Ramy Inocerio Biography
Ramy Inocencio is a CBS News foreign correspondent based in London, covering Europe and the Middle East. He joined the Network in 2019 as CBS News’ Asia correspondent, based in Beijing and reporting across the Asia-Pacific, bringing two decades of experience working and traveling between Asia and the United States.
Ramy Inocerio Age and Birthday
Ramy has not revealed any information about his age or birth date. However, we shall update this article once the information concerning his actual age and birthday are discovered.
Ramy Inocerio Height and Weight
Inocencio stands at a height of 5 feet and 7 inches tall. However, his weight and body measurements have not yet been made public. We will update this section when the information becomes available.
Ramy Inocerio Family, Parents, and Siblings
Ramy was born and raised by his parents in the United States. Ramy’s parents are immigrants, his father emanates from the Philippines while his mother is from Singapore. He also has a sister named Iliana Inocencio, who works as a writer, director, and actor.
Ramy Inocerio Wife
Inocencio is happily married to his loving wife Taiwanese classical pianist. The couple tied the knot in August 2019 in Taipei. He has not shared any information about his children yet. They live in London with their South Korean rescue dog Cooper, and a Chinese rescue dog named Clover. We will update the information as soon as it is available.
Ramy Inocerio Education
Ramy attended a local high school. After graduating from high school, he enrolled at William and Mary University where he graduated with a Bachelor’s degree of Science in Biology and Environment Science. Prior to that, he also hold a certificate in Advanced Chinese Language Studies Program from Beijing Language and Culture University.
Ramy Inocerio Career
At CBS News, he delivered comprehensive reporting from Asia and was the first U.S. network correspondent to report from Wuhan just as the COVID-19 global pandemic broke out in January 2020. He followed COVID’s earliest transmissions from mainland China to Hong Kong, South Korea, and Japan and was stranded for half a year in Japan because of international border closures. He eventually reported on the suspension of the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics before being allowed to return to China in the fall.
In Hong Kong, Inocencio provided rolling coverage of the entirety of the 2019 pro-democracy protests from the frontlines. He reported from the historic summer storming of Hong Kong’s legislature by anti-Beijing protestors on the 22nd anniversary of the territory’s return to China from British colonial rule, the unprecedented landslide win of pro-democracy candidates in local elections that December, and Beijing’s controversial National Security Law in the summer of 2021 that muzzled criticism of the government and China’s Communist Party for good. Having covered Hong Kong’s Umbrella Revolution protests in 2014, Inocencio gave personal and cultural context to the 2019 protests and knew key leaders of the social movements, many of whom have now been imprisoned including pro-democracy billionaire media tycoon Jimmy Lai and student activist leader Joshua Wong.
Before joining CBS News, Inocencio was a New York-based anchor and correspondent for “Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia.” At Bloomberg Television, he covered live the first face-to-face summit between President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping from Mar-a-Lago, reported breaking news from Paris on the 2016 Bastille Day terror attack, and traveled across the United States in 2015 for “Wiring the World,” his technology innovation feature series. He also anchored for Bloomberg Radio and launched two daily podcasts on U.S.-Asia Pacific economic and financial ties.
Prior to Bloomberg, Inocencio was the Wall Street Journal’s deputy Asia-Pacific editor in Hong Kong for video streaming operations and host of the WSJ’s weekly technology show “Digits.” He also shot, edited, and filed one-man band stories on the ground from across Asia, including the devastation in the Philippines following Super Typhoon Haiyan in 2013, Hong Kong’s pro-democracy Umbrella Revolution in 2014, and Pope Francis’ first visit to the Philippines in 2015.
Ramy Inocerio Net worth and Salary
Inocencio’s net worth is estimated to be between $1 million and $5 million, based on his successful journalism career. He receives an annual salary of $ 86,000.
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