Cheryl Casone Biography
Cheryl Casone is a Fox Business Network news anchor in the United States. Casone contributes financially and provides weekly job reports. She also contributes to the Fox News Network.
How old is Cheryl Casone? – Age
She is 51 years old as of 18 July 2021. He was born in 1970 in Clearwater, Florida, United States. Her real name is Cheryl Cecile Casone.
Cheryl Casone Parents -Education
Casone’s father was a government engineering consultant, and she spent a year of her childhood in Sweden. She later lived in Ohio, then Dallas, Texas, and finally Phoenix, Arizona. Thunderbird High School in Phoenix, Arizona, was where she finished high school in 1988. She considers Dallas and Phoenix to be “Home.” Casone attended Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, Arizona, after high school, and graduated with a B.S. in Public Relations in 1992.
Cheryl Casone Husband
She has not revealed her marriage life to the public.
What is Cheryl Casone salary?
When compared to CNN, ABC, CBS, and other national news organizations, Fox News anchors earn the most. The average annual salary for a FOX news anchor is $75,000, or $36 per hour. Fox news anchor salaries are higher than the national average of $58 thousand for all news anchors.
Cheryl Casone Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of $1 Million.
Cheryl Casone Career
Casone previously worked as a co-host on FBN:AM (weekdays at 5 a.m. ET). Casone has extensive experience covering financial, business, and consumer news. In addition to her work covering US markets, she has reported on the economic impact of war on the economy, consumer fraud, global markets, foreign investment, and corporate governance.
Prior to joining FBN, she worked as a freelance business correspondent for CNN, primarily reporting from the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), and as a general assignment reporter for CBS Newspath. Casone relocated to New York to work for MSNBC and NBC as an overnight and early morning news anchor. She previously hosted a business show for San Francisco.
She previously worked as a business and general assignment reporter for San Francisco’s KRON-TV (MyNetworkTV) and hosted a business show. She began her career at CNX Media, where she worked on the nationally syndicated show “Travel Update.” She has served on the boards of the Associated Press Television and Radio Association, California and Nevada Regional Chapter, and the San Francisco Chapter of American Women in Radio and Television.