Who is Tony Berlin?
Tony Berlin was born in 1968, in Los Angeles, California, USA, and is a television host as well as a journalist, probably best known as the host of the program “Good Morning America”. He’s also worked with other news networks, and for being the husband of newscaster Harris Faulkner.
The Net Worth of Tony Berlin
How rich is Tony Berlin? As of late-2018, sources inform us of a net worth that is over $4 million, earned largely through a successful career on television. His net worth has also been elevated partly thanks to the success of his wife, who has a net worth also estimated at $4 million. As he continues his career, it is expected that his wealth will also continue to increase.
Early Life, Education, and Career Beginnings
Tony grew up with only his mother and sister, as his parents divorced when he was young. At a early age he found a strong interest in reporting and appearing in front of the camera, so after matriculating from high school, he enrolled at the Poynter Institute in 2002, to take a course in reporting. However, before completing his studies, he moved to Occidental College and decided to focus more on political science, completing his degree there. He initially worked as an intern for PBS News on their hourly news programs, while he furthered his studies at the American University’s School of Communication. He went on to his master’s degree, but one of his first full-time professional jobs was with the ABC morning show entitled “Good Morning America”, which features news, weather forecasts, feature segments, special interest stories, and interviews. It also focuses on topics such as human interest stories, pop culture, lifestyle, and entertainment. It has been the most-watched morning show in total viewers since 2012. However, after some time, he decided that he could gain more experience working with other companies.
Career Prominence and Business
Berlin continued his career by working with print publications such as The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Time Magazine, and Huffington Post, but also with other television news networks, such as USA Today, CNBC, and Fox News. He has also did production work for the DC Bureau of Cox Broadcasting, but after working for 15 years in various companies, he then decided to start his own, and established the company called Berlin Media Relations, which he serves as the CEO and president.
His company focused on public relations, and became popular thanks to his associations with the numerous companies he’d already been involved with; he mentioned in an interview that it is very important to put the right man in the right place and the right time. They develop portfolios and advertisements for a variety of companies, using various platforms such as online, print, radio, as well as television to help them increase public presence. Having proper placement and the right portfolio is the best way to help the company move forward. It is also a benefit in terms of advertisers, helping companies with which direction they should take. His work has increased his net worth significantly over the past few years.
Wife – Harris Faulkner
Harris Kimberly Faulkner is best known for her work with Fox News Channel, as the anchor of “Fox Report”, the co-anchor of “Outnumbered”, and as the host of her own program entitled “Outnumbered Overtime”. She began her career in print media, working with the publication “LA Weekly” as a freelance business writer, then transitioned to television, taking an internship at the Los Angeles-based station KCOP-TV, before moving to North Carolina to work as an anchor for WNCT-TV. Over the next few years, she would work with various local stations, until becoming a correspondent for the program “A Current Affair” until its cancellation.
Harris then moved to Fox News, and became a news presenter for the network’s headline updates during the weekday edition of “Fox News Live”. She also filled in as the substitute anchor for “The Fox Report” during weekdays, and then started hosting “Fox News Extra” segments. She has appeared as the guest in “Red Eye w/ Greg Gutfield” and in 2014, started co-hosting the show “Outnumbered”. Three years later, Harris became the anchor of “Outnumbered Overtime” which focuses on a factual news reports rather than discussion.
Personal Life and Social Media
For his personal life, it is known that Tony married Harris in 2003, and they have two daughters together. While there is very little information about their relationship, it is known that they met while on the job, as both of them are involved in the journalism field.
Similar to numerous journalists and public relations experts, Tony is highly active online through various accounts on social media which he uses to promote his public relations company. He has an account on Twitter which he uses to help spread recent news, while also using the platform as a means to help his company’s efforts. He also has an Instagram account which is a lot more personal, appearing often with his wife as they travel around the country, taking photos and videos; his daughters also appear in his account. He is a fan of the outdoors as well as sports such as golf.