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How rich is Carl Quintanilla?

Carl Quintanilla net worth:
$2.5 Million

Carl Quintanilla's salary (annual):
$500,000

Carl Quintanilla information

Carl Quintanilla information

Birth date: September 10, 1970
Birth place: Midland, Michigan USA
Profession:Journalist
Education:University of Colorado Boulder
Nationality:American
Spouse:Judy Chung
Parents:Robert Quintanilla

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Carl Quintanilla Net Worth, Biography, Wiki 2017-2016

Carl Quintanilla was born on 10 September 1970, in Midland, Michigan USA, and is a journalist, best known for his work on CNBC. He is the anchor of the morning programs, “Squawk Alley” and “Squawk on the Street”. He was also the previous anchor of “Squawk Box”, and all of his endeavors have helped put his net worth to where it is today.

How rich is Carl Quintanilla? As of late-2016, sources inform us of a net worth that is at $2.5 million, mostly earned through a successful career in journalism. He reportedly earns $500,000 per year in salary as the anchor of CNBC’s morning programs. He was previously a correspondent for NBC News, and as he continues his career it is expected that his wealth will increase.

Carl Quintanilla Net Worth $2.5 million

Carl attended the University of Colorado at Boulder and graduated in 1993 with a degree in political science. During his time there he would intern at Westword Magazine in Denver and was also a columnist for the Boulder Daily Camera. He then worked as an editorial assistant for National Public Radio in Washington D.C.
In 1994, Carl became part of The Wall Street Journal, and would write for the newspaper covering a variety of topics, which included economic issues, airlines, and manufacturing. He also wrote on workplace issues in a weekly column of the Journal, handling all of these tasks for the next five years; during this time he would start to build his net worth significantly. In 1999, he would become a correspondent for “Business Center” and several other CNBC programs. He also worked as a special correspondent for the Fox News Channel program “Fox X-Press”, and then served as the co-anchor for the CNBC morning program “Wake Up Call” before joining NBC.

Among important events, in 2006, Quintanilla covered the Israel-Lebanon conflict, and a year later worked on “Big Mac: Inside the McDonald’s Empire”., for a CNBC documentary. Four years later he would become the anchor of “NBC Nightly News”, though mainly covering for Lester Holt and Brian Williams when they were away. He was also a substitute co-host on the “Today Show” during weekends. Thanks to these opportunities, his net worth continued to elevate. Around this time he was already working as part of “Squawk Box”, but would leave the show to join the “Squawk on the Street” team. In 2014, he then worked as a correspondent on HBO Real Sports, and one of his latest works was during the Republican presidential candidate’s third debate, for which he was the moderator. His work was criticized by some for allegedly being rude to the candidates, and unprepared for the event.

Regardless, Carl has won several awards over the course of his career, mainly for his coverage of Hurricane Katrina in 2005. For that, he won a Peabody Award, Edward R. Murrow Award, and an Emmy Award.

However, Quintanilla drew the ire of many media commentators and satirical TV host Jon Stewart during 2008, for allegedly not asking tougher questions in his interview with Allen Stanford. This came at the time of the 2008 global financial crisis, when Stanford and his company would be revealed as a part of a large Ponzi scheme which subsequently brought him a 110-year prison sentence.

For his personal life, it is known that Carl has been married to Judy Chung since 2005.


