Kevin Corke Biography
Kevin Corke is a journalist from the United States who works as a White House Correspondent for Fox News Channel in Washington, D.C. He joined the network in 2014.
How old is Kevin Corke? – Age
He was born in the United States of America. His date of birth is not revealed.
Kevin Corke Family
He has not revealed the identity of his parents and his marital status. He keeps his family life private.
Where did Kevin Corke go to high school? – Education
Corke received his Master’s degree from Harvard University, where he also received the Littauer Fellow citation for academic excellence, leadership, and a commitment to work in the public interest. He received his Master’s and Bachelor’s degrees in Journalism from the University of Colorado Boulder.
How much does Kevin Corke make on Fox News? – 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.
Kevin Corke Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $2 million.
Kevin Corke Career
Corke recently provided the most recent breaking election news from Ohio as part of FNC’s Democracy 2020 election coverage. Corke has reported from numerous continents on issues ranging from politics and international policy to trade and terrorism during his time at FNC. Corke contributed to FNC’s special live coverage of President Trump’s trip to Europe in July 2018, which included stops in Brussels, Belgium, the United Kingdom, Helsinki, Finland, and Glasgow, Scotland.
Corke worked for NBC News for four years as a member of the White House Press Corps covering the George W. Bush administration (2004-2008). In Washington, he has reported from the Pentagon, the Supreme Court, Capitol Hill, and the United States State Department. He has previously worked as a reporter for the Today Show and NBC Nightly News. During election seasons, he was an anchor for MSNBC’s Super Tuesday political coverage.
Corke has covered a wide range of stories as a journalist, including the Virginia Tech tragedy, the final Space Shuttle flight, hurricanes, and nearly every major American sporting event. He has worked as the primary news anchor at WTVJ-TV in Miami, as an anchor/reporter at KUSA-TV in Denver, and as the host of ESPN’s Sports Center, as well as a game broadcaster for the network.