at the Moscow State Technological University STANKIN. He then secured work with CBS News in the network’s Moscow bureau ad worked for six years as a translator, then assistant producer, and then producer. Steve was part of the CBS crew covering the first war in Chechnya from 1994 to 1996. Moreover, he became a producer in the BBC’s Moscow bureau in 1997 and was appointed reporter for the BBC in Moscow in 2000.
After three years, Steve Moscow correspondent and reported on the Kursk submarine disaster, the Nord Ost Theatre siege, and the aftermath of the Beslan school attack. Steve was the BBC Berlin correspondent from 2006 to 2010 as he covered stories in Germany and across Europe. Further, he returned to work as a Moscow correspondent in 2010, and his film crew was attacked in Astrakhan by unidentified men after conducting an interview with the sister of a Russian soldier killed during the war in Donbas in 2014.
The government of Ukraine issued a decree banning several journalists, including Steve, from entering the country over his coverage of the war in Donbas in 2015. He conducted a high-profile interview with Belarus’ authoritarian leader Alexander Lukashenko in November 2021. In addition, he was appointed Russia Editor of BBC News in order to strengthen the BBC’s coverage of the Russian invasion of Ukraine in March 2022.
Some o Steve’s colleagues at BBC News include:
George Alagiah – Presenter
Lucy Hockings – News Presenter and Anchor
Nikki Fox – Disability Correspondent
Karin Giannone – Presenter
Laura Bicker – Seoul Correspondent
Laura Trevelyan – Anchor and Correspondent
Gary O’Donoghue – Political Correspondent
Steve Rosenberg Salary
He receives decent pay working as Russia Editor of BBC News. Steve’s salary is $98,650 annually.
Steve Rosenberg Net Worth
His successful journalism career has been the main source of attaining his possessions. Steve’s net worth is $3 Million.
Who Is Steve Rosenberg
Steve is a British journalist. Currently, he serves as Russia Editor of BBC News, having previously been its Moscow correspondent. He was part of the CBS crew covering the first war in Chechnya from 1994 to 1996. In addition, he became a producer in the BBC’s Moscow bureau in 1997 and was appointed reporter for the BBC in Moscow in 2000.
How Old Is Steve Rosenberg
Steve is 54 years old born on April 5, 1968, in Epping, Essex, England.