John Wakeman Schoen Biography
John Wakeman Schoen is an award-winning internet journalist and the creator of msnbc.com, CNBC, and Marketplace on public radio. For more than 30 years, He has reported and written on economics, business, and financial news. He presently works as the Data Editor for CNBC Digital.
How old is John Wakeman Schoen? – Age
Schoen was born on 10 November 1952 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. He is 69 years.
Where did John Wakeman Schoen go to school? – Education
Schoen attended Bowdoin College before graduating from Boston University.
John Wakeman Schoen – Family
John is a married guy who resides in Connecticut with his wife, where his two grown children pay him visits on occasion.
What is Schoen Salary?
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Schoen Net Worth
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John Wakeman Schoen Career
Before joining Dow Jones as a radio newscaster and writer for The Wall Street Journal, Schoen worked as a reporter and editor for a Connecticut newspaper. As a journalist for the CBS Radio Network’s half-hour broadcast, Business Update, he covered the Crash of ’87 and Wall Street’s insider trading scandals. When the show was renamed Marketplace and production was moved to Los Angeles, Schoen became the first New York editor. He wrote on Wall Street and a variety of other business topics. In the early 1990s, he worked for CNBC in New York, Washington, Chicago, Los Angeles, London, and Tokyo, where he led the network’s news operations. Schoen began working at msnbc.com in 1996 as a senior producer, aiding with the site’s launch.
The site was rebranded by NBCNews.com in 2012, and he began blogging there on a variety of business topics. In the summer, he was a fellow with the RIAS RTDNF German-American Journalist Exchange Program. He was part of a team of msnbc.com reporters and editors that received the Society of American Business Editors and Writers’ Best in Business Journalism award in 2011 for a series of investigations called Still Made in America about the continuous change of the American manufacturing industry. He covered Europe’s economic and financial turmoil in 2012. In 2011, he won a Best in Business Journalism award from the Society of American Business Editors and Writers for his series Still Made in America, which examined the continuous shift of the American manufacturing industry. In 2010, Schoen was chosen as a fellow for the East-West Center’s inaugural China-US Journalist Exchange. He wrote China 2.0, a series of studies about the growing pressures on China’s fast-growing economy. In 2008, Schoen’s series The Mortgage Mess received a SABEW Best in Business award. The research was one of the first to warn of the impending potential of a housing market collapse. Schoen was a Gerald Loeb Award contender for Distinguished Business and Financial Journalism in 2005.