Nathaniel Cline Biography
Nathaniel Cline is a government and politics reporter, writer and editor who lives in Virginia. Multi-talented and smart, Nathaniel is always ready to take on new challenges & is not afraid to expand his arsenal of skills.
Alcindor is a white house correspondent at PBS Newshour, who primarily works on features stories affecting the national political discourse. Prior to PBS Newshour, she was a national political reporter for The New York Times and covered social justice issues and national politics. She also served as a national multimedia journalist at USA TODAY.
As a videographer, writer and on-camera journalist, she travels across the country for covering stories and spends a lot of time writing about human trafficking, wrongful convictions, gun violence, poverty, and civil right aviation. Moreover, she is a frequent guest on MSNBC and explains her reporting on NPR, C-SPAN and various local television and radio stations.
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Nathaniel Cline Age
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Nathaniel Cline Height
She stands at a fair height and has a fair body weight to match her height.
Nathaniel Cline Education
Cline attended the Bowie State University in Bowie, Maryland & graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communications in May 2006. Bowie State University is a public historically black university in Prince George’s County, Maryland, north of Bowie. It is part of the University System of Maryland. Founded in 1865, Bowie State is Maryland’s oldest historically black university and one of the ten oldest in the country. Bowie State is a member school of the Thurgood Marshall College Fund.
Nathaniel Cline Career
Throughout the years, Nathaniel has acquired many skills and pursued many professional positions that include researcher, writer, editor, reporter, and videographer.He began his career in 2007 working for Westmoreland News in Montross, Virginia. He was the publication’s copy editor, photographer and government reporter.In July 2011, he moved to Warsaw, Virginia & joined the Northern Neck News team as a sports editor.
He left Northern Neck News in December 2013 & relocated to Cleveland, Ohio where he began working as a sports reporter for Cleveland(dot)com. He spent over 4 years there. In addition to being a sports editor, Cline also wrote sports-related stories, shot videos and edited them for the Sun-News and The Plain Dealer. Nathaniel also found a way to link politics and sports by creating features which focused on the impact of US President, Donald Trump’s leadership on the locker room and sports in general. In addition to this, he analyzed various high school level football games while hosting the Friday Night Huddle show. While working in Cleveland, Cline also conducted polls, gathered useful sports data and covered news on various sports teams such as Cleveland Indians, Cleveland Browns, and the Cleveland Cavaliers. Currently, he is based in Leesburg, Virginia, working as the government and political reporter for the Loudon Times-Mirror. He moved to the publication in May 2018.
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Nathaniel Cline Yamiche Alcindor
In 2018, Cline married Yamiche Alcindor in Miami, Florida. Yamiche is a journalist who works for PBS NewsHour as their White House Correspondent in addition to contributing politically for MSNBC and NBC News. Yamiche Léone Alcindor (born 1986 or 1987) is an American journalist who currently acts as the White House correspondent for the PBS NewsHour and as a political contributor to NBC News and MSNBC. In the past, she has worked as a reporter for USA Today and The New York Times. Alcindor has written mainly about politics and social issues.
The journalist couple first started dating each other back in 2014. After that, they waited for 2 more years to get engaged in 2016. However, they are not expecting their first child anytime soon. Both of them are more than delighted for having a partner who belongs to the same profession. There is no denying that because both of them are journalists, they will have fewer chances of misunderstanding between them. It is the first love for both and their relationship seems to last throughout life.
Nathaniel Cline Wedding
Yamiche Alcindor’s love life revolves around her Reporter for Loudoun Times-Mirror husband, Nathaniel Cline. The duo of reporters knew each other for several years before tying the wedding knot on 3 March 2018.
The couple has been omnipresent in social media sharing pictures of their love life. Although they are married for over seven months, they are yet to gush about their plans of welcoming children in their family. As of now, they seem to understand each other well and support each other’s career.
Her profession as a journalist is the primary source of her salary and net worth. She is an American journalist who has served as the White House correspondent of the PBS NewsHour since January 2018. Apart from that she doubles her income as a political contributor to NBC News and MSNBC.
As per Paysa.com, an average salary of the PBS NewsHour Correspondent is $103,199 per year. Although the tenure of her career as a correspondent has not exceeded more than a year, she has savored the colossal amount of net worth and fortunes.
Yamiche, age 32, has covered the news of the 2010 Haiti Earthquake for Newsday. She has also reported the Sandy Hook Elementary School Shooting, Baltimore Protests, and many others after joining USA Today in 2011.
With the due respect to her contribution in media, she was named ‘Emerging Journalist of the Year’ by the National Association of Black Journalists in 2013.
Besides that, she has produced the documentary called The Trouble with Innocence (2015) regarding the issue of a man, who was wrongly convicted of murder during her career in the New York Times as a national political reporter. As per glassdoor.com, the basic salary of the New York Times reporter is $102,562 per year. Looking at her career period of over two and a half years in The New York Times, she has accumulated massive fortunes in her professional career.
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As a journalist whose root is in one of the world’s poorest countries, Haiti, Yamiche Alcindor is doing exceptionally well, both personally and professionally as well.
Before joining the PBS NewsHour, Alcindor worked as a national political reporter for 3 years at The New York Times from 2015 to 2018.
Similarly, she covered national breaking news for USA Today from December 2011 to 2015. While working there, she won Emerging Journalist of the Year 2013, provided by National Association of Black Journalists. Likewise, she was a staff reporter at Newsday around 2010 and in 2009 she was an intern journalist at The Washington Post. Earlier in the same year, she was a participant of The New York Times Student Journalism Institute from where she was convinced that she could survive as a journalist.