Danny Fenster ( Journalist ) : Family, Parents, Wife, Children, Net Worth, Articles and Age

Danny Fenster is an American journalist know all about him in this article as like his Family, Parents, Wife, Children, Net Worth, Articles and Age

Name Danny Fenster
Birthdate  1984
Age (as of 2021) 37 Years
Place of Birth Huntington Woods
Nationality American
Marital Status  Married
Spouse/Partner Juliana Silva
Children Not Known
Parents Buddy Fenster ( Father ) and Rose Fenster ( Mother )
Education Columbia College Chicago, Wayne State University
Profession Journalist
Net Worth $500K
Last Update Nonember 2021

Danny Fenster is an American journalist. He is the managing editor of Frontier Myanmar, a local news magazine.In the aftermath of the 2021 Myanmar coup d’état, Fenster became the only foreign journalist to be charged by military authorities.

In August 2021, the National Press Club awarded Fenster with the 2021 John Aubuchon Press Freedom Award.

Early Life and Family

Fenster was born c. 1984 to Buddy and Rose Fenster.Fenster grew up in Huntington Woods, a suburb of Detroit, Michigan.He attended Burton Elementary School, Norup Middle School, and Berkley High School, and pursued undergraduate studies at Columbia College Chicago; he received a master’s degree in creative writing from Wayne State University.

Danny Fenster Wife, Is Danny Fenster Married

Danny Fenster is married to Juliana Silva.The couple has been married since April 2021, but the details of their wedding have yet to be revealed.Juliana, his wife, is presently working in Myanmar to secure her husband’s release after he was imprisoned in May 2021.

Danny Fenster Net Worth

Danny Fenster is an American journalist has an estimated Net Worth around $500K.His main source of income is his career as a journalist.

Professional Career

Before relocating to Asia in 2018, Fenster worked for news outlets in Detroit and Louisiana.Fenster previously worked as a reporter and copy editor for Myanmar Now from mid-2019 until July 2020,and joined Frontier Myanmar in August 2020.In February 2021, the Burmese military staged a coup d’état and quickly curtailed press freedoms.

The publishing licence of his former employer, Myanmar Now, was revoked in early March, but the outlet continued to report clandestinely.Fenster was detained by authorities on 24 May 2021 at Yangon International Airport, while waiting to board a flight to visit his family in Detroit.Fenster has been detained at notorious Insein Prison.

Fenster was charged for incitement, also known as sedition, for allegedly spreading false or inflammatory information, under Section 17(1) of the colonial-era Unlawful Associations Act, in connection with his work at Myanmar Now.In October 2021, authorities charged Fenster of violating Section 17(1) of the Unlawful Associations Act.

Criminal proceedings have been shielded from the public and press.These colonial-era laws have previously been used to prosecute political activists and journalists reporting on opposition groups.n 3 November, the Burmese court rejected Fenster’s bail application and authorities levied a new charge against him, of violating immigration law.On November 12, the Myanmar military court sentenced Fenster to 11 years in jail.