How old is Katie Couric and what is her net worth?

LONGTIME journalist Katie Couric is one of the highest-paid news personalities in the media.

Couric has won multiple awards for her work in news and was inducted into the TV hall of fame in 2004.


Katie Couric has a reported net worth of $100millionCredit: Getty Images

How old is Katie Couric and what is her net worth?

Katie Couric, 64, has a reported net worth of $100million.

Upon starting her career at ABC, her salary was roughly about $7million.

However, her salary peaked at $60million when she signed what was then the largest financial deal in television news history with the Today Show.

Couric has been working in news since 1979


Couric has been working in news since 1979Credit: Getty Images – Getty

What does Katie Couric do?

The journalist has been working in news since 1979, when she landed her first job at the ABC News bureau in Washington, D.C.

She later joined CNN as an assignment editor and worked for stations in Miami and D.C.

Couric joined NBC News in 1989 as deputy pentagon correspondent and also served as an anchor substitute. 

That same year she joined Today as a national political correspondent, becoming a substitute co-host in February 1991.

She left Today in 2006 and became anchor and managing editor of CBS Evening News.

Two years later, the CBS Evening News with Katie Couric won the 2008 and 2009 Edward R. Murrow Award for best newscast.

She announced her departure from the evening news in 2011 when her contract with the network expired.

Couric returned to ABC as a special correspondent but only for two years.

She was then hired at Yahoo! as Global Anchor of Yahoo! News and worked there until 2017.

In addition to her reporting career, Couric is a New York Times Best Seller author of The Best Advice I Ever Got: Lessons from Extraordinary Lives, founder of Katie Couric Media.

Is Katie Couric guest-hosting Jeopardy?

Couric guest-hosted Jeopardy’s new season, replacing champion Ken Jennings after the passing of Alex Trebek.

The journalist made history as the first female guest of the show since its release.

Couric took on the role from March 8 to 19.

On March 8, which is coincidentally International Women’s Day, she announced her new duty on Twitter, writing: “Tune in tonight! A privilege to honor the extraordinary Alex Trebek. Oh and happy #InternationalWomensDay @Jeopardy.”

Couric’s participation in Jeopardy benefitted charity, as her role included a donation equal to the contestants’ cumulative winnings.

The earnings went to Stand Up To Cancer, an organization she co-founded in 2008 that helps raise money for translational cancer research.

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