Alvin Patrick Biography

Alvin Patrick is a CBS News is a well-known journalist and is currently the head of CBS’ newly formed race and culture unit. Patrick reports to Kimberly Godwin, CBS News’ executive VP of news as of 2020.

How old is Alvin Patrick? – Age

The exact age of Patrick is under review.

Where did Alvin Patrick go to school? – Education

He graduated from Marist College in Poughkeepsie, New York, with a bachelor’s degree in communication and a master’s degree in television production from City University of New York-Brooklyn College.

Alvin Patrick Wife – Family

He has not yet mentioned anything concerning his parents, siblings, wife, and chidren.

Alvin Patrick The CBS journalist
Alvin Patrick The CBS journalist

What is Patrick Salary?

His salary is under review.

Patrick Net Worth

His net worth is unknown.

Alvin Patrick Career

Alvin Patrick, an award-winning journalist, is the executive producer of CBS News’ Race and Culture Unit. To ensure that the division’s reporting reflects multiple viewpoints, the CBS News Race and Culture Unit collaborates closely with executive producers across all platforms.

Patrick has worked in the broadcast and cable television industries for more than three decades. Patrick became a senior producer for CBS News in 2012 when he worked mainly with CBS News special reporter James Brown. He’s worked on 60 Minutes, “CBS Sunday Morning,” “60 Minutes Sports,” “CBS This Morning,” “CBS Evening News,” “Face The Nation,” and “48 Hours” for Showtime, as well as “CBS This Morning,” “CBS Evening News,” “Face The Nation,” and “CBS Evening News.” Brown and Patrick will continue to collaborate. Patrick worked as a senior producer for ABC News’ “Nightline” from 2009 to 2011 and for the internet news magazine “The Daily” before joining CBS News (2011-2012). He formerly worked as an executive producer on ESPN’s “Cold Pizza” and “ESPN News” shows (2005-2009). From 2001 until 2004, he worked at MTV Networks as an executive producer and vice president, as well as a producer on HBO’s “Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel” (1999-2000). At ABC News and ABC Sports, he began his broadcasting career (1989-1998).


Patrick has received several honors for his work, including;

  • six national Emmy nominations
  • six NABJ awards
  • a Gabriel Award
  • Freddie Award. In addition, he and his CBS News colleagues shared two Edward R. Murrow Awards.

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