American journalist Martha Raddatz, born on February 14, 1953 (/raedts/), works for ABC News. She covers international affairs as the network’s chief correspondent for Nightline, ABC’s World News Tonight with David Muir, and other network shows.
Raddatz has written for The New Republic in addition to her employment with ABC News, and she frequently appears on PBS’s Washington Week. The co-anchor and main replacement anchor for This Week with George Stephanopoulos is Raddatz.
Bio of Martha Raddatz
Edward Dustin Raddatz and Doris Elaine Anderson welcomed Martha Raddatz into the world on February 14, 1953, in Idaho Falls, Idaho, in the United States. According to reports, after Martha’s father passed away, her mother opted to pack up her belongings and move in with Martha’s older sister, where Martha began to take an interest in the journalistic field.
Martha finished her official education at East Lake High in Salt Lake City, Utah (in 1971). Later, in order to further her studies, she enrolled in the University of Utah. But regrettably, for certain personal circumstances, she was unable to finish her degree and made the choice to find employment at a nearby train station.
In Idaho Falls, Raddatz was born. Later, her family shifted to Salt Lake City. Although she was a student at the University of Utah, she left to work at a nearby station.
The Complete Career Insights of Martha Raddatz
As was already indicated, Martha Raddatz gave up her degree and found employment at a nearby train station. She became a station ticket announcer since she was very interested in podcasting. She received a job offer to host a local news channel after six months of working at the same station. The very next day, Martha joined the channel because she was so thrilled.
Well, Martha was working extremely hard until she was let go for an unspecified cause. After a year had passed, she applied for a job at ABC News, where she was fortunate to be hired. She currently works with David Muir as the network’s top foreign affairs correspondent for ABC’s “World News Tonight.”
The Value of Martha Raddatz as Of September 2022
Recent sources claim that Martha Raddatz has an estimated net worth of $20 million, which she earns from her work as an ABC News reporter.
Journalist Ben Bradlee Jr. was the first husband of Martha Raddatz. From 1991 to 1997, she was married to businessman and attorney Julius Genachowski. In 1997, Raddatz wed “Tom Gjelten,” her third spouse who is living with her today. Greta Bradlee and Jake Genachowski are her two kids.