Phil Bronstein Net Worth

Phil Bronstein was born on October 04, 1950 in  Atlanta, Georgia, United States. Phil Bronstein was born in 1951 in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. He has been married to Christine Borders since 2006. They have two children. He was previously married to Sharon Stone.

Age, Biography and Wiki

Birth Day October 04, 1950
Birth Place  Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Age 70 YEARS OLD
Occupation Executive Chair, Center for Investigative Reporting
Known for Journalism
Spouse(s) Sharon Stone (1998–2004; divorced; 1 child) Christine Borders (m. 2006; 2 children)

💰 Net worth: Under Review

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Awards and nominations:

In 1986, Bronstein was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for his reporting on the overthrow of Ferdinand Marcos, long-standing dictator of the Philippines. Bronstein’s work in the Philippines also earned him awards from the Associated Press, the Overseas Press Club, the World Affairs Council, and the Media Alliance.

Biography/Timeline

1950

Bronstein was born in Atlanta, Georgia on October 4, 1950. He is the father of Roan Joseph Bronstein.

1986

In 1986, Bronstein was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for his reporting on the overthrow of Ferdinand Marcos, long-standing dictator of the Philippines. Bronstein’s work in the Philippines also earned him awards from the Associated Press, the Overseas Press Club, the World Affairs Council, and the Media Alliance.

1991

In 1991, Bronstein was promoted to the executive Editor position at the Examiner. He held that position until 2000. When an alligator escaped into a city lake in 1996, Bronstein arrived in scuba gear to assist with the capture, but police turned him away.

1998

The tabloid press has closely followed Bronstein’s personal life. He has been married four times. He married Actress Sharon Stone on February 14, 1998. The couple separated in 2003. They completed their divorce on January 29, 2004. At first, Stone and Bronstein shared joint custody of their adopted son, Roan. In 2008, a judge gave Bronstein full custody of their son.

2000

Hearst Corporation, the parent company of the Examiner, bought the San Francisco Chronicle in 2000. The Chronicle was the other major daily paper for the San Francisco Bay Area. Hearst already owned the Examiner and chose to merge the two newsrooms. Bronstein became senior vice President and executive Editor of the Chronicle in November 2000.

2001

In 2001, Bronstein was attacked by a Komodo dragon at the Los Angeles Zoo. He was on a private tour, and a keeper had invited him into the enclosure. Bronstein was bitten on his bare foot, as the keeper had told him to take off his white shoes and socks, which the keeper stated could potentially excite the Komodo dragon as they were the same color as the white rats the zoo fed the dragon. Although he escaped, Bronstein needed to have several tendons in his foot reattached surgically.

2006

In 2006, Bronstein married Christine Borders, the daughter of Borders Book Store co-founder Louis Border. She is the founder of “A Band of Wives,” a social network for women. The couple have two children.

2008

In January 2008, Hearst Corporation announced Bronstein as editor-at-large for both the Chronicle and Hearst Newspapers. In his new role, Bronstein wrote a weekly column for the Chronicle. He also wrote blog entries for SFGate.com. At the Chronicle, he was replaced as Editor by Arizona Republic Editor Ward Bushee.

2012

Bronstein left Hearst Newspapers and the Chronicle in March 2012. He had been named chairman of the board for the Center for Investigative Reporting in 2011. Upon leaving the Chronicle, his role at the Center expanded.

2019

Bronstein’s first professional job was as a reporter for KQED-TV in San Francisco. In 1980, The San Francisco Examiner hired him as a beat reporter. He went on to report from conflict areas around the world as a foreign correspondent for eight years, such as Peru, the Middle East, El Salvador and the Philippines.