Peter Barnes is a highly recognizable face in the American news world. Peter worked as a senior correspondent for Fox Business Network based in Washington.
At this age, he already established himself as a renowned anchor. Peter currently works at Bloomberg Radio as the co-anchor of Politics, Policy, Power and Law broadcasting nationally weekdays at noon EST.
Peter Barnes Age, Bio
Peter Barnes who keeps details on his personal life confined, his age is unknown. However, his bio reveals that he attended Pennsylvania State University where he studied political science and gained a Bachelor’s degree in Arts.
Coming from a family who took education very seriously, Peter who is an educated person also sincerely believed that education was the secret of success.
Peter also has an MBA degree from Wharton School as he didn’t let his education end after completing his Bachelor’s.
Peter Barnes Married, Wife
Peter Barnes is one of the most low key journalists you will come across in the industry. Being a much professional anchor, Peter keeps his fans daily updated on his on-air life, but rarely does so about his personal life. It is said that he is married to his wife and even has children.
However, many assume that Peter is gay. The details on Peters’s love life are still under the covers which makes his audience and followers wonder about his dating status.
Does he have a girlfriend? Is he single? The answers to these questions can be given by Peter himself.
Peter Barnes Fox News
Peter who currently appears as the co-anchor in Bloomberg radio’s Politics, Policy, Power, and Law also contribute to the Baystate Business Hour, airing weekdays at 5 p.m. EST on FM 106.1/AM 1330.
Peter Barnes with his co-anchors of Bloomberg Baystate Business on 1 March 2019 (Photo: Peter Barnes' Twitter)
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Prior to his career in Bloomberg, Peter was correspondent for WCAU-TV in Philadelphia and a news reporter for KTTV-TV's Fox 11 News in Los Angeles. He also was a staff reporter for The Wall Street Journal and The Charlotte Observer.
After his time at KTTV, Peter also worked with CNBC for almost five years from 1993 to 1998.
Peter was offered a position at Fox Business Network for which he left his position at CNBC and moved onto FBN as an anchor. He worked with Fox Business Network as the co-anchor for Money for Breakfast from the 15 October of 2007 to 2008.
He got promoted to the position of senior correspondent after that which took Peter’s career to a great height. Peter finally left his job at Fox News to join Bloomberg in May of 2017.
Peter has received several awards throughout his career from Cable ACE Award when he worked in CNBC.
His significant career has garnered him a hefty amount of net worth which he relishes.