Dominic Carter (reporter) Biography
Dominic Carter is an American news reporter and political commentator for Verizon Fios/RNN News which airs in NY, NJ, DE, and CT. He is also a blogger for The Huffington Post and does Radio work for WABC. Dominic was a reporter and anchor for the station since its inception in 1992.
Dominic Carter (reporter) Age
Desiring to know how old is Dominic, well, there is no clear information about his age since the reporter seems to value privacy but we will keep you updated when we come across any information about his age.
Dominic Carter (reporter) Height
Have you been wondering how tall is the American Journalist, well, according to our information Carter has a standing height of 1,87m.** tall and weighs 60kg**.
Dominic Carter (reporter) Family
There are no clear details about his relationship but according to our research, the American news reporter and political commentator for Verizon Fios/RNN News is married to his wife and together they have two children.
Dominic Carter (reporter) Education
Have you been asking yourself where the reporter attended his educational studies, well, according to our research, Carter grew up in The Bronx, NY. After high school, he attended the State University of New York at Cortland where he received a BA in journalism.
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Dominic Carter (reporter) Career
He began his broadcast career in 1988 as a radio reporter. He spent most of that year covering Jesse Jackson’s ill-fated presidential campaign. Later, his work as a radio reporter brought him a measure of prominence when he interviewed Nelson Mandela during Mandela’s trip to New York.
In 1992 he made the move to television as a reporter and anchor with the newly launched New York 1, a Time Warner station in New York. Continuing his penchant for celebrity interviews, Carter’s position as host of the news and commentary show Inside City Hall gave him access to a wider array of interviewees, including Cardinal John Joseph O’Connor, former President Bill Clinton, South African President Nelson Mandela, Mexican President Vicente Fox, former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, Hillary Clinton, and Congressman Charles B. Rangel. In 2006 Carter made national news as the moderator of a series of statewide debates in New York State, which included Senator Hillary Clinton.
During the course of those debates, Senator Clinton acknowledged for the first time that she was considering a candidacy for the presidency. Carter’s work has sent him abroad to Japan, Israel, Somalia, and the Persian Gulf. In addition, he has appeared as a guest on Fox News Channel, CNN, and MSNBC. On December 21, 2008, he appeared as a member of a guest panel on CBS News’ Face The NationIn 2008 the Time Warner Station expanded its news coverage during the political conventions, sending Carter to both the Democratic and Republican conventions. At the same time, the station’s coverage of those events was made available through Time Warner Cable to customers outside the city of New York.
Dominic Carter (reporter) Net Worth
Wondering how rich is Dominic, well from his job as an American news reporter and political commentator for Verizon Fios/RNN News and also a blogger for The Huffington Post and does Radio work for WABC he has an estimated net worth of $13 Million
Dominic Carter (reporter) Book
In 2007, Carter released No Momma’s Boy (iUniverse, May 1, 2007), a memoir that documents Carter’s troubled relationship with his mother, who had been clinically diagnosed as a paranoid schizophrenic. Carter takes readers on his life journey, going from the public school system and the housing projects of NYC to a successful career in journalism. Carter has traveled all over the country speaking about his life and book.
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Mr. Carter, who was convicted in November of attempted assault in the case, also received one year of probation. He wept as he was taken from the courtroom and called out to his daughter Courtney, “It’s on you now to be a big girl.”Mr. Carter, 46, was also ordered to stay away from his wife, Marilyn Carter, for two years unless he submitted to psychiatric counseling and took appropriate medication to deal with his violent outbursts, ruled the Ramapo town justice, Arnold P. Etelson.“If you don’t take your medications, you’re not going to see your wife for two years,” Justice Etelson said.Ms. Carter initially told a 911 operator and the police that her husband had punched and kicked her.
But during the trial in November, she testified that it was not her husband who had beaten her, but an unnamed day laborer. Before her husband was sentenced, Ms. Carter pleaded with the judge to be lenient.“I think he’s been punished enough,” she said. “His career is gone, our livelihood is gone.”Mr. Carter worked as a political reporter on NY1 for nearly 20 years and was known for his work on “Inside City Hall” and as a moderator in numerous high-profile debates.The cable network announced on Wednesday that it no longer employed Mr. Carter.In the courtroom, Mr. Carter told the judge that he had grown up very poor, without a father, and that he was sexually abused as a child. His mother, he said, suffered from mental illness.
He said he was both humbled and humiliated by the charges of attempted assault against him.“I want to learn to be a better person,” he said. Before delivering the sentence, Justice Etelson listed 10 times between 1997 and 2008 when the police had received reports of domestic abuse by Mr. Carter, and recounted specific details from some of those instances.He gave her a sticker reading “Attitude is everything,” and told her to post it on the bathroom mirror so her husband could see it after serving his sentence. The judge said that in blaming a day laborer, Ms. Carter had “sold the court a stack of lies,” but said she would not face a perjury charge because it “would only drag out the victimization that has occurred.”
He gave Mr. Carter an article about the actor and philanthropist Matt Damon to inspire him and advised him to find encouragement in Bill Tilden, a tennis star from the 1920s who came back after a career-threatening finger injury. The judge suggested that Mr. Carter, who had faced a maximum sentence of 90 days, could have a similar comeback.“Mr. Carter, I’m sorry to say that you have displayed a classic case of a domestic violence abuser,” Justice Etelson said.Mr. Carter’s lawyer said that he would file a motion of appeal on Friday, as well as a motion to have Mr. Carter released on bail pending the appeal.