Seth Doane Biography
Seth Doane is an American Award-winning journalist who is currently working as the CBS National correspondent and has held the position since 2007. Before joining CBS, he worked as a correspondent at CNN.
Seth Doane’s Age and Birthday
Seth is 44 years old as of 2023. He was born on June 26, 1978, in Harwich, Massachusetts, United States. Seth celebrates his birthday on June 26 every year.
Seth Doane Height and Weight
Doane stands at an average height of 5 feet and 8 inches tall. However, his weight and body measurements have not yet been made public. We will update this section when the information becomes available.
Seth Doane’s Family, Parents, and Siblings
Seth was born and raised by his parents in Harwich, Massachusetts, United States. He has kept a low profile when it comes to his personal life. He has not revealed any details about his parents or siblings. This information will be updated soon when the information is out to the public.
Seth Doane Husband
Doane’s sexual orientation is gay. He is happily living with his marital partner called Andrea Pastorelli. The pair tied the knot on September 6, 2014, at the Villa Rosa Badia Di Campoleone in Arezzo, Italy. The couple lives in Rome.
Seth Doane Education
Seth attended his High School diploma at a local school and later pursued his dream career at Southern California University. He graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Arts in Broadcast journalism.
Seth Doane Career
Doane began his career at WNYW, New York City’s Fox affiliate, as a field producer. Channel One News, the high-school TV network, then made him a news anchor, sending him abroad to cover stories in San Salvador, Indonesia, Iran, Afghanistan, and Sudan. Before joining CBS News, Doane was the New Delhi, India-based correspondent for CNN International. Doane started his on-camera career in Los Angeles at Channel One News, which was streamed to nearly eight million students in schools across the United States.
Previously, Doane was a correspondent for “60 Minutes+,” the streaming edition of 60 Minutes available on Paramount Global’s Paramount+ service, where he took viewers on an action-packed adventure in an investigation of the powerful ‘Ndrangheta mafia clans in Calabria, Italy. He also choppered to the Alps to see its vanishing glaciers, suited up to SCUBA dive into the bay of Naples to reveal the submerged, ancient town of Baia, and traveled to the edge of an erupting volcano in Iceland.
Even before becoming a dedicated correspondent for “CBS Sunday Morning,” Doane regularly contributed to the broadcast, filing stories about the art of Bonsai in Japan, gondolas in Venice, and pianos made from the wood of Italy’s stunning Val di Fiemme forest. He has profiled the Dalai Lama, Jane Goodall, Sophia Loren, and Sir Paul McCartney and delved into serious topics about gun violence and firearms regulations in Australia or gay priests in America. In the spring of 2020, Doane reported from the epicenter of the COVID-19 crisis and early on contracted COVID-19. He reported from his home quarantine about his diagnosis and symptoms in an effort to reduce stigma, inform viewers, and chronicle his experience with and recovery from the virus.
In addition, he received the George Foster Peabody Award for a solo trip he took to Darfur where he shot and produced his report on the humanitarian situation in Sudan for the in-school television network Channel One News. Over the course of his career, Doane has traveled to around 70 countries and has filed stories from the front lines of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. He has reported from Greenland’s glaciers and Chile’s Atacama Desert where 33 miners were trapped. He has brought viewers to disaster zones including the tsunami in the Indian Ocean, the earthquake that rattled Haiti, and the typhoon that devastated the Philippines.
Before moving to Rome, the Peabody and Emmy Award-winning journalist was CBS News’ Asia correspondent for three years, based in Beijing, China. During that period, Doane covered a wide range of stories across the region, making an intrepid journey into the South China Sea to glimpse China’s island-building efforts, traveling into closed-off North Korea twice, and reporting from across China on issues of economics, human rights, pollution, and politics. In Japan, he suited up and went inside reactor four at the nuclear power plant in Fukushima and covered the continuing fallout of the earthquake and tsunami.
Seth Doane’s Net worth and Salary
Doane has an estimated net worth of $ 1 million. He also receives an average salary of $ 92,000 annually. His primary source is his career as a journalist.
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