Chip Reid is an American journalist who is briefly known for his work in the CBS News and NBC News networks. In 2011, Reid was named CBS News National correspondent.
Is Chip Reid Married?
The successful Chip Reid is presently married to his wife Nina Black Reid. The duo tied the knot in 2006 in the presence of their close friends and family.
The pair shares unconditional love for one another and presently reside in Washington, D.C. It looks like Reid and his wife share a good bond as there is no sign of divorce between them.
Chip and his wife Nina do not share any child together. However, they do call their three dogs and a cat their children. Nina frequently shares pictures of their dogs, Lulu and Buster, and cat, Gracie on her Facebook account.
Chip Reid's Net Worth & Earning as a Journalist
Chip Reid possesses a net worth of $400,000 as of 2020. And, Mr. Reid gathered such colossal fortune from his career as an American news producer, reporter, and correspondent.
On average news producers and reporters earn $71,680 and $43,345 per annum. Similarly, the average salary of a news correspondent lies between $30,000-$50,000.
Chip Reid's Career
Chip Reid started his career as a specialist in litigation and lobbying in 1986. Before that, he practiced law as a counsel of the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee for four years.
In 1988, Chip started his career in journalism after joining the ABC News network. He worked as a field producer in Washington for one year. Following that, Reid later joined WTTG-TV and WJLA-TV to work as a television reporter.
Reid started working for the NBC network in 1996 where he spent almost four years while covering some of the major works in his career. Later in 2007, Reid joined CBS News as Capitol Hill Correspondent. Similarly, in the June of 2011, he was also named CBS News National Correspondent. Just like Reid, Jason Sacca and Jeff Pegues are also CBS News journalists.
Quick Facts of Chip Reid
- Chip Reid was born in Wilmington, Delaware, United States.
- He was raised alongside his two brothers by his father, Charles H. Reid, and his mother, Norma Reid.
- Graduated with a degree in psychology from Vassar College in 1977 and a Master's of Public Affairs degree from Princeton University in 1982.
- Reid also holds a law degree from Columbia Law School.
- In 2004, he worked as a political coverage anchor for MSNBC channel.