Ben Tracy Biography
Ben Tracy born Benjamin Sampair Tracy is an american correspondent known for covering the eastern news, primarily for the CBS Evening News with Jeff Glor and CBS This Morning.
He worked as a reporter at WBAY-TV Green Bay and WISN-TV Milwaukee Wisconsin. He has received five Emmy Awards and the Alfred DuPont-Columbia award for excellence in broadcast journalism.
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He begun working at CBS News from January 2008, as a reporter for the CBS-owned station, WCCO-TV in Minneapolis, where he was a member of the station’s investigative team, covering many major stories, including the methamphetamine epidemic and the collapse of the 35W bridge.
Ben Tracy Age
He was born on 16 July 1976 in Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States. He is 42 years old as of 2018.
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Ben is so secretive, we have no information about his past relationships. Some even suspect him to be gay, but still, nothing has proved this to be true. We will update you soon if any information about his relationship status is known, or when he accepts to open up.
Ben Tracy Education
He studied and graduated from St. Thomas Academy. He later studied and graduated in Marquette University with bachelor’s degrees in political science and broadcast journalism and with a master’s degree in public service.
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CBS News’ Benjamin Sampair Tracy on ‘Most Surreal’ Assignment in North Korea
Correspondent there to witness nuclear testing site, or at least part of it, getting blown up.
Updated: May 25, 2018.
Benjamin Sampair Tracy, foreign correspondent at CBS News, offered a rare perspective on the ongoing drama involving the U.S. and North Korea. Based in Beijing, Tracy was in North Korea to witness what the North Koreans claim is the destruction of their main nuclear testing site. Tracy said CBS News and CNN were the only U.S. media there to witness the demolition.
“North Korea does not invite journalists to the country often,” he told B&C, adding that CBS News regularly asks to enter, presumably putting it higher on the list when North Korea wanted to spread the word of its site demolition.
Tracy said about 20 media personnel were in the country for the testing site bombing. They got to the site after an 11-hour train ride, a 1 ½ hour drive, and a hike to Punggye-ri.