Who is Steve Rosenberg ?
British, Journalist, Steve Rosenberg , works with BBC where he serves the station as the Moscow correspondent. He has been working with the station since 1997.
Steve Rosenberg Date of Birth / Age
Rosenberg is approximately 55 years as of 2022 although his exact age is not known as he has managed to keep his date of birth away from the public. However, we will bring you up to speed once the information becomes available.
Rosenberg stands at a height of approximately 5 feet and 7 inches tall.
Steve Rosenberg Parents and Siblings
Rosenberg was born in Epping, Essex and was brought up in Chingford, North London. Steve manages to keep information regarding his members of his family away from the limelight. We will however keep you posted on this information once it’s available to the public.
Steve Rosenberg Spouse / Wife
Rosenberg is married to a Russian, but has not disclosed her identity. However, we will keep an eye on this information and update you once more details concerning this are available.
Steve Rosenberg Kids / Children
Details regarding whether or not Rosenberg has any children are not available to the public at the moment. However, we will keep you posted on this information once more details concerning this are available.
Steve Rosenberg Education
Rosenberg is a graduate of Chingford Senior High School. During his high school summer holidays he worked for the BBC’s Ceefax teletext service. He also graduated in August 1991 with a degree in Russian Studies from the University of Leeds.
Steve Rosenberg Career
Rosenberg started his career journey in 1991 as an English teacher at STANKIN Moscow State Technological University. He then got a job at CBS News in the Moscow office of the channel. He spent six years at CBS, first as a translator, then as a production assistant, then as a producer. From 1994 to 1996 he was part of the CBS team covering the First Chechen War. In 1997 Rosenberg joined BBC to become a producer in the BBC’s Moscow bureau.
In 2000 he became a reporter for the BBC in Moscow. Three years later he became a correspondent in Moscow. During his tenure, he wrote stories including; the Kursk submarine disaster (2000), the siege of the Nord Ost theater (2002) and the aftermath of the attack on the Beslan school (2004). In 2003 he interviewed the Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich. From 2006 to 2010, Rosenberg was a BBC correspondent in Berlin, reporting on stories from Germany and across Europe. In 2010, he returned to Russia to work as a correspondent in Moscow for a second time.
Rosenberg got promoted to Russian Editor of BBC News in March 2022. This should further improve the BBC’s coverage of the war in Ukraine. It is also an extension of the role of correspondent in Moscow that he already held.
How Much Does Steve Rosenberg Earn?
Rosenberg earns an annual salary that ranges from $20,000-$100,000.
How Much is Steve Rosenberg Worth?
As a journalist, Rosenberg has been able to accumulate a net worth that ranges from $1 million to $5 million.
Steve Rosenberg Piano
In addition to being a journalist, Steve also plays the piano. He started taking private piano lessons at the age of 7. “I read sheet music but mostly play by ear. I can usually absorb a melody by hearing it several times. I like the challenge of interpreting famous ones Songs in different styles. For example, the melody of Postman Pat in the style of Russian classics, the Teletubbies as a tango, the Fawlty Towers theme as a bossa nova,” he said.
As a fan of the song’s Eurovision Song Contest, Rosenberg covered the contest was held in Baku, Azerbaijan in 2012. He demonstrated his piano skills by performing on Ken Bruce’s show the morning before an event in 2012. He played short snippets of each song that won the Eurovision Song Contest, narrowly losing against the author of the Eurovision Song Contest – The Official Story, John Kennedy O’Connor.
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