Ben Collins NBC Reporter Wiki, Age, Salary, Wife, Education & Twitter

Ben Collins NBC

Ben Collins is a Senior Reporter at NBC News ‘dystopia’ disinformation and misinformation beat at NBC News alongside Brandy Zadrozny. Their reporting was mainly highlighter during the Capitol attack with Sally Shin, NBC news executive editor describing their work as a key during the electioneering cycle.

Ben Collins Age

Collins was born in Byfield, Massachusetts. Although his exact age is not known, he is probably in his 30s based on the time he graduated from college.

Ben Collins Education

He went to Emerson College for a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Journalism.

Ben Collins Career

He has been working as a reporter for NBC News in New York from March 2018 to date. Collins previously worked as a Senior News Editor for Tha Dail Beas from Dec 2014 to Mar 2018. His other roles are as News Editor, Esquire Magazine, Editor at Hulu, SLAM Magazine Writer/Online columnists as well as Columnist for Boston.com.

At Hulu, he oversaw and did tricky, cool stuff with daily content programming, social, editorial projects. He also write and blogged programs, and trending, news, and viral content on Hulu’s homepage.

On Feb 9, Yasmin shared a video of Ben Collins speaking about how the Jan 6 committee is working to prevent future threats and how extremist groups have evolved over the past year.

“These groups are coming together and it’s probably bigger than ever,” Collins says.

Ben Collins Salary

Payscale reveals that on average, NBC News pays its employees $87,691 a year. The Reporters’ salaries at the network range from $48,529 to $156,854 a year.

Wife

Collins’s marital status is currently unknown as he has managed to keep his relationship status private. He rarely shares his personal information with most of his focus being on his career.

Twitter

He has more the 238K followers on Twitter. His latest Tweet dated, Feb 9 reads, “Everything is open in the United States. People with underlying conditions lost this fight to virologists from the University of YouTube long before anybody noticed. Sorry, you still have to wear a mask in a handful of states to go to Crate & Barrel.”