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Won awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2006EmmyNews & Documentary Emmy AwardsOutstanding Coverage of a Breaking News Story in a Regularly Scheduled NewscastNBC Nightly News (1970)· John Reiss (executive producer)
· Heather Allen (senior producer)
· Patrick Burkey (senior producer)
· Mary Laurence Flynn (senior producer)
· Sharon Hoffman (senior producer)
· Rich Latour (senior producer)
· Frieda Morris (senior producer)
· Brian Williams (anchor)
· Mike Boettcher (correspondent)
· Campbell Brown (correspondent)
· Jim Cummins (correspondent)
· Bob Faw (correspondent)
· Tony Zumbado (correspondent)
· Kerry Sanders (correspondent)
· Martin Savidge (correspondent)
· Don Teague (correspondent)
· Anne Thompson (correspondent)
· Pete Williams (correspondent)
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Nominated awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2006EmmyNews & Documentary Emmy AwardsOutstanding Coverage of a Breaking News Story in a Regularly Scheduled NewscastNBC Nightly News (1970)· John Reiss (executive producer)
· Sharon Hoffman (senior producer)
· Heather Allen (senior producer)
· Mary Laurence Flynn (senior producer)
· Rich Latour (senior producer)
· Patrick Burkey (senior producer)
· Frieda Morris (senior producer)
· Brian Williams (anchor)
· Rob Allen (correspondent)
· Bob Faw (correspondent)
· Andrea Mitchell (correspondent)
· Lisa Myers (correspondent)
· Kevin O'Donnell (correspondent)
· Kerry Sanders (correspondent)
· Martin Savidge (correspondent)
· David Shuster (correspondent)
· Don Teague (correspondent)
· Brett Holey (director)
2006EmmyNews & Documentary Emmy AwardsOutstanding Coverage of a Breaking News Story in a Regularly Scheduled NewscastNBC Nightly News (1970)· John Reiss (executive producer)
· Heather Allen (senior producer)
· Patrick Burkey (senior producer)
· Mary Laurence Flynn (senior producer)
· Al Henkel (senior producer)
· Sharon Hoffman (senior producer)
· Rich Latour (senior producer)
· Frieda Morris (senior producer)
· Brian Williams (anchor/correspondent)
· Coyt Bailey (correspondent)
· Campbell Brown (correspondent)
· Don Teague (correspondent)
· Anne Thompson (correspondent)
· Brett Holey (director)
2006EmmyNews & Documentary Emmy AwardsOutstanding Coverage of a Breaking News Story in a News MagazineDateline NBC (1992)· David Corvo (executive producer)
· Marc Rosenwasser (executive editor)
· Phil Alongi (senior producer)
· Jim Gerety (senior producer)
· Adam Gorfain (senior producer)
· Paul W. Greenberg (senior producer)
· Aretha Marshall (senior producer)
· Ellen Mason (senior producer)
· Luz Villarreal (field producer)
· Chris Hansen (correspondent)
· Hoda Kotb (correspondent)
· John Larson (correspondent)
· Dennis Murphy (correspondent)
· Brian Williams (correspondent)
· Martin Savidge (correspondent)
· Judy Farinet (director)
· Stone Phillips (anchor)
2006EmmyNews & Documentary Emmy AwardsBest Story in a Regularly Scheduled NewscastNBC Nightly News (1970)· John Reiss (executive producer)
· Heather Allen (senior producer)
· Patrick Burkey (senior producer)
· Mary Laurence Flynn (senior producer)
· Sharon Hoffman (senior producer)
· Rich Latour (senior producer)
· Frieda Morris (senior producer)
· Mike Boettcher (correspondent)
· Campbell Brown (correspondent)
· Jim Cummins (correspondent)
· Bob Faw (correspondent)
· Tony Zumbado (correspondent)
· Kerry Sanders (correspondent)
· Martin Savidge (correspondent)
· Don Teague (correspondent)
· Anne Thompson (correspondent)
· Pete Williams (correspondent)
· Brian Williams (anchor/managi
2006EmmyNews & Documentary Emmy AwardsBest Story in a Regularly Scheduled NewscastNBC Nightly News (1970)· John Reiss (executive producer)
· Heather Allen (senior producer)
· Patrick Burkey (senior producer)
· Mary Laurence Flynn (senior producer)
· Sharon Hoffman (senior producer)
· Rich Latour (senior producer)
· Frieda Morris (senior producer)
· Campbell Brown (correspondent)
· Lester Holt (correspondent)
· Ron Mott (correspondent)
· Kelly O'Donnell (correspondent)
· Martin Savidge (correspondent)
· Anne Thompson (correspondent)
· Brian Williams (anchor/managing editor)
· Brett Holey (director)


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#Fact
1Co-anchor of CNBC's _"Squawk on the Street" (2005) [July 2011].
2Won an Emmy and a Peabody for coverage of Hurricane Katrina.
3Became a correspondent for CNBC in 1999, NBC News correspondent in 2002 and appeared on Today (1952) and NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt (1970).
4Wrote on airlines and manufacturing for the Wall Street Journal from 1994-1999 in the WSJ Chicago bureau.
5Reporter and columnist for the Boulder Daily Camera, 1991-1993.
6His wife, Judy Chung, is a former CNBC/MSNBC producer.
7Co-anchor of CNBC's Squawk Box (1995). Previously, he was a NBC News correspondent based in New York and Chicago.
8Attended the University of Colorado-Boulder and received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science in 1993.
9He and his wife, Judy Chung, became the parents of twin girls, Ava Jane and Lily Anna, on June 17, 2009.


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