|Net Worth||$9.8 million|
As the second CEO of Fox News in the network’s history, Suzanne Scott, an American media executive, earns a yearly compensation of $607,000 and a monthly pay of $227,870.
According to estimates, Suzanne Scott’s current net worth is $9.8 million. Her adaptability in each of the fields she has worked in has helped her build up her wealth. Her profession as a journalist is her primary source of income. Her expected increase in net worth as her profession develops.
Suzanne Scott Bio
Suzanne Scott is Fox News‘ current CEO, the network’s second in its history.
Suzanne Scott Age
Suzanne is 56 years of age as of 2023, she was born in 1966, in Parsippany, New Jersey, United States. Every year, she has enjoyed a birthday celebration with her loved ones.
Suzanne Scott Parents
In the New Jersey community of Parsippany, Scott was raised. Her mother ran a real estate agent out of the family home, and her father ran a trucking company.
Suzanne Scott Husband
Scott is married, and her spouse leads a happy life apart from his wife’s public persona. One daughter was born to them in 2006.
Suzanne Scott Career Background
In the New Jersey community of Parsippany, Scott was raised. Her mother ran a real estate agency out of the family home, and her father ran a trucking company. Before joining Chet Collier at Fox News in 1996, she worked as his executive assistant at CNBC. She began working there as a programming assistant.
Scott has held a number of programming, production, and creative positions at Fox News over the years, including executive vice president of programming (2016), senior vice president of programming and development (2009), vice president of programming (2007), network executive producer (2005), and associate producer, producer, and senior producer of On the Record with Greta Van Susteren, among others, according to a press release from the network (2002-2005).
She was also in charge of the introduction of a number of on-air and digital initiatives, including the premiere of On the Record in primetime in 2002.”
After Roger Ailes’ departure in 2016 and subsequent death in 2017, Scott, Jay Wallace, and Jack Abernathy are credited with “turning Fox News around” following the Roger Ailes controversy. Scott was the president of programming for Fox News Channel at the time, supervising shows like Fox & Friends, The Five, and Hannity.