Susan Spencer Wiki
Susan Spencer is an American television news correspondent, and reporter known for corresponding at 48 Hours Mystery and CBS Sunday Morning .
Susan Spencer Biography
She studied and graduated from Michigan State University with a bachelor’s degree in journalism in 1968. She completed her master’s in journalism in 1969.
Susan Spencer CBS
From 1971 to 1972, she worked for CBS-owned WCBS-TV as a researcher in New York. She was also a producer and a writer for public as a reporter and co-anchor in 1972 to 1977, for Minneapolis-based CBS station WCCO-TV. She joined CBS News’ Washington bureau in 1977 and became a correspondent the following year.
She was named medical correspondent for CBS News in 1986, and anchored the CBS Sunday Night News from 1987 to 1988. She become a substitute anchor from 1987 through 1988 and anchored the Sunday edition of CBS Evening News from 1988 through 1989. She reported on the death of Emperor Hirohito of Japan and Tiananmen Square protests in 1989, and reported major international events like the Persian Gulf War, based in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, a year later.
She covered the first inauguration of President Bill Clinton and the re-election campaign of President George Herbert Walker Bush as a national correspondent. She was then CBS News’ White House main correspondent for its “Eye on America” segments. Since 1993, she has been correspondent for 48 Hours, covering subjects ranging from custody battles in the United States to drug wars in Colombia.
Susan Spencer Age
Even though details about her year of birth are still unrevealed, she celebrates her birthday every year on 10 June and was born in Memphis, Tennessee.
Susan Spencer Husband
She is married to Tom Oliphant, Washington columnist for The Boston Globe, and author. The information about their marriage life and when they got married is not known, for she has always kept her personal life secret.
Susan Spencer Death
She is alive and kicking
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