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Adrian Masters Bio, ITV Cymru Wales, Height, Age, Relatives, Spouse, Salary, Net Worth

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Adrian Masters Biography

Adrian Masters is an American in the journalism field who works for  ITV Cymru Wales as a journalist, presenter, author, and political moderator. He is the author of the 2017 general election book “Nothing Has Changed,” has moderated party leader election debates, and hosts our weekly political show Sharp End.

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Adrian Masters Height

Masters stands at a rough height of 5 feet and 7 inches.

Adrian Masters Age

Masters keeps his birthdate and year away from the limelight. Nonetheless, we will update this information once available.

Personal Life

Adrian Masters Relatives and Family

Masters keep away information regarding his family and relatives away from the public eye. However, we will update this information once it’s available to the public.

Adrian Masters Spouse and Children

Masters manages to keep his marital and relationship status private. Nonetheless, we will update this information when details regarding it are available to the public.

Adrian Masters Education

Masters attended the University of the Arts London and attained a postgraduate diploma, in Broadcast Journalism in 1993, and attended the University of Bristol and attained Bachelor Of Arts degree in English in June 1990, he also attended the University of Bristol and attained Bachelor of Arts in English Literature (British and Commonwealth) in1990.

Professional Life

Adrian Masters Career

Masters works for ITV Cymru Wales, he started working for ITV in 2010 as the ITV political editor for Wales, Masters covers all political news for Wales at Six, a nightly news program, and Sharp End, a specialized political discussion program, both on Thursdays. During the 2015 General Election, he presided over the discussions on ITV Wales.

He was listed by Wales Online as one of the top fifty most significant Welsh people on Twitter in June 2015. Masters was a candidate for Welsh Political Journalist of the Year at the Wales Media Awards in February 2017. He mediated the Institute of Welsh Affairs Brexit discussion in Cardiff in January 2016 between First Minister Carwyn Jones and the leadership of UKIP at the time, Nigel Farage.

ITV Cymru Wales carried coverage of the event. Masters published his book “Nothing Has Changed” in 2017, and it included his political journals during the 2017 General Election. The novel, according to BBC broadcaster Huw Edwards, is “a terrific account of the surreal 2017 campaign in Wales with great access to the main players.”

In their yearly St. David’s Day Beard of Wales vote, Keith Flett’s Beard Liberation Front has crowned Masters in February 2019. After Sunday Times Media and Entertainment Editor Grant Tucker, he came in second. Masters received media attention in July 2019 after declining to answer a question for Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

Additionally, during the Prime Minister’s visit to Wales, Johnson’s aides had notified the present Welsh media that they would not be allowed to conduct on-camera interviews and that only oral questions would be directed at the Prime Minister. Masters declined the interview, claiming that employees at Number 10 were preventing the Welsh press from covering the visit.

Adrian Masters BBC News

In 1993, Masters started his journalism career at the now-defunct Touch Radio before moving on to Red Dragon FM. He contributed to several BBC television programs, including BBC Two’s Am. pm, the Welsh version of the Politics Show, and Dragon’s Eye.

Furthermore, he served as the host of several radio programs, such as Called to Order, Good Evening Wales, and occasionally Good Morning Wales. Along with moderating constituency hustings, he also worked on broadcasts throughout the year that included election and conference programming.

Adrian Masters Net Worth

Masters has garnered a net worth ranging from $1 million to $6 million during his successful career as a journalist, presenter, author, and political moderator.

Adrian Masters Salary

Masters receives an approximate annual salary of $110, 000

Adrian Masters Social Media

Masters has active social media platforms Twitter. Masters has a following of 15.7K on Twitter.

Adrian Masters ITV Cymru Wales

At ITV Cymru Wales, Masters works with his fellow journalist and meteorologist:

  1. Andrea Byrne
  2. Andrew Jones
  3. Ruth Wignall
  4. Jonathan Hill