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Julie Etchingham is a gifted journalist and newsreader. She rose to prominence as the host of News round, a children’s news program. She presently works for ITV News at Ten as a newscaster.
What is the net worth of Julie Etchingham?
Julie Etchingham is one of the wealthiest journalists and one of the most well-known. Julie Etchingham’s net worth is estimated to be $1.5 million, according to Wikipedia, Forbes, and Business Insider. Etchingham married television producer Nick Gardner in 1997. They have two boys, both of whom were born in the London boroughs of Hammersmith and Fulham. Etchingham joined Sky News in 2002 and has since presented several shows for the network, including Sky News Today. After Sky took over as Five’s news source in January 2005, she was also an infrequent broadcaster on Five News.
Early Childhood Development and Education
Etchingham was born in Leicester England, on August 21, 1969. She is of White origin and British by nationality. Her parents were both teachers and raised her in Leicester as a Roman Catholic. Etchingham attended English Martyrs Catholic School in Leicester for elementary and high school. She subsequently went to Newnham College at the University of Cambridge, where she earned a Bachelor’s degree in English.
She co-presented the student program of BBC Radio Cambridgeshire’s ‘On the Edge,’ which was produced by Ian Peacock, during her time at the university.
Etchingham began her media career while still a student, working for Leicester-based BBC Radio before enrolling in the BBC graduate program.
Etchingham quickly rose through the ranks of the BBC Midlands’ ‘Midlands Today,’ and was eventually assigned to host a national station in London. She has hosted BBC TV programming such as Breaking News, Newsround, and others as a presenter.
Etchingham began working as a host and presenter for Sky News in 2002. Sky News Today, Five, and other Sky programs are among her credits. She left Sky News after years of service and joined ITV on October 31, 2007.
Etchingham was engaged by ITV to co-host the news program ‘News at Ten’ with Sir Trevor McDonald. Julie Anne will host a new Tonight program beginning in early 2010, according to an announcement made in October 2009, and the programme would air once a week on Thursday.
Etchingham and Phillip Schofield co-hosted ITV’s coverage of Prince William and Kate Middleton’s wedding in April 2011. She and Schofield were named as co-hosts of the BBC’s coverage of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee in June in April 2012.
Julie Anne was named as the host of a televised leaders debate for ITV ahead of the 2015 general election in March 2015, the only discussion including Prime Minister David Cameron that year. The debate was held on April 2nd. Later, she and Tom Bradby co-hosted ITV’s coverage of the general election.
In October 2015, News at Ten reopened with former political editor Tom Bradby, and returned to a single newscaster format. Julie Anne remained on the show as Deputy Anchor with Rageh Omaar. She served as the moderator for Cameron and Farage Live: The EU Referendum and The ITV Referendum Debate in June 2016.
Many critics have commended Etchingham’s style of news presentation, and he has received numerous honors, including the Royal Television Society’s ‘Presenter of the Year’ award in 2010 and 2016, as well as the London Press Club’s ‘Broadcast Journalist of the Year’ award in April 2016.
Etchingham is a woman who has been married for a long time. She is a devout follower of the Catholic faith. She married television producer Nick Gardner. In 1997, the couple tied the knot. They met for the first time while working on the BBC’s News round show. The couple has two children together. Her two sons were born in Hammersmith and Fulham.
The Internet and Social Media
Etchingham is also active on social media, such as Twitter, where she posts news and updates on her interests.
|Date of Birth:||1969 , August-21|
|Age:||52 years old|
|Birth Name||Julie Anne Etchingham|
|Weight in KG||N/A|
|Married to||Nick Gardner (m. 1997)|
|Education||University of Cambridge|
|TV Show||ITV News at Ten, Tonight|