Elizabeth Palmer Biography – Elizabeth Palmer Wiki
Elizabeth Palmer is a Canadian television journalist. She reports for the United States-based CBS Evening News channel. Elizabeth was born in London, England, and was raised in Canada. Palmer attended the University of British Columbia where she graduated with honors in English linguistics in 1976. She later attended the University of Cardiff, Wales, graduating with a Master of Arts in journalism, in 1979. Palmer was a business reporter from 1988 to 1990 and then science reporter from 1990 to 1994, for the Canadian Broadcasting Company in Toronto. She also presented CBC Radio’s Olympic coverage from the 1988 Winter and Summer Olympic Games.
In 1994 she was appointed CBC’s bureau chief and senior correspondent for the Latin American bureau, based in Mexico City. Later she was appointed CBC’s bureau chief and senior correspondent in Moscow, reporting in both English and French In 1997. She joined CBS as Moscow bureau chief and senior correspondent in 2000, before moving to London in 2003, where she has been based since. Palmer’s tasks are typically reports from locations in the Middle East for the CBS Evening News. She is often the primary “on location” CBS correspondent reporting on Iraq and Afghanistan conflict related news, and also reports on politics and foreign policy related to the Middle East, in general.
In 1994, Palmer received the 1994 Science Writers of Canada Award for Best Television Documentary, the 1995 New York Television and Radio Award for Best News Feature, and the 2005 Sigma Delta Chi Award for her coverage of the Beslan school hostage crisis.
Elizabeth Palmer Age
Elizabeth Palmer’s age is unclear.
Elizabeth Palmer Husband
She is married and lives with her husband in London. They have two kids. Her son is also based in London and her daughter studies in Montréal.
Elizabeth Palmer Salary
Her annual salary is estimated to be of $60 thousand.
Elizabeth Palmer Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of $1 million
Elizabeth Palmer Height
She stands a height of 5 feet 5 inches (1.65m) tall.