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Full NameAshley Bianco
First NameAshley
Last NameBianco
Birth NameAshley Bianco
ProfessionJournalist & Producer
NationalityAmerican
EthnicityWhite
Gender IdentityFemale
Sexual OrientationStraight
AwardsEmmy Award
EducationInland Empire School, Emory University

Ashley Bianco, an Emmy Award-winning journalist worked for the CBS News formerly, until being fired for her association in the video leakage of the controversial clip. 

The former producer for ABC's 'Good Morning America' was accused of accessing a viral clip of ABC reporter Amy Robach, who spoke out off-mic about the channel squashing her story on convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.

What Is Bianco's Net Worth In 2019?

Ashley Bianco prefers a low-key life & even more, now has deleted her Twitter & LinkedIn account. Even though she is yet to open up about her net worth, sources cite that Bianco's stint in ABC got her a fortune of $200,000.

As per Glassdoor, a digital journalist in the ABC earns a salary of $76,500- $84,000 per year.

Why Was She Fired In 4 Days Of Joining CBS?

As per Ashley's currently deleted LinkedIn & Twitter account, Bianco formerly worked as a producer for ABC's Good Morning America where Michael Strahan, Lara Spencer, and Ginger Zee work.

Later, in October 2019, she left ABC & joined its rival company CBS News program 'CBS This Morning.'

However, after an off-mic video clipped by Bianco featuring ABC News reporter Amy Robach was leaked in November 2019, where Amy talked about Epstein's story & involving Duke of York Prince Andrew, Ashely was fired from her job at CBS.

Ashley Bianco, an American journalist was fired after 4 days at CBS, allegedly accessing the viral video clip
Ashley Bianco, an American journalist was fired after 4 days at CBS, allegedly accessing the viral video clip

Source: Daily Star

An intern at CBS News between 2015 to 2016, Ashely's employee company CBS was urged by ABC citing her access to the footage that got her hands off the job.

Career Before CBS News

The American-born journalist Ashely went to Emory University in Georgia & graduated with Comparative Literature with a focus on Journalistic Studies.

While in college, she worked as a features editor of the student-run newspaper Emory Wheel. Having worked as an intern at CBS News (2015- 2016), Bianco also became a freelance producer with NBC News in 2016.

Formerly, she worked as a producer in the ABC's Good Morning America & then moved to CBS & served as journalist & producer on CBS This Morning.

Bianco Denied Accusation Of Video Leakage: Interview With Megyn Kelly

Following a month of convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein's alleged suicide in prison, the Project Veritas, on November 5, 2019, out-let the video of ABC's Amy Robach stating that she held the story of Epstein many years earlier but the channel didn't agree to air it.

As reported, the newly CBS joined-but-fired Ashely had clipped the video on August 19, 2019, when she was working in ABC News. 

In an interview with Megyn Kelly on November 8, 2019, Bianco stated she accessed the video in ABC's system but didn't leak the video & touched that ever since.

Well, James O'Keefe, the founder of American right-wing activist group Project Veritas cleared that Ashely Bianco was not the one who passed them the footage.

Later, the CBS officials stated rather than an accusation of video leakage, Ashely Bianco was fired because she had accessed the video earlier.

Is Ashley Bianco Back In The Job Now?

No, as of November 2019, the American journalist is yet to have her job back. She stated the company deprived her of providing her any professional courtesy to defend herself.

Even though many speculated & pointed on the wrongful termination of Ashely, the CBS officials are yet to make any comments on Biano's career at CBS.

Updated On Tue Nov 26 2019 Published On Tue Nov 26 2019 By CRM

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