Laurie Orlando is an American journalist currently serving as a Senior Vice President of talent strategy for CBS News based in New York. Apart from her career, people are much more interested in knowing about her relationship status and lifestyle.
Laurie Orlando is Married with an 'Adopted' Son
News reporter Laurie Orlando is happily married to her longer-term husband Stu Ginsburg for over two decades. Orlando and Ginsburg tied the knot on 20th August 1996. However, she has managed to keep her personal details away from the media. Information regarding Orlando's parents and siblings is also presently under review.
But, Laurie is a proud mom to Leo Ginsburg and a supportive wife to her husband. The news reporter says she lives in Connecticut with her family. Laurie Orlando is truly a proud mother as her Twitter bio reads "is a mom to Leo, a wife, a friend." Laurie also often shares pictures of her beloved son and husband on her Instagram handle.
However, it seems like Laurie and her husband adopted Leo as he doesn't look Caucasian, but rather Asian or Latina.
On March 15, 2021, Laurie posted a picture of her son on Instagram which showcases her tightly hugging him. At the same time she writes, "Walking on an overcast, breezy beach this morning, I found myself remembering simpler times, when anxiety was something about which we knew little, masks weren't mandatory, and hugging those you love was a distant memory."
Orlando added, "This photo of Leo and I on a similar day at the beach during those simpler times in 2008, Miss my boy and simpler times." In the same vein, Orlando uploaded another picture of her son and husband wishing Leo "National Son's day" on March 5, 2021. Laurie confessed how their world has been infinitely better since Leo arrived.
Laurie Orlando's Net Worth Collection
Laurie Orlando has summoned a net worth of $1 million as of 2021. She has earned that wealth from her successful career as a journalist. Being one of the reputed journalists of CBS, Laurie Orlando generates an annual salary ranging between $20,000 to $100,000.
Orlando, who has served as Chief Executive Officer of ESPN, oversees the recruiting and growth of young hires and strategic strategy for the news division. She previously worked as Senior Vice President, Talent Creation, and Strategy at ESPN since 2008.
Besides, she had been a Senior Vice President, Executive Producer for MSG and Fox Sports New York (September 2006-December 2007). Before this, she worked as Vice President, Planning, Original Programming and Development and Vice President, Remote and Feature Production at College Sports Television.
Likewise, Orlando did major management and programming roles by playing a vital role in the teams that launched five networks, including The Comedy Channel, Classic Sports Network, Oxygen Media, CSTV, and The Mtn.
Orlando began her broadcasting career in 1980 as a news intern for WRGB-TV in Albany, N.Y. In 1986, she interned with "Late Night with David Letterman" before heading to Showtime and HBO's Comedy Channel.
Laurie Orlando - Quick Facts
- Graduated from Syracuse with a Bachelor of Science degree in Foreign Affairs from the Maxwell School of Citizenship and a Bachelor of Arts in Broadcasting and Video Composition from the Newhouse School of Public Communications.
- Member of the Advisory Board of Syracuse University Falk School of Sports and Human Dynamics.
- Graduate student adviser at Newhouse School.
- Member of Women in Cable Television (WICT) and Women in Competition and Activities (WISE).
- Laurie Orlando is a passionate believer, thinker, listener, writer, producer, student, foodie, and traveler.
- Laurie is active on social networking sites like Instagram and Twitter.
- Laurie Orlando founded "eat-create-love-2020" to cook for her family and hope in Italy during the Covid-19 pandemic.