Jacqueline Barnathan Biography
Jacqueline Barnathan is the executive director of CBS and an Emmy Award-winning senior producer at CBS News. In addition to CBS, she has also worked at CBS Evening News and the CBS Early Show. She was also the First Deputy Press secretary for Rudolph Giuliani, the 107th Mayor of New York City, in 1994.
Jacqueline Barnathan Family
She was born to Julius Barnathan, a broadcast engineer who served as the President of Broadcast operations at ABC. Jacqueline is currently married to Ken Marlin, an investment banker, international strategist, author, and founder and managing partner of Marlin & Associates. The couple lives together with their daughter in New York.
Jacqueline Barnathan Career
Her career in journalism began as she was studying at the American University. There, she was the General Manager of the campus’ television station. She graduated from here in 1986. Sometime later, she joined ABC News in Washington. She worked on “Nightline”, a late-night news program with a franchised formula to other networks and stations elsewhere in the world, “World News Tonight”, “This Week with David Brinkley” and “Good Morning America”, a morning television show that is broadcast on ABC. In addition, she also worked for Fox Television station WNYW in New York.
Right before Jacqueline started working for CBS News, she produced the 5, 6 and 11 pm broadcasts for WCBS-TV, the flagship station of the CBS Television Network, located in New York City.
Her coverage of momentous events that happened since the 11th of September 2001 led to her garnering an Emmy Award. She got another Emmy Award for Outstanding coverage of the capture of Saddam Hussein on the CBS Evening News Weekend Edition, the flagship evening television news program of CBS News. She got nominated again for yet another Emmy Award in 2006 for her work on “The Election of the Pope” with CBS Evening News.
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