Jacob Soboroff Biography
Jacob Soboroff born as Jacob Hirsch Soboroff is a correspondent for NBC News and MSNBC. He debuted on the network on September 2015. He is well known for previously the host of YouTube Nation and the co-host of TakePart Live on Pivot TV. He was a founding host and producer of HuffPost Live, the live streaming network of The Huffington Post.
Jacob Soboroff Age
Soboroff was born on March 27th in 1983 in Los Angeles, California, U.S. He is 37 years old as of 2019
Jacob Soboroff Family | Family
Soboroff was born the eldest son of Patti Soboroff, his mother and the President of the Los Angeles Board of Police Commissioners, Steve Soboroff (Father). His father, an individual from the Board of Directors of the Weingart Foundation had recently served Playa Vista as an administrator. He was raised together with his four siblings; four siblings, his three sisters Hannah Soboroff, Molly Soboroff, and Leah Soboroff and a brother, Miles Soboroff
Jacob Soboroff Wife | Married
Jacob Soboroff is married to wife Nicole Cari. The couple is married for several years now, giving a serious relationship goal. The pair who together seem to be living a joyous life even after years of marriage is blessed with a son whose snaps he often posts on social media. Onscreen the pair is extremely private when it comes to speaking publicly on his relationship and romantic affair with wife Nicole.
Jacob Soboroff Education
Soboroff was enrolled at the Harvard-Westlake School. He then joined the New York University where he received a Bachelor of Arts in politics in 2005 and a Master of Arts in political theory and philosophy in 2006.
Jacob Soboroff Career | NBC
Soboroff began his career as a contributor to MTV’s 2012 presidential election coverage, for which he discussed America’s young voters with GOP candidate Mitt Romney. As the founding correspondent for AMC News, He interviewed actors and filmmakers. Soboroff co-hosted NBC’s proactive school makeover show School Pride. He has contributed reporting to CNN, NPR’s Weekend Edition and the PBS series WIRED Science. Between January and December 2014 Soboroff hosted YouTube Nation, a pop-culture-oriented news show on YouTube.Jacob Soboroff Photo
While a correspondent for MSNBC, He specializes in border issues, making him one of the first reporters to call public attention to the Trump administration family separation policy, whereby children were separated from parents who crossed the U.S.-Mexico border without proper documentation. He was also one of ten journalists invited by authorities to tour Casa Padre, a facility in Texas housing 1500 boys ages 10 to 17. He described it as “shocking… an old Walmart which has essentially been turned into a child prison.
Soboroff as well as a member of the board of Why Tuesday, a nonpartisan group working to increase American voter participation, and as a member of the City Year Los Angeles associates board. He was also was a speaker at TEDActive 2011, TEDxPhoenix 2011-11-11, TEDxTalk, about “Why do we vote on Tuesday? His talk about increasing American voter turnout was featured on the main stage at TED 2012 in Long Beach.
Jacob Soboroff Net Worth
Jacob has not yet revealed the actual figure of his net worth and annual salary. Though for his career at the NBC News as well as covering important news stories for MSNBC, he is likely to have amassed a considerable amount of fortune by now. Jacob has made a successful career as a news correspondent in his own right. Before him joining the NBC News, he had served TakeePart Live as a co-anchor and HuffPost Live as a founding producer-anchor which might have further raked him a lucrative amount of fortune.
Jacob Soboroff Height
His average height records are not available
Jacob Soboroff Awards
He was among the winners of the 10th biennial Walter Cronkite Awards for his Excellence in Television Political Journalism. The winners were announced by the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism. He together with Walter Cronkite was honored by USC Annenberg in the Individual Achievement by a National Journalist category: Soboroff and PBS Frontline correspondent A.C. Thompson.