Karin Giannone Bio, Wiki
Karin Giannone is a a South African-born British journalist who works for BBC World News as the main presenter from 0700-1000GMT Wednesdays and Thursdays.
Giannone is also seen in on the WorkLife with Sally Bundock at 830am in the UK Friday 1600-1900 and Sunday 1800-2200. She covers the news along with Philippa Thomas and Kasia Madera. Nonetheless, Giannone is seen on BBC Four, the BBC News Channel at 9 pm and BBC World News.
Karin Giannone Age
Giannone was born on January 2, 1974, in Johannesburg, South Africa. She is 47 years old as of 2021.
Karin Giannone Height
Her actual height has yet to be revealed, but it will be updated as soon as her body measurements are released.
Karin Giannone Family
Giannone was born in Johannesburg, South Africa and raised up in Edinburgh, Sussex, and Kent. After doing our research, details about her parents are not available and it is also not known if she has any siblings.
Karin Giannone Husband
Giannone is married to Neil Rowbottom. These two loverbirds have been blessed with three kids. Although they have not shared their marriage place and date, this information will be updated as soon as it is available. Giannone resides in Kent, London with her family.
Karin Giannone pregnant
In June 2013, the Sky news announced the pregnancy of Giannone. Of late, is it not known whether she is pregnant again. However, this information will be updated as soon as it is available.
Karin Giannone Education
Giannone went to Moira House School, then followed by George Watson’s College. George Watson’s College was followed by Cranbrook School and Newnham College, Cambridge. At Newnham College, Cambridge, she pursued modern languages. She graduated with a first-class honors degree. After her graduation, in 1994 and 1995, she became the editor of Cambridge University’s Varsity student newspaper.
Karin Giannone Career
Giannone worked as an editor for the Cambridge University’s Varsity student newspaper. in 1977, she was hired by ITV station in Norwich as a news trainee and a reporter. She also produced and presented for local news bulletins. In 1999, she was given a role to report and present or Channel 4’s Football Italia series.
Giannone was back to Anglia in 2000 as a reporter and presenter. She covered news for Norfolk, Suffolk, and Essex. In 2002, she reported from Afghanistan the following troops. Nonetheless, she also reported from London for Sky News.
Karin Giannone BBC News
In 2005, Giannone became part of the BBC News fraternity. While still on BBC, she has presented for the World News Today on the BBC World News channel from Washington at 10:00 pm EST during July/August 2008. Giannone, in 2013, covered the death of Nelson Mandela. Giannone has also presented live coverage of the trial of the Oscar Pistorius in Pretoria on the BBC News Channel from 3 March 2014. She is also known for covering the 2017 presidential elections in Paris, the 2018 Italian elections from Rome and the 2019 Indian election from Delhi.
Karin Giannone Outside Source
Giannone also presents Tv program Outside Source on networks BBC News and BBC Four. She presents along with other presenters like Daniela Ritorto, Nuala McGovern, Krupa Padhy, and Christian Fraser
Karin Giannone Salary
BBC News’ salaries range from an average of $44,311-$187,089 a year.
Karin Giannone Net Worth
Giannone is estimated to have a net worth of about $3 million.