Betsy Rothstein Biography – Betsy Rothstein Wiki
Betsy Rothstein was a gossip blogger at The Daily Caller. Prior to joining The Daily Caller, Betsy was the editor of FishbowlDC, a Washington media gossip blog.
She studied journalism in England. After graduating from Union College with a B.A. in Spanish, she began her journalism career in Cambridge, Mass., working for a Cuban newspaper where she conducted man-on-the-street interviews.
She soon moved out west to Denver, where she worked for two rival Hispanic weeklies for one year each. She then movede to J-school at Northwestern’s Medill School of Journalism, where she earned a master’s degree. She worked at the Boca Raton News as a business reporter followed by a brief stint as a press secretary for former Rep. Robert Wexler (D-Fla.).
She spent the next decade on Capitol Hill covering hard news, features and gossip for The Hill Newspaper. In 2009 she quit and moved to Portland, Ore. Prior to joining The Daily Caller, Betsy was the editor of FishbowlDC, a Washington media gossip blog.
Betsy Rothstein Age
Betsy Rothstein was born and raised in Akron, Ohio. She died on June 28, 2020. She was 50 years old.
Betsy Rothstein Death
Betsy Rothstein died on June 28, 2020, at age 50, after a long battle with cancer. Her brother, Joel Rothstein, confirmed the news in a Facebook post. Joel wrote: “It is with unimaginable grief that I must inform you that my little sister Betsy Rothstein died today after a long illness. She passed peacefully surrounded by family and wonderful friends. I will be returning her home to Akron, Ohio to be next to our mother and father. If you are so moved, please consider a donation in her memory to the Ovarian Cancer Research Alliance.”
New York Times Chief White House Correspondent Peter Baker tweeted: “RIP Betsy Rothstein, who delighted in puncturing the bloated egos of the press corps and lived life to its fullest.”
Mother Jones Editorial Director Ben Dreyfuss, the son of the famous actor Richard Dreyfuss, tweeted: “Omg. I had no idea Betsy was so sick. I DM’d her a few months ago to check in and see how she was and she didn’t betray even for a second what she was going through. This piece by Olivia is beautiful. Just incredibly sad. A lot of people who didn’t know her personally didn’t like Betsy, but she was really very sweet. Whenever I was going through stuff and publicly breaking down—which as you may know has happened all too often over the years—she was always the first one to reach out privately. RIP.”
White CNN White House Correspondent Kaitlan Collins tweeted: “Betsy was one of my favorite colleagues at the Daily Caller. We’d sit across the newsroom and email one another, sometimes laughing out loud at our own messages. She was clever, thoughtful, stylish, unafraid, and she will be dearly missed by me.”
Pulitzer Prize-winning 60 Minutes reporter Wesley Lowery tweeted: “Death is always sad, because all people are loved and lives lost can’t be regained. Yet death is no excuse to rewrite the facts of a person’s life. RIP to the woman who did a two part “investigation” of my race, stalked my mother’s Facebook page and published my parents’ home address. At least you had that. I never believed time would make her any less racist.”
Betsy Rothstein Cause of Death
Betsy Rothstein’s cause of death was cancer.