When you think of CNN, you immediately think of its most famous correspondent Gary Tuchman. However, his career has gone beyond that, and his wealth has grown even bigger. While he has been a national correspondent for the network since 1990, Tuchman also works as a video journalist at NY1 and is the live correspondent for CNN’s annual New Year’s Eve special. His net worth is estimated to be in the hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Gary Tuchman started out as a reporter and later worked as a primary anchor at WPEC-TV in West Palm Beach, Florida. He also attended Boston University where he earned a Bachelor of Science in broadcast journalism. In 2003, he was given a Distinguished Alumni Award. In 2002, he covered the first Loya Jirga since the fall of the Taliban in Afghanistan.
Tuchman’s career began in television, as a reporter for WPEC TV in West Palm Beach, Florida. He also earned an Emmy nomination for his investigative series for WPEC News. While working at WPEC, Tuchman covered hurricanes Katrina, Rita, and Wilma and was also the only journalist allowed into the mine during the search and rescue effort. In 2011, he returned to Iraq to cover the U.S. invasion of Iraq. His net worth has increased steadily.