Hala Gorani Bio, Age, Family, Husband, Children, Net Worth, CNN

Hala Gorani the journalist

Hala Gorani Biography

Hala Gorani is an anchor from the United States working as the correspondent for CNN International, anchoring CNN’s Hala Gorani Tonight weeknights at 8 p.m. CET in London.


How old is Hala Gorani? – Age

The CNN correspondent s 51 years old as of March 1, 2021. She was born in 1970 in Seattle, Washington, United States.

Hala Gorani Family – Parents

She was brought up by her parents in Paris, but she is a U.S. resident of Syrian parents. She has a mixed race, and her heritage is American.

Hala Gorani Husband

She is married to Christian Streib, who is a CNN photojournalist. The couple wedded on June 14, 2015, in Jardin Majorelle, Morocco. The couple lives together with their Cavalier King Charles Spaniel dog named Louis Gorani Streib.

Hala Gorani the journalist
Hala Gorani the journalist

How much does Hala Gorani earn? – Net Worth

Gorani earns an annual average salary of $108K. She has an estimated net worth of $2 million.

Hala Gorani CNN – Career

Gorani also heads to the field to report on big breaking news stories. Most recently, the Syrian refugee situation in Lebanon was resolved in 2014. Hala has also taken part in the 2012 Egyptian elections and has previously written widely from Jordan and Egypt. She played a central part in CNN’s coverage of the Arab Spring.

In 2010, Gorani reported the catastrophic earthquake in Haiti, for which CNN received a Golden Nymph award-one of the top awards in international journalism-at last year’s Monte Carlo Television Festival. Gorani, one of CNN’s most seasoned foreign journalists, has reported from every Middle East region, including Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Israel, Jordan and the Palestinian Territories. She played a central role in CNN International’s coverage of the Israel-Hezbollah crisis in 2006, for which CNN received the Edward R. Murrow Award. Gorani was also one of CNN’s editors, Emmy News and Documentary, for the coverage of the 2011 Egyptian Revolution network that contributed to the ousting of then-president Hosni Mubarak.

At the beginning of 2009, she presented The Middle East Challenge, a special hour-long show that took an informative and thought-provoking look at the threats and commitments facing the Middle East. Gorani formerly hosted Inside the Middle East, a monthly show showcasing stories about the most relevant social, political and cultural problems in the region. During her five years as a host, she focused on a variety of lively and thought-provoking tales, including oil-rich Bahrain poverty; regular hardships for artists living in Iraq; and gay life in the Middle East, which was the first on international television to be nominated for the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Slander (GLAAD).

In 2008, Gorani attended the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, and moderated the closing session, which included a variety of business and political figures, including Tony Blair, Nobel Peace Prize laureate Elie Wiesel and JP Morgan Chase & Co. James Dimon, Chairman and CEO. Hala joined CNN in 1998 at Bloomberg Television in London, where she served as an anchor. She has also reported for the French network France 3, reporting news for the French cable network Paris Premiere. Gorani began her career in journalism working for the French newspaper La Voix du Nord and the news service Agency France Presse.