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Brooke Baldwin Biography

Brooke Baldwin (Lauren Brooke Baldwin) is an American journalist and television news anchor born on 12th July 1979 in Atlanta, Georgia, United States. She hosts CNN Newsroom with Brooke Baldwin. She is also the creator and host of ‘American Woman’, a CNN digital series that focuses on the stories of trailblazing women who have broken barriers in their respective fields.

Brooke Baldwin Age

She was born on 12 July 1979 in Atlanta, Georgia, United States. She is 39 years old as of 2018.

Brooke Baldwin Parents

They are no details about Brooke’s parents only that she belonged to a middle-class American family and her mother was a teacher while her father was a consultant at Deloitte.

Brooke Baldwin Wedding

Brooke and James Fletcher got married on 5th May 2018 in Barn at Liberty Farms in Ghent, NY. Brooke wore a stunning sleeveless Naeem Khan gown accessorized with a diamond earring and long veil and made her entrance in a white Rolls Royce.

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Brooke Baldwin Husband

Brooke married Justin Fletcher on 5th May 2018. They took met in 2015 at a party that Fletcher attended while passing through town. Fletcher took her to dinner the same night and the rest is history. Justin Fletcher is an English director and producer of ads for political campaign

Brooke Baldwin Children

Brooke Baldwin does not have any children yet (as of 2018)

Brooke Baldwin Education

Brooke attended The Westminster Schools, which is a private college preparatory school and later joined the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill graduating with a double bachelor’s degree in journalism and Spanish in 2010. While at UNC she studied at Universidad Iberoamericana in Mexico City.

Brooke Baldwin Career

In 2001 Brooke joined WVIR-TV in Charlottesville, Virginia. She later became the morning anchor at WOWK-TV in Huntington and West Virginia area.

Brooke joined WTTG in Washington, D.C as a lead reporter for the 10 pm newscast. In 2010 she signed a contact with CNN and HLN Network where she worked as a contributor on Rick’s List, hosted by Rick Sanchez. She was fired from the show in 2010 for making anti-Semitic remarks.

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Baldwin joined CNN in 2008 where she anchors CNN Newsroom with Brooke Baldwin from 2 to 4pm ET on weekdays and is based in New York City.

On July 8, 2011, she co-anchored CNN’s special coverage of the final launch of Space Shuttle Atlantis (STS-135) from Kennedy Space Center.

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In 2012, her documentary “To Catch a Killer” won a Silver World Medal for Best Investigative Report at the New York Festivals International Television & Film Awards.

In January 2013, She covered President Obama’s second inauguration from Washington, D.C. In 2015, she hosted a town hall in Washington, D.C. on gun violence, for which she was a Peabody Award finalist.

In April 2015, she was featured by Variety her in “Brooke Baldwin Gives Surprising Boost to CNN”. In December the same year, The New York Times interviewed Baldwin after writing an op-ed on about covering mass shootings in America. Marie Claire magazine also interviewed her on the subject of covering mass shootings.

In June 2016, she reported live from Orlando covering the victims and survivors of the Pulse nightclub scene which is the second largest mass shooting in the U.S. where 49 people were murdered, and 53 injured. In 2016, Baldwin was featured by Elle magazine as one of five female correspondents during the election year of 2016.

In the same year on October 18, Baldwin criticized Donald Trump’s call for term limits on members of Congress by incorrectly saying that such limits already existed.

On January 20, 2017, she covered President Trump’s inauguration from Washington, D.C.

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Brooke is the creator and host of ‘American Woman’, a CNN digital series which focuses on the stories of trailblazing women who have broken barriers in their respective fields and are now helping other women do the same.

