Ray Suarez Biography, Age, Education, Wife, Career, PBS, Books


Ray Suarez Biography

Ray Suarez whose birth name is Rafael Suarez, Jr. is an American broadcast journalist and the current John J. McCloy Visiting Professor of American Studies at Amherst College. Suarez was the host of Inside Story on Al Jazeera America Story, a daily news program on Al Jazeera America, until that network ceased operation in 2016.

Ray Suarez Age

The American broadcast journalist Suarez  who was born in Brooklyn, New York, USA on March 5, 1957 is currently  62 years old as of 2019.

Ray Suarez Education

Ray Suarez was enrolled at public schools till his 12th grade. He also attended kindergarten in a public school. He earned his high school graduation from John Dewey High School and that was in 1974. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in African History from New York University and an MA in the Social Sciences from the University of Chicago.

Ray Suarez Wife

Ray is married to a beautiful lady named Carole Suarez. They have been bonded into this married life since a long time. Together they have welcomed three children and they are named as Rafael, Eva, and Isabel. His nationality is American and he is of Puerto Rican ethnicity.

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Ray Suarez Career

In 1993, he joined Talk of the Nation as the host of the National Public Radio program. He hosted this show till 1999That year, he was hired by PBS NewsHour. He worked there as the senior correspondent for the evening news program. He served on the PBS television network till 2013. He is also famous for being the host of America Abroad from Public Radio International.

Besides being a broadcaster, he is also known for being a talented writer and an author of several books. His first book The Old Neighborhood: What We Lost in the Great Suburban Migration was published in 1999. His second book The Holy Vote: The Politics of Faith in America was published in 2006.

In his more than 30-year career in the news business, he has also worked as a radio reporter in London and Rome, as a Los Angeles correspondent for CNN, and as a reporter for the NBC-owned station WMAQ-TV in Chicago. He is currently co-host of the radio program WorldAffairs on KQED.

Ray Suarez Salary|Net worth

American broadcast journalist  Ray Suarez’s  has earned a decent amount of money all through his  career, his estimated  net worth and salary  is Under Review.

Ray Suarez PBS

Ray Suarez is a broadcast journalist from United States. In 1999, he was hired by PBS NewsHour. He worked there as the senior correspondent for the evening news program. He served on the PBS television network till 2013.

Ray Suarez Book

Besides being a broadcaster, he is also known for being a talented writer and an author of several books. They include:

  • Latino Americans: The 500-Year Legacy That Shaped a Nation
  • Living Stones: Washington National Cathedral At 100
  • The Holy Vote
  • The Old Neighborhood

Ray Suarez Award

In 2012, he received an honor at the Tanenbaum Center for Interreligious Understanding. There he was awarded with the Bridge-Builder Award. In 2010, he was inducted into the Hall of Fame at the National Association of Hispanic Journalists.

Ray Suarez Joins Al Jazeera America Permanently

The American news channel that launched in August  announced  that celebrated journalist Ray Suarez has joined the channel as the permanent host of its daily program Inside Story.

“Ray’s extensive television and radio experience will be an incredible asset to Al Jazeera America and Inside Story’s viewers,” said Al Jazeera America President Kate O’Brian. “Ray has repeatedly proven that he can deliver compelling coverage of the most challenging news stories and events with objectivity and depth, punctuated by Ray’s own brand of thoughtful analysis. That’s exactly what Inside Story is all about.

Suarez was with PBS’ NewsHour from 1999 to 2013, most recently as its chief national correspondent. He hosted National Public Radio’s Talk of theNation for six years before joining PBS. Ray also spent seven years reporting for Chicago’s NBC-owned station WMAQ-TV. Suarez began his career as a Los Angeles correspondent for CNN, a producer for the ABC Radio Network in New York and a reporter for CBS Radio in Rome.

Inside Story provides analysis, background and context on the top stories of the day. The show goes beyond the headlines by analyzing the facts and providing expert opinions to give viewers a frank assessment of the latest developments. Each episode features a panel of expert guests who examine and debate urgent domestic and international topics that are consuming media outlets in the U.S. and globally.

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