Kate Snow Biography
Kate Snow is an American weekday anchor for MSNBC Live, as well as an Emmy-winning National Correspondent for NBC News and anchor of NBC Nightly News, Sunday editions. Her reporting appears across all platforms of NBC News and MSNBC, and she serves as a fill-in anchor for Nightly News and TODAY. Apart from being named National Correspondent in 2013, Snow was a correspondent for the primetime news magazine, Rock Center with Brian Williams.
Kate has been covering politics throughout her career this includes five presidential elections, the White House, and Congress. She also continues to cover developing news stories from the mass shooting in Newtown to conflict in the Middle East to allegations against Bill Cosby.
She has extensively traveled and built a reputation for stories that create change. Her 2015 series about transgender children was called a “phenomenon,” as millions of people watched a video about 5-year-old Jacob that went viral on social media, and millions more watched stories on Nightly News and TODAY. Her 2014 Emmy-nominated series, “Hooked: America’s Heroin Epidemic,” put a human face on a public health crisis, prompted congressional hearings and legislative action, and was praised by drug policy organizations. A Rock Center report on teenage foreign exchange students being abused by host parents led to new policies at the State Department. Snow’s investigative reports on texting while driving and concussions among young female soccer players sparked national conversations. In the fall of 2014, Snow was the lead correspondent reporting for NBC News on the Ebola outbreak and U.S. response.
In interviews she has covered wide range of newsmakers from President Obama to Bono; from Jeff Bezos to Ringo Starr. She pointedly questioned President Bill Clinton in his first interview after his wife lost the 2008 nomination. However, she can just as easily sing a tune with Rick Springfield.
Apart from being at NBC News in 2010, Snow was the anchor of the weekend edition of ABC’s Good Morning America for six years. There before, she was a White House correspondent for ABC News and a Congressional Correspondent for CNN.
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Kate Snow Age |How Old Is Kate Snow
She was born on June 10, 1969, in Bangor, Maine. She is 50 years old as of 2019.
Kate Snow Family
Snow was born June 10, 1969 in Bangor, Maine. She is a daughter to Dean R. Snow the renowned anthropologist and Iroquoian expert, a former professor at Pennsylvania State University while her mother was an English and dance teacher. She moved with her family to New York when she was just six months old and this saw her spend her childhood days in New York with her erudite and caring parents.
Chris Bro Kate Snow |Kate Snow Husband | Kate Snow Married
Snow is married to radio presenter Chris Bro though it is not publicly known how long they dated before marriage and when they got married. The couple has two children together named Zach Bro and Abigail Keller Bro.
Kate Snow NBC News |Kate Snow On MSNBC
Currently Kate is weekday anchor for MSNBC Live, as well as an Emmy-winning National Correspondent for NBC News and anchor of NBC Nightly News, Sunday editions. During her reporting she appears across all platforms of NBC News and MSNBC,. Kate serves as a fill-in anchor for Nightly News and TODAY. Before she was named National Correspondent in 2013, Kate was a correspondent for the primetime news magazine, Rock Center with Brian Williams.
Kate has covered politics all through her career, including five presidential elections, the White House, and Congress. Kate continues to cover developing news stories from the mass shooting in Newtown to conflict in the Middle East to allegations against Bill Cosby.
Kate Snow CNN
Prior to joining NBC News in 2010, Snow was the anchor of the weekend edition of ABC’s Good Morning America for six years. Previously, she was a White House correspondent for ABC News and a Congressional Correspondent for CNN.
Kate Snow Salary |Kate Snow Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of $3 million. However, her salary has not been revealed yet.
Kate Snow Height |Kate Snow Measurements |How Tall Is Kate Snow
Snow stands an average height of 5 feet 3 inches and her bra, waist and hip size are 33, 25, 33 respectively.
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Kate Snow Interview
NBC News national correspondent Kate Snow said Tuesday, Julie Swetnick, the third woman to accuse Judge Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct, has credibility issues. A transcript is as follows:
MELVIN: Credibility, does [Julie Swetnick] have credibility issues?
SNOW: I would say yes, because, there are, just to be clear, things that she said to me that differ from her initial statement, which was a sworn statement from last week submitted to the [Senate] Judiciary Committee. That in many people’s minds raises a credibility question. Republicans have repeatedly raised that she’s been involved in lawsuits and some other things that they say question her credibility. The interview itself, again if you watch the whole thing, you’ll see even her description of how and why she came forward and when is a little unclear. It’s a little bit hazy. There were moments in the interview, if you watch it, I think you’ll see that she seems a little unsure.
MELVIN: So, her motivations for coming forward for right now, we don’t know precisely what those are?
SNOW: Well, she says she wants to be interviewed by the FBI. To tell her side of it, she has a story to tell and she says she wants it heard. She doesn’t see why her lawyer, Michael Avenatti, they don’t see why the FBI wouldn’t talk to her because as Avenatti said to me, ‘if she’s telling the truth, the FBI is going to see that and if she’s lying, the FBI will see that.’ What are they scared of was his point of view.
MELVIN: How did she explain the differences between what she said to you and the claims she made in that sworn statement?
SNOW: I think she would say she’s just being more descriptive now. For example, the punch, everybody’s heard this notion that the punch was spiked at these parties. In her statement last week, she said that she had heard this, that Mark Judge and Brett Kavanaugh, Mark Judge his friend, were spiking the punch. In my interview with her, she didn’t go that far. She said ‘well, I saw them around the punch bowl’ and I asked her directly, ‘did you see Brett Kavanaugh spike the punch and try to get girls drunk or put quaaludes in the punch and she said ‘no, I never saw that.’ So, there’s a discrepancy between the two things.