Brooke Baldwin Measurements

Height : 5 ft 9 in or 175 cm
Weight : 67 kg or 148 lbs
Hair Color : Dark Brown
Eye Color : Blue
Measurements : 36-27-36 in or 91.5-69-91.5 cm
Dress Size: 10 (US) or 42 (EU)
Bra Size : 34B
Shoe Size : 8.5 (US)

Brooke Baldwin Salary

According to Payscale, the average salary of a news anchor in CNN is $59,679 per annum, and therefore, as an experienced anchor, Baldwin enjoys a salary above the average.

Brooke Baldwin Jay David

Brooke was rumored to be married to a veterinarian, Jay David, according to online news portal, a claim that she has denied saying that she has never seen the Jay David nor got any connections with him.

Brooke Baldwin Boobs

In September 2017 Brooke Baldwin ended her segment abruptly after Clay Travis, Fox Sports radio host, described himself as a “First Amendment absolutist” said, “I believe in the First Amendment and boobs.”

Baldwin cut him short and asked “I just wanted to make sure I heard you correctly as a woman anchoring this show, what did you just say? You believe in the First Amendment and b-double-o-b-s?”

Travis responded; “Boobs. Two things that have only never let me down in this entire country’s history, the First Amendment and boobs. Those are the two things I believe in absolutely in the country.”

Baldwin asked him why he would say that on a national television with a female host and ended the segment early.

“Why would you even say this live on national television and with a female host? Why would you even go there?… That was entirely inappropriate.”

Brooke Baldwin N word

In November 2016 Brooke Baldwin took a swing at Charles Kaiser a political commentator who used a racial slur on her show. They were discussing recently-appointed Donald Trump adviser Stephen Bannon who Kaiser accused of having previously used the N-word

‘If you don’t want to support the alt-right, don’t choose as a White House counselor a man who uses the word n****r.’

Baldwin allowed Kaiser to finish his statement and as soon as he finished Brooke reprimanded him.

‘Charles, just, hang on a second, I appreciate you going through all of this, but please don’t use the N-word on my show.’

Kaiser on his part apologized and said he never used the word except when quoting.

‘I’m sorry, I never use the n-word, except when I’m quoting someone who’s been appointed by the president to serve in the Oval Office since this is such a disgusting moment in our history.’

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Brooke Baldwin Readies New Run of ‘American Woman’ for CNN

Baldwin is launching a second run of her digital series, “American Woman,” devoted to stories of women who are breaking conventions.The newest iteration is called “American Woman in Politics.”  The first run, which appeared earlier this year, profiled well-known women like Sheryl Crow, Betty White, Tracy Reese and Ashley Graham who had shattered boundaries. The next group of interviews focuses on women who may not be as broadly popular, but who are also blazing new paths.

After the first season of the program, Baldwin and her producers “put our heads together. We read the political tea leaves. Not long ago, I had this feeling based upon what I was reading that one of the stories this fall was going to be the number of women on the ballot,” she said in an interview. “We jumped ahead, producing these full-bodied stories so that they can be viewed in the weeks before November 6th.” The five-part series will stream online and appear  in segments during her TV slot starting today.

Launch of the program shows the AT&T-owned cable-news network continuing to hone its interest in digital video. CNN anchor Anderson Cooper has been hosting a series on Facebook Watch, for example, and the company operates a separate company. Great Big Story, devoted to short videos on all kinds of topics ranging from travel to quirky nostalgia.

Among the subjects are Stacey Abrams, the Democrat running to be the first female African-American governor of Georgia, and the series also includes a profile of tens of women running for office in Alabama. “I started digging around in Alabama,” Baldwin added, where “more than 70 black women are running for office, all up and down the ballot.” Each episode lasts between five and 13 minutes. She said she appreciates the extra time the series gives her to delve more deeply into a particular subject or profile,

Baldwin typically does the work for her digital project in her spare time, she says, “We mostly spent weekends in the summer crisscrossing, watching various women in Idaho, Alabama, Georgia and Ohio,” she adds, hoping the stories she tells will inspire viewers from the right and the left and make them more aware of various political races. “There is something in all of these women’s’ stories that everyone will be able to relate to,” Baldwin says.

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