Jose Diaz-Balart is a Cuban-American journalist and television reporter. He is currently an anchor for a Spanish-language news program called ‘Noticias Telemundo’. Additionally, he is an anchor for the public affairs Sunday program called ‘Enfoque con Jose Diaz-Balart’. He is also a part of NBC Nightly News on Saturday nights.
Diaz-Balart has won several Emmys for his outstanding broadcasting abilities, and he was even named one of the top 100 more influential people in the United States from Hispanic Business Magazine. In 2014, he began hosting the 10 AM news hour on MSNBC.
Craig Melvin – $3M
For the majority of his career, Craig Melvin has been a host and an anchor for MSNBC and NBC News. In 2018, he started his position as an anchor for NBC’s Today. Later in 2018, he became a co-host for 'Today Third Hour', which became a permanent position going into 2019. Melvin anchored both the democratic and republican national conventions on MSNBC in 2012.
For his hard work and outstanding abilities as an anchor for NBC News, he received an Emmy in 2006 as “Best Anchor.” To this day, Craig Melvin is a Dateline Extra anchor, an anchor for Today, and an MSNBC live anchor.
Gayle King – $5.5M
Gayle King is the chief anchor for CBS News, and she is the co-host of CBS’s morning show called “CBS This Morning.” For a very brief period of time, King co-hosted an NBC daytime talk show with Robin Wagner called “Cover to Cover.”
Gayle King is also an esteemed writer. She is an editor for 'O', the Oprah Winfrey magazine. She met Oprah Winfrey at one of her first broadcasting positions as a production assistant at WJZ-TV in Baltimore. She had a show called 'The Gayle King Show', that aired on the Oprah Winfrey Network, but it ended in 2011 due to her landing a job for CBS News.
Dana Bash – $1M
Dana Bash is well known for being a very successful American journalist, anchor, and political correspondent for CNN. She graduated from George Washington University with a degree in political communications. Right after she graduated, she landed a job at CNN as a producer of their weekend programs, including 'Late Edition' and 'Inside Politics'.
Later in her career, she was able to program coverage of the United States Senate. Awarded by Elle Magazine, Dana Bash was part of the "Women in Washington Power List" event in 2014. In 2008, Bash actually married fellow CNN correspondent John King.
Major Garrett – $1M
Major Garrett is an American television journalist best known for being the chief Washington correspondent for CBS News. He is also the host of “The Takeout” podcast with CBS News, and he is a correspondent for “National Journal.” He covered both the 2004 and 2008 presidential elections. He covered the democratic nominees and eventually went on to cover Barack Obama himself.
Major Garrett is also widely known for his journalistic writings. Before joining CBS, he was the senior editor and congressional correspondent for U.S. News & World Report, and a congressional reporter for 'The Washington Times'. Also, he is a reporter for popular magazines such as the 'Houston Post' and 'The Weekly Standard'.