An American correspondent, Susan Spencer reports for 48 Hours Mystery and CBS Sunday Morning. Her reports ranged from coverage of the drug war in Colombia to segments on painful custody battles.
Susan has been working in the field of journalism for more than forty-seven years. With her outstanding work in the field of journalism, she was awarded Emmy awards.
Spencer’s Bio, Career
American Journalist Susan Spencer was born in Memphis, and she celebrates her birthday every year on 10 June. She attended Michigan State University and completed her bachelor degree in 1968.
In 1969, she attended Columbia University and earned her master degree in Journalism.
Before joining American television series, 48 Hours, she was previously a White House correspondent for CBS News. She was also the primary correspondent for the "Eye on America" segments on the "CBS Evening News."
There she covered the 1988 Democratic and Republican National Conventions, President George Herbert Walker Bush's unsuccessful 1992 re-election campaign, and former President Bill Clinton's first inauguration.
Spencer even worked as a CBS News national correspondent where she covered the Persian Gulf War reporting from Riyadh and Saudi Arabia. She also reported on the death of Japan's Emperor Hirohito and the student uprising in Tiananmen Square, both in 1989.
In 1986, she was named medical correspondent for CBS News. In 1988 to 1989, she worked as the substitute anchor for the Sunday edition.
Spenser joined CBS News Washington bureau in the year 1977, however, became a correspondent in 1978.
Prior to that, she worked for WCCO-TV, the CBS-owned station in Minneapolis, where she held several positions, including reporter and co-anchor from 1972 to 1977. Spencer was a researcher for WCBS-TV, the CBS-owned station in New York from 1971 to 1972.
For her hard work and dedication, Susan was recognized with Emmy Awards. Furthermore, she was also awarded different award including “RTNDA Edward R. Murrow” Award, for a report on autism and Environmental Defense Fund” Award for overall excellence.
Talking about her net worth, Susan is a successful woman as is well-known in the field of journalism. Being a reputed journalist, she might have accumulated a huge amount of salary through her work. However, Susan has not revealed the exact figures of her net worth.
Spencer Married Life Under Curtains!
Susan Spencer is quite secretive when it comes to her personal life. She likes to keep her personal life low-key and has not spilled any beans on her private matters.
However, there is only a minute of information about her married life. According to CBS News, Susan is a married woman and tied the knot with her husband, Thomas Oliphant. Thomas Oliphant is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and Washington columnist for The Boston Globe. He is also the author of four books, including The Road to Camelot.
However, the details of their family and children have not shared with the media and is still a mystery to the audience