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Hadas Gold biography and wiki
Hadas Gold is a media and business reporter for CNN and CNN International based in Jerusalem. Gold previously covered media, technology and politics for CNN in London, focusing on how all three interact and influence each other. Gold training at 60 Minutes, Politifact and Cox newspapers before becoming a freelance producer for Colombian TV network NTN 24 and then a media reporter at Politicowhere he led the blog “On the Media” and covered the 2016 presidential campaign.
Hadas Gold Education
He graduated from Desert Mountain High School in 2006. He graduated from George Washington University with a BA in Journalism and an MA in Media and Public Affairs.
hadas golden age
How old is Hadas? Gold is 34 years old till 2022. He was born on 25 February 1988 in Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel.
Hadas Gold Height
Hadas stands at a height of 5 feet 5 inches (1.65 m). Read also: Barbara Walters
Hadas Gold Nationality and Ethnicity
Hadas belongs to a mixed ethnicity/heritage. He was born and raised in Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel. She holds American nationality and citizenship by birth.
Hadas Gold Family and Parents
Gould was born and raised in Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel to a Jewish family. His parents were Daphna and Yoram Gould. Her father is a former member of the Israeli Defense Forces who now works as a project manager for a pharmaceutical company, and her mother is a Hebrew teacher.
Hadas Gold Husband| Husband or wife
She is happily married to Christopher Alex Hooton, an economist in Scottsdale since 2017.
hadas gold net worth
Gold has an estimated net worth of $500,000. She currently earns a good amount of money from her work as a reporter working on Newsnation an American TV news program.
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Hadas Gold CNN | career
During college, she worked as a news and features editor at The GW Hatchet, where she was recognized by the Society of Professional Journalists and the Associated College Press. In 2011, he was awarded a prestigious fellowship by the Pulitzer Center. Gold interned at 60 Minutes, Politico and Cox Newspapers before working as a freelance producer for the Colombian TV network NTN 24 and then as a media reporter at Politico, where she wrote “On the Media” blog and covered the 2016 presidential campaign. She left Politico after five years to work as a politics, media and global business reporter for CNN. In 2017, Mediaite named Gould as one of the “Most Influential Media Journalists”. She is currently a member of the George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs National Council. Anti-Semitic threats, tweets and emails were sent to Gould in October 2016, including death threats. At the time, other prominent Jewish journalists received similar threats, including CNN’s Jake Tapper, Jeffrey Goldberg, editor-in-chief of The Atlantic, Jonathan Weissman of The New York Times, and Ben Shapiro of The Daily Wire.