The question “who is Savannah Guthrie” is surfacing the internet after she tested positive for Covid-19.
Savannah Guthrie is an American attorney and a broadcast journalist. She has been a main co-anchor of the morning show, ‘Today,’ on NBC News since July 2012.
She joined NBC News in September 2007 as a legal analyst and correspondent, regularly reporting on trials throughout the country.
Savannah Guthrie tested Covid-19 positive
Savannah Guthrie tested positive for COVID while anchoring ‘Today’ on Tuesday. The anchor unexpectedly left her program early.
In later news, Sheinelle Jones disclosed Savannah’s positive test on television during the show’s 8 a.m. hour.
Jones informed, “By the way, it has been an interesting morning for us, As we said, Savannah left early. She wasn’t feeling great, so she took a COVID test. It came back positive.”
Jones added later, “So, as soon as we found out, she rushed home to rest up. So Savannah, we love you, wishing you a speedy recovery.”
According to Celebritynetworth.com, the renowned newsreader has a net worth of $40 million.
Savannah is reported to make approximately $8 million annually from her work on Today and other shows.
After building a name for herself with her extensive political coverage, the T.V. celebrity from Australia became an official host of the show in 2012.
Savannah Guthrie, a former attorney and N.B.C. broadcast journalist, was born in Melbourne, Australia, on December 27, 1971.
Guthrie relocated to Tucson, Arizona, with her family when she was two years old, where she did grow up.
Guthrie was raised in Tucson, Arizona, where she relocated with her family when she was two years old.
Guthrie has always been interested in journalism, and after graduating from Amphitheater High School in Tucson, she enrolled straightaway at the University of Arizona. She was a top university student, graduating with honors in 1993.
The recent graduate began her career as a broadcaster at A.B.C.’s television station, KMIZ, in Columbia, Missouri, where she worked for two years.
She started working for N.B.C.’s KVOA in 1995 and stayed there for five years before moving to Washington, D.C., to work for WRC-TV.
She earned valuable broadcasting experience there, reporting on important issues such as the 9/11 Pentagon and the 2001 Anthrax attacks.
At this period, the rising journalist chose to study law and enrolled at Georgetown University Law Center, where she got her Juris Doctorate and graduated with honors.
After her law degree, she was admitted to the District of Columbia and Arizona bars after scoring first on the Arizona Bar Test.
She was also a member of the Order of the Coif and earned the International Academy of Trial Attorneys Student Advocacy award for her work with victims of domestic abuse.
Guthrie also worked as a litigation associate at a legal firm specializing in white-collar criminal defense. In 2007, she began working as a trial correspondent for CourtTV, where she broadcasted many cases around the country, including the Michael Jackson trial and the Martha Stewart case.
Later that year, she served as a White House correspondent for N.B.C. News. She became an N.B.C. news anchor and a replacement anchor for the channel’s Nightly News the following year.
She was also named N.B.C. News’ lead legal expert while co-anchoring the Today Show in place of Ann Curry.
She got the title of show’s chief legal editor in 2011.
Guthrie is a successful news anchor, mother of two, and wife of Michael Feldman, a public relations and communications specialist, whom she married in 2014.
The couple gave birth to their first kid in 2014 and their second kid in 2016. Guthrie was formerly married to Mark Orchard, a B.B.C. news anchor, from 2005 to 2009.