Oren Liebermann Biography
Oren Liebermann is an American Emmy award-winning journalist working for CNN as a Pentagon correspondent since Jan. 2021. He joined the network as a Jerusalem correspondent in Feb. 2015. Besides that, he has Type 1 diabetes and works as a public supporter for those who have chronic conditions. In addition to his advocacy, he has penned a novel describing his experience entitled “The Insulin Express.” Moreover, he is a pilot and a reporter.
Oren Liebermann Age
Liebermann was born in 1982/1983. His age is roughly 38–39 years old.
Oren Liebermann Height
He stands at 5 feet 8 inches tall.
Oren Liebermann Family
Liebermann severally appreciated his parents for their support during his education and career however, he hasn’t informed the public about his parents, siblings or relatives.
Oren Liebermann Wife | Children
Liebermann married Cassandra “Cassie” Kramer-(Allentown-native), in an interfaith ceremony back in 2012. In fact, the duo first met at WBOC in Delaware, where they were both working as reporters. To date, he lives near Washington, DC with his spouse, daughter and son and has double citizenship in the United States and Israel. He is a keen traveler and private pilot.
Oren Liebermann Education
First, Liebermann was enrolled at Ocean Township High School. He later attended, the University of Virginia, where he graduated with a degree in information technology and marketing. In the year 2005, he joined Syracuse University and while there he did M.A in Broadcast Journalism.
Oren Liebermann CNN
Liebermann is a correspondent working for CNN Pentagon since Jan. 2021. First, he joined the network in Feb. 2015, as a Jerusalem correspondent. A journalist with a wealth of experience, he is in charge of covering the Department of Defense and matters associated with national security.
In August 2015, Liebermann joined CNN and spent the next 6 years as the network’s Jerusalem correspondent. During his time in the Middle East, he was privileged to have a face-to-face meeting with former Prime Ministers Ehud Barak, Simon Peres and former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu twice. Liebermann also covered a total of 4 Israeli elections and tracked the transforming Middle East as Gulf states normalized relations with Israel. His reporting also enabled him to travel to different countries: Nepal, Serbia and England among other regions.
Before to joining the network, Liebermann was based in Philadelphia, where he worked as a General Assignment Reporter for CBS 3. Whilst working for CBS 3, he reported on significant stories throughout Pennsylvania for instance the Penn State sex abuse scandal and Hurricane Sandy.
Oren Liebermann Career
CNN’s Pentagon correspondent Liebermann started his career at WRAT in 2002 as promotions inter. Having spent less than a year at the station, he joined WBOC TV in August 2005 as a reporter. Whilst at WBOC TV, he played a part on the station’s website with stories and videos. He also shot, wrote, and edited packages, films, and sound bites constantly. Additionally, Liebermann led coverage of states and governments, including the introduction of new bills and passage of laws, to provide content for shows. Last but not least, he reported live for 6 pm, 7 pm, 10 pm, and 11 pm news for the market’s top-ranked station.
After spending two years at WBOC TV, Liebermann was assigned as a reporter for WAVY-TV from Aug. 2007 to Aug. 2010. At the TV station, he contributed to the station’s website and mobile WAVY app with stories and videos. Furthermore, he shot, wrote, and edited packages, videos, and sound bites as required to meet the demands of daily news coverage. In closing, he reported live for 5 pm, 5:30 pm, 6 pm, 10 pm, and 11 pm news for the market’s top-ranked station.
Oren Liebermann Type 1 Diabetes
Liebermann has Type 1 Diabetes and for this reason, he serves as an advocate for those who have the condition. Also, he has penned a book describing his experience entitled “The Insulin Express.”
Besides that Kramer and her husband, Liebermann had a year-long journey around the globe, they had no idea just how life-changing their journey would be. While he’d been able to prove or describe away the symptoms that began cropping up in Thailand and Israel, such as thirst and continuous tiredness, his body started to fail him in Nepal.
After the doctors misdiagnosed him with malnutrition, he finally got an exact — and life-changing — diagnosis: He had Type 1 diabetes, a condition mostly detected in childhood or adolescence. This shocking disclosure could have made the trip come to an end then and there. Nevertheless, after gaining control of his health and situation, the couple resumed their trip of a lifetime only one month later.
Oren Liebermann Awards
Throughout his journalism career, Liebermann has been awarded some prestigious accolades because of his top reporting including,
- Two Emmys awards.
- Three Associated Press awards.
- An Emmy Award for Sports Feature in 2010.
- 2010 Associated Press Award in Feature.
- Emmy Award: General Assignment Report 2009.
Oren Liebermann Salary
Liebermann earns an annual salary ranging between $40,000 – $110,500.
Oren Liebermann Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million – $5 Million.