Jon Erlichman Bio, Wiki, Age, Wife, BNN Bloomberg, Net Worth, Salary, and Instagram

Jon Erlichman Bio, Wiki

Jon Erlichman is a Canadian News Anchor/Reporter working for BNN Bloomberg and CTV. He rejoined BNN Bloomberg in February of 2016. He joined CTV in March of 2016.

Jon Erlichman Age

Erlichman likes to keep his personal life private hence he has not yet disclosed the date, month, or year he was born. However, he might be in his 40s.

Jon Erlichman Height

Erlichman stands at a height of approximately 5 feet 9 inches (1.75 m).

Jon Erlichman Family

Erlichman was raised with her loving parents; Pamela Erlichman (mother) and his father, whose information is unknown at the moment. He has managed to keep his personal life away from the limelight hence he has not disclosed any information about his siblings.

Jon Erlichman Wife, married

Erlichman is married to his lovely spouse, Caroline Lesley, an entrepreneur, and actor.

Jon Erlichman Daughters, Children

The couple takes great pride in being mom and dad to their 2 daughters, whose names are currently under review.

Jon Erlichman Net Worth

Erlichman has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million-$5 Million which he has earned through his successful career as a News Anchor/Reporter.

Jon Erlichman

Jon Erlichman Salary

Erlichman earns an annual salary ranging from $ 45,000 – $ 110,500.

The table below answers some of the frequently asked questions about Jon Erlichman.

 

How old is Jon Erlichman? Not Available
How tall is Jon Erlichman? 5 feet 9 inches (1.75 m)
Who is Jon Erlichman married to? Caroline Lesley
How much money does Jon Erlichman earn? $ 45,000 – $ 110,500
How much is Jon Erlichman worth? $1 Million – $5 Million

Jon Erlichman Education

Erlichman is a proud alumnus of Western University. He graduated summa cum laude from the Huron College at the university in the year 1999 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics. During his stint there, he won Gold Medal for Highest Standing (average) in graduating class.

Jon Erlichman BNN Bloomberg

Erlichman serves at BNN Bloomberg as an anchor of the station’s morning program, The Open. The show airs from 9  to 10 a.m. from Monday to Friday. Also, he co-hosts the station’s global program “Bloomberg Markets,” which airs at 1:30 p.m. from Monday through Friday. At BNN, he helped with its launch in the year 1999, when it was known as ROBTV.

Since rejoining back to BNN Bloomberg, he has assisted in breaking numerous stories for the station. He was the first reporter to cover exclusive details of the planned meeting between leading women executives at the White House, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, and United States President Donald Trump. Also, he has worked as an author of “Better than humans: Vanguards of the AI arms race,” an in-depth piece on the fast-growing artificial intelligence industry.

Jon Erlichman CTV

Erlichman also serves as a fill-in anchor and correspondent at CTV National News. On BNN Bloomberg’s Sidelines, which also broadcasts on CTV, he has got into exclusive interviews with various athletes such as Tony Parker, Georges St-Pierre, Connor McDavid, and Danica Patrick. Also, he has interviewed entertainers like Ice Cube, Charli XCX, Dan Aykroyd, and Robert DeNiro.

Jon Erlichman Career

Erlichman works as an anchor and host at BNN Bloomberg in Toronto, Ontario. He also works for CTV National News as a fill-in anchor and correspondent. Before joining BNN Bloomberg and CTV, he was working for ABC News in Los Angeles as a correspondent, since September 2014. There he covered high-profile stories including the Ebola crisis in Dallas, the cyber-attack at Sony Pictures, and Harrison Ford’s plane crash.  

In June 2008, Erlichman began working for the United States network as a New York-based reporter and anchor. There he covered the financial markets. During the financial crisis, he made reports from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. He also assisted in spearheading Bloomberg Television’s coverage of the SEC’s case against Goldman Sachs, the Bernie Madoff fraud case, and General Motors’ bankruptcy. Erlichman also got the opportunity to interview various leading investors including Tom Barrack, Michael Burry, Barry Rosenstein, David Einhorn, and Tom Marsico Alec Gores. Additionally, Erlichman was responsible for providing daily commentary on Bloomberg Radio.

Erlichman moved to San Francisco in November 2011 to join the daily program, “Bloomberg Technology” and assist in leading Bloomberg Television’s Silicon Valley coverage. In that role, he got to interview numerous media and tech leaders such as Yelp CEO Jeremy Stoppelman, Barry Diller, Dennis Crowley, Tim Westergren, Ed Catmull (Pixar co-founder), and Jonah Peretti, just to name a few. Erlichman provided a live report from the launch of Twitter headquarters during its IPO, Facebook headquarters on the day of the company’s initial public offering, and Apple product events. Working with Bloomberg News, Erlichman broke stories such as Zynga’s planned secondary offering, Siri co-founder Adam Cheyer’s departure from Apple, Motorola’s planned edge-to-edge phone, and Twitter’s internal goal of reaching $1 billion in revenue. Erlichman assisted in the creation of Bloomberg’s first West Coast technology conference, the “Next Big Thing Summit” in the year 2013.

In July 2013, Erlichman moved to Los Angeles for the purpose of further establishing Bloomberg Television’s West Coast presence. He interviewed top entertainment industry players such as Kobe Brant, Michael Eisner, Frozen Directors Jennifer Chris Buck and Lee, BlackBerry CEO John Chen, Michael Eisner, Robert Rodriguez, Bob Odenkirk, and Joe Roth (Maleficent Producer), just to name a few. He extensively reported on the future of movies and TV and served as a host of Bloomberg’s “Business of Entertainment”. The events featured Netflix’s Ted Sarandos and Disney’s Alan Horn and were sponsored by the Tribeca Film Festival and Bloomberg. Erlichman also hosted the Bloomberg Radio show “Taking Stock” daily.

Erlichman broke the story of Microsoft’s hiring of Satya Nadella as CEO. He was the first reporter to report Time Warner’s interest in Fullscreen, AMC’s interest in acquiring BBC America, CBS’s interest in CNN, Xbox Studios’ slate of original shows, and Twitter’s hiring of ahead of commerce. Also, Vice Media’s consideration of an IPO, Buzzfeed’s expected 2014 sales of $120 million, Guggenheim’s investment in ‘House of Cards’ creator Media Rights Capital, Roku’s consideration of an IPO, Jeff Gaspin and Jon Klein’s launch of the digital platform ‘TAPP,’ and Brian Grazer and Discovery Communications.

Erlichman has served as a writer of articles and columns for The Wrap and Fortune Magazine. He has also served at the U.S. cable channel HLN (Headline News) as a tech correspondent. Erlichman has worked as a news advisor at the Disney-owned Maker Studios, where he helped launch news partnerships with ABC News. He also helped launch Parachute TV in August of 2015. Business Insider has named him one of the “100 Tech People You Have To Follow On Twitter.” Erlichman often works as an emcee and moderator at events like CEO of The Year, the Top 40 Under 40, Tribeca Film Festival, The Wrap’s TheGrill conference, and NATPE Miami gatherings.

Erlichman frequently serves as a moderator and MC at events such as NATPE Miami gatherings, the Top 40 Under 40, CEO of The Year, The Wrap’s TheGrill conference, and Tribeca Film Festival.

Jon Erlichman Social Media Platforms

Erlichman is active on his social media accounts and is often seen posting on his Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. He has over 282K followers on Twitter.