Updated: 03/15/2017 10:32 AM | First Published: 02/19/2017 06:15 PM

GMA anchor Amy Robach's journey of success started from 'Today'

Amy Robach reporting refugee Olympian's news for ABC News

Amy Robach knocked the door of journalism industry while she was still in college. Her very first work experience was at South Carolina-based station WCBD-TV. Moving to Washington, she started serving at television station WTTG and remained there for few years before making her way to NBC News in 2003. She dedicated four years working at the network, as an anchor of two hours morning show. In July 2007, she was hired as a co-anchor of the NBC morning news show Weekend Today.  Her five years stint as a co-anchor of the show, finally ended on May 19, 2012.

Afterwards, she became a host of the  MSNBC morning talk show Morning Joe and and also served host of the network's political commentary show Countdown with Keith Olbermann. On May 19, 2012 marked a significant turning point on her career when she joined  ABC News. At ABC, she initially filled in as a correspondent for the morning TV show Good Morning America. On March 31, 2014, she was promoted as a news anchor of the GMA. She is still working on the popular show and receiving a wide acknowledgment from all over the place.

Robach took the first interview of her career while working for ABC News. In November 2015 she was enlisted by the network to conduct the interview of Robin William’s wife Susan Schneider who was facing the first media interview, after her husband Robin Williams committed Suicide. 

From her over a decade long broadcasting career, Amy has collected colossal net worth of $1.5 million. Reports has it that the news anchor is receiving a salary of $500 thousands.