Know the career achievement of NBC News’ Savannah Guthrie

By: Anthony Norman  |   | 

Savannah Guthrie commenced her journalism career by serving for ABC affiliate, KMIZ located in Columbia, Missouri, before moving to Tucson and working with NBC affiliate, KVOA. Her stint there was for five years and then she accepted the job at WRC-TV in Washington, D.C. There she covered some serious events, including 2001 anthrax attack and the September 11 attacks.

After gaining some experience in journalism, she resumed her further studies and graduated Magna Cum Laude from Georgetown University Law Center.  No wonder, you must be asking if Savannah Guthrie is an attorney. To answer that, yes she is. She worked as a litigation contributor for a law firm called Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld. Also, she has covered numerous famous cases, such as the trail of Michael Jackson, Carlie Brucia’s murder trial, and Martha Stewart case.

In September of 2007, she returned to NBC News as their legal communicator, before becoming the channel’s White House reporter between the year 2008 to 2011. In the role, she covered  the Sarah Plain’s vice-presidential campaign. Additionally, she is a substitute anchor for NBC Nightly News and an NBC News presenter. Since 2012, she started working as a co-anchor for Today, replacing Ann Curry. 

Since her career as a journalist is successful, you must be wondering, how much does Savannah Guthrie earn? She is estimated to draw $500 thousand salary per year and her net worth is whopping $2 million. 


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