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Burnett has followers all across America as well as the entire world for her previous work on CNBC and NBC.

American news anchor and journalist, Erin Burnett is popular for being an anchor of her own show Erin Burnett Out Front on CNN.

The cable anchor is said to be demanding a hefty pay raise if the network's new CEO, Jeff Zucker, moves her from her prime time slot at 7pm to the co-host CNN's revamped morning show with Chris Cuomo.

Sources told the New York Post that Ms Burnett's .5 million contract with CNN includes a clause requiring her show to air in prime time and the cable network would need to offer her an attractive buyout to get her to budge.

Erin Isabelle Burnett was born on 2 July, 1976 in Mardela Springs in Maryland. Then she attended the Williams College in Williamstown in Massachusetts where she studied economics and political science.

Her father, Kenneth King is an attorney and her mother is Esther Margaret. She later graduated in political economy with a degree in Bachelor of Arts.

Here she started a show in her own name, “Erin Burnett Out Front.” This program has made a wide impact on the minds of her audience.

They are enjoying their marital life with no any news of separation.

During her tenure of her work, Burnett was approached by the CNN as a booker and a writer, for the show Moneyline.

Later she quit from CNN and started working the digital media group of Citygroup’s.

After that, she began her professional career as a financial analyst and that time she used to work for Goldman Sachs. Video: However, she joined Citigroup’s digital media group and became their vice president.

She was previously the co-anchor of CNBC's Squawk on the Street program and the host of CNBC's Street Signs program.