Hala Gorani net worth, personal life, career

Hala Gorani net worth, personal life, career

Hala Gorani (Hala Basha Gorani) is a news anchor who was born on March 1, 1970 in Seattle, Washington, United States. Learn about Hala Gorani’s biography, age, height, physical stats, dating/affairs, family, and profession. Learn how wealthy She is this year and how She spends her money. Also, how did she amass the majority of her net worth at the age of 50?

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Age, Biography and Wiki

Popular AsHala Basha Gorani
OccupationNews anchor
Age51 years old
Zodiac SignPisces
Born1 March 1970
Birthday1 March
BirthplaceSeattle, Washington, United States
NationalityUnited States

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Hala Gorani Height, Weight & Measurements

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Who Is Hala Gorani’s Husband?

Her husband is Christian Streib (m. 2015)

Hala Gorani Net Worth

In 2020-2021, her net worth increased substantially. So, how much is Hala Gorani worth now, at the age of 51? Hala Gorani’s main source of income is her career as a news anchor. She is a native of the United States. Hala Gorani’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets have all been calculated.

Net Worth in 2021$1 Million – $5 Million
Salary in 2020Under Review
Net Worth in 2019Pending
Salary in 2019Under Review
Source of IncomeNews anchor
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Hala Gorani net worth, personal life, career
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Gorani received another News and Documentary Emmy nomination in 2018 for Outstanding Breaking News Coverage, Manchester Concert Attack. That same year, she and her crew were nominated for an Emmy for their coverage of “Syria: Gasping for Life in Khan Sheikhoun.”


Gorani received an honorary doctorate from George Mason University in May 2015 and gave the graduation speech to that year’s graduating students.

Gorani was a key part of CNN’s large crew that covered the action, aftermath, and investigation of terrorist attacks in Paris, France, over the weekend of November 13–15, 2015.

On June 14, 2015, Gorani married German CNN photographer Christian Streib in Jardin Majorelle, Morocco.


Gorani was one of the CNN journalists honored with a News and Documentary Emmy for the network’s coverage of Egypt’s 2011 revolution, which resulted in the removal of the country’s then-president, Hosni Mubarak. She covered the January Charlie Hebdo massacre and the November ISIS assaults from Paris in 2015.


Gorani also covered the catastrophic 2010 Haiti earthquake, for which CNN received a Golden Nymph award, one of the greatest prizes in international journalism, at that year’s Monte-Carlo Television Festival. Gorani often travels into the field to report on big breaking news items in addition to her anchoring responsibilities. She was part of a small group of journalists permitted into Syria for the first time since the demonstrations started in late June to report the situation there. She previously reported from Jordan and Egypt extensively, and her coverage of the Arab Spring helped CNN earn a Peabody Award in 2012.


Gorani visited the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, in 2008, and chaired the final session, which included Tony Blair, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Elie Wiesel, and JP Morgan Chase & Co. Chairman and CEO James Dimon.


She worked at the CNN Center in Atlanta, Georgia, from 2004 until 2014, before returning to London in 2014.


Yann Moix, a French writer, dedicated his debut book Jubilations Vers le Ciel to her in 1996.


Gorani was reared mostly in Paris, France. She has also spent time in Algeria. Her given name, “Ha’la,” is an Arabic name that means “halo surrounding the moon.” She received a Bachelor of Science in economics from George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia, near Washington, D.C., and a Master of Arts in political science from the Institut d’études politiques (Sciences Po) in Paris in 1995. Gorani claims that she is a foreigner everywhere she travels because of her multi-national experiences throughout her formative years, the pronunciation of her name, and her accent.


Gorani worked as a correspondent for La Voix du Nord and Agence France-Presse before joining France 3 in 1994. She joined CNN in 1998 as an anchor for CNN International’s European morning program CNN Today, after a spell at Bloomberg Television in London. She has subsequently reported from every Middle Eastern nation. Gorani was one of the first television reporters on the scene in Amman, Jordan, when Al Qaeda suicide bombers struck two hotels in November 2005. She previously covered Israel’s unilateral withdrawal from Gaza in 2005. She reported the 2006 Lebanon War from Lebanon in the summer of 2006, earning CNN an Edward R. Murrow Award. She oversaw CNN’s coverage of the French presidential elections in 2002 and 2007.


Hala Basha-Gorani (born March 1, 1970) is an American journalist living in London who works as an anchor and reporter for CNN International. She now hosts CNN’s Hala Gorani Tonight, which airs weeknights at 8 p.m. CET. Gorani co-hosted Your World Today with Jim Clancy until February 2009, and then International Desk from CNN’s Atlanta headquarters until April 2014.

Gorani was born in Seattle, Washington in 1970. She describes herself as having “quite an international background… I’m a US citizen with Syrian Arab parents.”

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