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Couric attended school at University of Virginia. While at UVA couric held several places at the award winning daily newspaper, The Cavalier Daily. Couric was also selected to be a Senior Resident of The Yard. The newswomans grandparents on her mothers side were Jewish immigrants from Germany and on her dads side, Couric traced her lineage back into a French orphan who immigrated to America and became a cotton agent. Couric started her career at ABC in 1979 later joining CNN as an assignment editor. In 1989 couric became a Pentagon Correspondent for NBC.
Katie Couric Net Worth $60 Million
While at NBC couric filled in as host of The Today Show. In 1991 couric became a long-term host while filling in for Deborah Norville who went on maternity leave and not returned. Additionally while at NBC, Couric filled in sometimes for Tom Brokaw on the Nightly News. Couric made huge headliens and garnered high ratings during her farewell episode when she declared she’d leave the Today for a place at CBS as a the first solo girl anchorman of CBS Nightly News preceding residence of famous Walter Cronkite. In 2013 couric was additionally picked up by Yahoo! (an affiliate of ABC News).
Couric has an esimated net worth of over $60 million. In 2011 the first solo woman signed a $40 million per year contract to do Katie a day time talk show. Couric has an apartment in Manhattan in addition to houses in the Hamptons and upstate New York. Courics $3.2 million Manhattan apartment is a prewar duplex with a two-story living room featuring floor-to-ceiling living room windows that look out into a courtyard and across at a tremendous NYC highrise. Courics Hamptons house is 7,000 and square feet and was bought for $6.3 million. It’s seven bedrooms, six bathrooms, a pool, and is five blocks in the shore. Couric added a vegetable garden and grows her own herbs. Couric has released several publications including The Best Advice I Ever Got: Lessons from Outstanding Lives NYT bestseller. Couric announced the launch of her novel Fed Up in May 2014.