Amanda Lang Bio, Wiki, Age, Journalist, Husband, Net worth, Salary, and Twitter

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Amanda Lang Profile

Amanda Lang is a Canadian business journalist who is currently working at BNN Bloomberg. Previously, she was the host of Bloomberg North on Bloomberg TV Canada. Additionally, she joined the station in January 2018.

Amanda Lang Age

Lang is 52 years old as of 2023, she was born on October 31, 1970, in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. She celebrates her birthday on October 31 every year.

Amanda Lang Height

Lang stands at an average height of 5 feet 6 inches tall. However, information about her weight will be updated when available.

Amanda Lang Family

Lang’s father is Otto Lang, who served as a Member of Parliament for the Liberal Party and held a federal cabinet position during the 1960s and 1970s. Additionally, Lang’s stepfather, Donald Stovel Macdonald, was also a member of the federal Liberal Cabinet. Lang is also the identical twin sister of Adrian. She has not disclosed the name of her mother. However, we will update this information as soon as it is available.

Amanda Lang Husband and Children

Lang likes to keep her personal life private hence, not disclosing any information regarding her Husband. Neither has she revealed any information about having any children. However, research is ongoing we will update this information as soon as it is available.

Amanda Lang Career

She embarked on her television career as an anchor and reporter at CNN in New York City, where she provided coverage from the New York Stock Exchange for the show American Morning. Additionally, she hosted programs on CNN’s former financial network, CNNfn.

Returning to Canada, she assumed the role of anchor at the Business News Network (BNN) and served as the host for shows such as “SqueezePlay” and “The Commodities Report.” However, Lang departed from “SqueezePlay” and BNN in July 2009.

Starting on October 26, 2009, she, alongside Kevin O’Leary, co-anchored “The Lang & O’Leary Exchange,” a new business program on CBC News Network. The show aired on weekdays at 7 pm Eastern Time, and she conducted interviews with notable figures like Brian Mulroney, former Prime Minister of Canada.

In 2012, Lang released her book titled “The Power of Why.” At just 42 years old, she garnered recognition as a potential successor to Peter Mansbridge on “The National” and earned a spot on Toronto Life’s 2012 list of the ’50 Most Influential People in Toronto.’

On October 13, 2015, CBC announced Lang’s departure from the broadcaster, effective October 16, as she pursued a “new opportunity outside the CBC in television.” Subsequently, she became a host on Bloomberg TV Canada’s “Bloomberg North” in early 2016. After Bloomberg TV Canada’s winddown in September 2017, Bell Media rehired Lang to join Business News Network (now BNN Bloomberg), where she currently co-hosts “Bloomberg Markets” as part of a co-production arrangement for the program.

Amanda Lang Salary

Lang has an estimated salary of $30,000 to $80,000 from her career at BNN Bloomberg.

Amanda Lang Net Worth

Lang has an estimated annual Net worth of $ 1 million to $5 million earned from her career as a Business journalist.

Amanda Lang Conflict of interest controversies

In 2011, Lang moderated a panel on CBC’s “The National” tasked with assessing the credibility of then NDP leader Jack Layton’s election platform. In July 2011, CBC’s Ombudsman issued a ruling, affirming that “Lang’s reporting on NDP policy could not be separated from Layton’s leadership qualities and qualifications as a candidate. Any of her campaign-related reporting, even if it had only an indirect connection to the Liberals or NDP, could have been perceived as a conflict of interest.”

In December 2014, the media website Canadaland presented evidence that earlier in the same year, Lang had provided favorable CBC coverage to two companies, Manulife and Sun Life. Importantly, Lang had not disclosed to viewers that both of these companies had recently engaged her for speaking engagements. Furthermore, in January 2015, Canada published stories highlighting that Lang had taken part in the coverage of the Royal Bank of Canada during its temporary foreign worker program scandal.

During this time, she interviewed with the then-CEO of the bank, Gord Nixon. What was not disclosed to viewers was that Lang had participated in speaking engagements at RBC-sponsored events, where she promoted her book featuring a back cover endorsement from Nixon. It was also not revealed that she was in a relationship with a board member of the bank.

Amanda Lang Social Media Platforms

Lang is very active on her Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook pages. She has 49.8k followers on Twitter, 1k followers on Instagram, and 1k followers on Facebook.


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