Elizabeth Vargas is an American television journalist working in NBC’s television newsmagazine 20/20 and primary host of ABC’s news special. Previously she was an anchor of World News Tonight. With her military family Puerto Rican father, and Anne Verga's mother she was born in Paterson, New Jersey on September 6, 1962. She is also known as the richest journalist in the United State of America having a net worth of $3 million.
Elizabeth started her career as a reporter for a KOMU-TV. Then she transferred to WBBM-TV in Chicago where she got a chance to interview with high profile personalities. Later then she started to serve as a correspondent and sub-anchor at NBC News. Before her career, she used to be the founder of the Vegas Girls Cabaret, which was a dinner theater/jazz cabaret. She bought VargasGirls.com which was scoring 10,000 hits a month. Then she invested in Good time golf where she was the leading host of the show, she ran it for 45 Episode. After that, she invested in Rock and Roll Fantasy Camp and started Elizabeth Vargas TV.
Elizabeth’s Sources of income:
Ever since childhood of Vegas she always wanted to own the MTV and she discovered that she was able to build it, which is how Edge Music Network come about. Now she is the founder and CEO of Edge Music Network. After studying jazz vocal and Music theory at Cornish College and attending Bellevue University to study international business and media technology Vegas pursued in the music industry. Currently, they are fighting to offer a larger royalty split than any other company that distributes content for artists. As she is distributing a percentage of subscription fee for feeding America as well as helping others in need such as homeless veterans and victim of natural disasters.