Paula Newton

Paula Newton (CNN Anchor) Bio, Age, Wiki, Husband, Ethnicity, Family, Height, Married, CTV, Salary and Net Worth

Paula Newton Biography and Wiki

Paula Newton is a well-established Canadian news journalist currently working as an international correspondent for CNN based in Ottawa since the year 2007. She Bachelor of Journalism and Political Science from Carleton University, Ottawa.

Paula Newton Age

Paula is 52 years old., she was born in 1968 in Hamilton, Ontario. Her date of birth and birthday are publicly not available. This information will soon be updated.

Paula Newton Height

Paula stands at a height of 5 feet 11 inches with a moderate weight. Information on her weight and other body measurements will soon be updated.

Paula Newton Family and Parents

Paula was born and raised in Canada, however, she has not disclosed any information on her parents, family or her siblings. This information will soon be updated.

Paula Newton Ethnicity

Newton is of white ethnicity, She was born and raised in Canada.

Paula Newton Husband and Son

Who is Paula Newton Married To? Going with a tweet she made in June  2014, there is no doubt Paula is a married woman and has a son. On June 15th, 2014, wished her husband a  happy Father’s Day and stated that he is a total workhorse. She, however, rarely talks about her family.

Paula Newton Net Worth

CNN’s Paula Newton has an estimated net worth of $20 million as of 2022, Paula’s primary source of income is her career as a Journalist. Through her various sources of income, She has been able to accumulate a good fortune but prefers to lead a modest lifestyle.

Paula Newton Salary

CNN News’ Paula Newton receives an annual salary of $105,000-$185,000 from her career as a news journalist. The normal pay of a news journalist ranges from between $ 24,292 and $ 72,507 which translates to an hourly average wage of between $ 10.15 and $ 31.32.


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Paula Newton CNN Wikipedia

Paula joined CNN in 2005 after working at CTV for 12 years. She is a CNN and CNN International correspondent based in Ottawa. Newton has currently started filling in for anchors based in London. She appears in shows such as; CNN Today, Inside the Middle East as well as World News Europe.

She previously served as CNN’s international security correspondent. She was based at CNN’s bureau in London where she was responsible for CNN’s coverage of the issues surrounding the threat of global terrorism.

Newton also reported on the implementation of anti-terrorism measures, tensions within communities, immigration, and the impact these issues have on the daily lives of many individuals.

Newton is also a seasoned conflict and political reporter. Throughout her career, she has a combined coverage of the wars in the Middle East, Kosovo, and the Balkans with political affairs reporting from the major G8, NATO, and Commonwealth Summits. Prior to the UK Election Day in 2016, she took to the railways to engage with voters on the politics, issues, and candidates.

Paula has won a number of awards including two World Medals; one for her coverage of the war in Kosovo and the other for a news report on organ selling. She also won the Canadian Gemini’s Award for Best Reportage Award Category.

Paula Newton CTV

Before joining CTV, Paula worked as a parliamentary producer for Satelite News between 1986-1989 in Ottawa, Ontario. She later moved to CHCH-TV between 1989-1991 where she served as an anchor and reporter.

From 1991-1993, she worked as a reporter for the Atlanta Television System in Halifax, Nova Scotia. In 1993, she moved to CTV where she worked till 2005. At CTV she worked in various positions including:

  • Atlantic affairs reporter in Halifax, Nova Scotia
  • Quebec affairs correspondent in Montreal, Quebec
  • National affairs correspondent in Ottawa, Ontario
  • Anchor on Canada AM
  • Moscow bureau chief
  • Anchor on Question Period
  • Anchor on CTV Newsnet