Shelley Ross: Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children, Education and Salary

Shelley Ross is a Tv Producer best known for her 17 years at ABC News Know all about her in this article as like her Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children, Education and Salary

Shelley Ross: Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children, Education and Salary
Shelley Ross
  Bio
Name Shelley Ross
Birthdate ( Age) 50 arround
Place of Birth Britane
Nationality British
Marital Status  Married
Spouse/Partner David Simone
Children Yes
Parents Name Not Known
Education Graduation
Profession TV Producer
Net Worth $2 Million
Last Update September 2021

Shelley Ross is a three-time Emmy Award-winning Producer who changed the landscape of morning, primetime and late night television over the course of her career. 

David Simone, Shelley Ross and Ryan Silverman in 2014

David Simone, Shelley Ross and Ryan Silverman in 2014

She is perhaps best known for her 17 years at ABC News where she won three Emmys, a Peabody award and other honors while she continually spiked the ratings and grew the audience with editorial decisions and unique marketing and promotion campaigns.

Early Life and Family

Before her television career, Ross worked as a reporter for the Miami Herald and Pompano Sun-Sentinel and Ft. Lauderdale News. At age 24, she became the youngest editor of the National Enquirer. Ross has also co-authored three editions of a medical book with a professor of clinical neurology at UCLA which The New England Journal of Medicine called “the best patient-oriented book on multiple sclerosis.” 

Shelley Ross husband 

Shelley Ross is a Married with husband David Simone. She lives in New York City and New Canaan, CT with her husband, a British- born music industry veteran.She neve share her personal life information on social media.

Shelley Ross Net Worth

Shelley Ross TV producer who changed the landscape of morning, primetime and late night television has an estimated Net Worth arround $2 Millin in 2021.

Professional Career

As executive producer of Good Morning America, she came up with the idea to team Diane Sawyer with Charlie Gibson to launch true 24/7 news at ABC. At GMA , she added nearly a million viewers and greatly boosted income revenue by keeping a unique finger on the pulse of the public and creating big newsmaking events.

She broadcast a 2-hour live special on school shootings from the White House with Bill and Hillary Clinton five weeks after Columbine. She was the first to originate a live tv show from the Vatican, commemorating the Pope’s 25th anniversary of his leadership; from the Pentagon, one year after 9/11 to reopen the wing destroyed by the hijackers; and from the Tower of London on the 50th anniversary of the Queen’s accession to the throne. For the day to day shows, Ross super-charged the pacing, format, graphics, and music along with creating award-winning promotion and marketing campaigns. 

Her morning trajectory continued even after she became executive producer of PrimeTime Llve and she was credited with driving GMA within 40,000 viewers of Today.At ABC, Ross also executive produced David Blaine’s Drowned Alive, a week-long live event in Lincoln Center which ended with the successful live 2-hour televised ABC entertainment special which in the last half hour beat the season finale of “24,” one of toughest nights of the season.In late 2007, CBS News hired Ross as senior executive producer to relaunch CBS News’ Early Show, at which time she changed the architecture of the studio, the set, music, graphics, editorial content, pacing of the show and more. 

During her 23-week tenure, she increased the key demographics of the show by 22%, adding 195,000 new viewers (25-54). This, during a news cycle where every other daily network news broadcast was down year to year. CBS’ Evening News with Katie Couric, sharing the same network resources, saw a demo loss of 340,000 viewers in those same weeks.

Ross’ directing debut was in 2010: a one-hour PBS concert Special, “4TROOPS: Live From the Intrepid” for Sony Masterworks. 4TROOPS, all combat veterans of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, came together as performers to raise money for veterans in need and awareness of the sacrifices of all troops and their families.On January 11, 2011, Ross launched daily Xpress, a news and pop culture blog with the dictum, “we put our name to it,” her personal note to anonymous bloggers whom she calls “anonymouses.”

Chris Cuomo is accused of sexual harassment

CNN's Chris Cuomo has been accused of sexual harassment by his former ABC boss who claims he squeezed her buttock upon greeting her in a bar - before he later apologized saying he was 'ashamed' of his behavior. Shelley Ross, former executive producer at ABC and CBS, penned an op ed for the New York Times detailing the alleged incident at a going-away party for an ABC colleague back in 2005. 

Ross, who has spoken out in the past about being sexually harassed by serial predator Roger Ailes, said Cuomo gave her a 'bear hug' in the bar and grabbed and squeezed her buttock. Cuomo, whose brother Andrew Cuomo resigned as governor of New York over a flurry of sexual harassment allegations last month, later sent her an email apologizing for his actions, she said.

Ross added that she did not believe his actions were 'sexual in nature' but rather a 'form of sexual harassment' where he attempted to 'diminish and belittle his female former boss.'  'I never thought that Mr. Cuomo's behavior was sexual in nature,' she wrote. 'Whether he understood it at the time or not, his form of sexual harassment was a hostile act meant to diminish and belittle his female former boss in front of the staff.'     

The CNN anchor has not denied the allegations, telling the Times on Thursday 'it happened 16 years ago' and 'was not sexual in nature.''As Shelley acknowledges, our interaction was not sexual in nature. It happened 16 years ago in a public setting when she was a top executive at ABC,' he said.'I apologized to her then, and I meant it.' 

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