Wyre Davies Biography
Wyre Davies is a Welsh journalist serving as a South America correspondent for BBC News. Previously, he worked for the network. as a foreign correspondent in Latin America.
Wyre Davies Age
Born in Llanrhystud, his age and year of birth have not been established yet.
Wyre Davies Height
Details of his stature are yet to be updated.
Wyre Davies Nationality
He is a Welsh national.
Wyre Davies Education
He did his Postgraduate Diploma in Broadcast Journalism, Television and Radio broadcasting at Highbury College between 1990 – 1991.
His early studies were at Portsmouth Polytechnic, where he learned Latin American Studies, Politics, Spanish, Economics, and Geography from 1985 to 1989.
Wyre Davies Family
Any information about the parents’ identities has not been revealed. However, his maternal grandfather is Captain Evan Rowlands of Llanon, who was captain of Harmanteh.
Wyre Davies Wife
Wyre is married. He has three daughters and a Son. However, the identity of his wife still remains undisclosed. Davies stays in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil with his family.
Wyre Davies BBC News
The journalist is based in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil as the BBC’s South American correspondent since June 2013. With almost 20 years of experience as a multi-media journalist, he has worked across the world on many big stories including major wars, revolutions, sporting events, and national elections.
After completing his studies on Latin American politics, he joined BBC News where his first role was being a foreign correspondent in Latin America between Jul 1994 to Dec 1997 covering major news and feature stories across the continent and often filming and recording his own work.
He later became Wales Correspondent in 2000, covering major events in Wales, including historic Devolution changes, for main BBC tv & radio outlets and reporting on stories across Wales, appearing on Wales Today and also the BBC’s Six and Ten o’clock news, including sports stories.
In 2005, he filled in for Katya Adler for six months while she took maternity leave. Since then, he undertook occasional assignments to both Palestine and Israel. Later in April 2010, Davies was appointed permanent Middle East correspondent, working under BBC Middle East editor Jeremy Bowen. He covered the 2011 Egyptian protests from within Tahrir Square.
Prior to becoming a journalist, as a Tour guide and group leader of Exodus Travels, he led large groups of young people and commercial clients on difficult high-altitude trekking expeditions, something Davies still tries to do in my spare time.
Wyre Davies Salary And Net Worth
His salary and net worth are under review.
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