Carter Evans

Carter Evans is an American news reporter with a long time experience in Journalism. He started his career in 1995, even before completing his graduation, that he got completed in 1998 with specializations in Journalism and Philosophy. Carter is presently working with CBS News as a business correspondent and has prior work experience with CNN. He has covered many important events in his career like “BP oil spill”, “President Ronald Reagan’s funeral” and the recession in New York Stock exchange. Evans also worked as a freelancer for CBS. He got married but the couple parted their ways after eleven years. The couple has two children, a son and a daughter.

Personal life

Evan’s personal life is not much known. He joined Ithaca College for graduation and graduated in Journalism and philosophy in 1998. His career took off in 1995 in Hawaii, he then worked as a freelance reporter. The news coverage of Christopher Dorner brought him into limelight. He got married to Courtney Friel in May 2005! Courtney is also a news reporter and has covered entertainment news. The couple has 2 children, son named Cash Hudson Evans and daughter named Cameron Kaiulani Evans. Courtney’s instagram posts show that the couple was in contact even after divorce. One of her posts reflects her happiness on being alone on Valentine’s Day!!

Net worth

Carter’s net worth is not clearly mentioned but is expected to be at a pretty good because of his career path and talent that he possesses.

Social media

This reporter is a passive social media user; his profiles on social sites have not yet noticed.

Career

Carter Evans is a well settled news correspondent. His career that he started in 1995 is already settled and is shining bright. He is working with CBS News and has more than 25 years of work experience in Journalism field. He was the only news reporter to cover Big Bear, Calif news and he got a lot of fame owing to his hard work. In 2011, his coverage on natural disasters in Japan brought him in notice. For long four years, Evans worked with KCBS and covered major events of that time. Evans has also been a part of WWOR-TV.