Randi Kaye Biography, Age, Husband,Salary, Net Worth, CNN, WCCO, Twitter And Interview

Randi Kaye Biography

Randi Kaye is an American TV news journalist for CNN. She was born on November 19th, 1967 in New York City.

She attended Boston University and graduated with a degree in broadcast journalism in 1989. While still at Boston University, she joined Alpha Epsilon Phi. She began her career at ABC for Nightline before moving to KATV in Little Rock Arkansas. She has also worked for WFAA-TV in Dallas as a reporter and anchor, KMSP=TV in Minneapolis where she was hosting Everyday Living. She was also at WWOR-TV in New York City and WCCO-TV in Minneapolis as an anchor in the 5pm and 10 pm newscasts.

Randi Kaye Age

She was born on November 19th, 1967 in New York City. She is 51 years old as of 2018.

Randi Kaye Husband | Randi Kaye Married | Randi Kaye Is She Married

Randi has kept her personal life very private and there is no information indicating whether she is married or not. There are some rumors however that she is already married.

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Randi Kaye Net Worth

She has an estimated net worth of $ 4 million.

Randi Kaye Salary

She earns approximately $ 400K per year.

Randi Kaye CNN

She joined CNN in December 2004. Apart from being a national correspondent, she is also an investigative for Anderson Cooper 360°. She was previously an anchor on CNN Newsroom. In April 2013, she left the Newsroom and went back to Anderson Cooper 360°.

Randi Kaye WCCO

She worked at WCCO-TV in Minneapolis as an anchor in the 5 pm and 10 pm newscasts.

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Randi Kaye Interview

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Journalist Randi Kaye joined marijuana enthusiasts in Denver during this year’s annual coverage.

Source; hollywoodreporter.com

CNN anchor Randi Kaye rang in the New Year from Denver on Sunday’s NYE coverage on the news network.

Reporting live from the Mile High City, Kaye joined denizens of the Cannibus, a party bus loaded with marijuana enthusiasts, and showed off a gas mask bong to hosts Andy Cohen and Anderson Cooper via satellite.

After explaining how the bong worked (without partaking), Kaye handed it off to a local Denver citizen who showed the smoking apparatus in action, taking a mighty puff from the mask as Kaye lit the bowl.

Kaye was quick to assure Cooper and Cohen that marijuana use was legal in Denver.

Later in the broadcast, Kaye reported from a “puff, pass and paint party” where she appeared on-air holding a burning joint, though she did not take a pull from it. Kaye traversed the party, chatting with smokers painting their works and holding her own joint.