|Full Name||James Fulton Hoge Jr.|
|Last Name||Hoge Jr.|
|Birth City||New York City, New York|
|Birth Country||United States|
|Spouse||Alice Albright (divorced in 1971)|
|Relation With||Cynthia McFadden (1998)|
|No Of Children||3 children including list and lawyer Cynthia McFadden, Spencer Graham McFadden Hoge (born in 1998)|
|Education||Yale University - B.A. in political science (1958)|
|Date of Birth||December 25,1935|
American magazine editor James F. Hoge Jr. is one of the renowned names in the field of journalism. He is active in this fraternity since 1958, and in his six decades-long careers, he worked with many popular channels and newspapers. Currently, he is working as the senior advisor for the global executive advisory firm, Teneo.
The Yale University graduate was born as James Fulton Hoge Jr. on Christmas Day on 25th December 1935, in New York City, New York. Moreover, he holds an American nationality and hails from white ethnicity/race. Find out more details about Hoge's personal life in the followings sections.
Magazine editor, Hoge is in a blissful relationship with an American TV journalist, Cynthia McFadden since 1998. The couple is together for 21 years now, and with each passing day, their bonding is just getting better and stronger.
The couple, however, isn't married yet, but their fans are curious to see the duo as married pair. It seems like; the love birds are happy with their current relationship status and no hurry to turned into a marital affair.
James Hoge and his longtime partner are the proud parents of a son. First and foremost, they proclaimed that they're expecting a child since the year they began dating. Later, they shared an adorable baby boy, Spencer Graham McFadden Hoge (born on July 1998).
The sweethearts were also seen together with their son attending Super Bowl Party at the Oak Room on 1st February 2009 in New York City, New York. They also appeared at the premiere of The Young Black Stallion at Loews Imax Theatre on 12th July 2003.
The Chicago Sun-Times longtime employee, Hoge, was married to his first wife, Alice Albright at a private ceremony. His wife is an American screenwriter who wrote the film, Silkwood (1983) with Nora Ephron.
Additionally, the couple shares three children. The couple, however, after staying married for more than a decade, decided to split apart. Later, they filed for divorce, citing irreconcilable differences which finalized on 1971.
Foreign Affairs editor James Hoge maintains a net worth of $10 million as of 2019. The main source of his income is from his career in television and Newspaper as an editor and financial expertise. According to Pay Scale, an experienced makes $51,549 as an annual salary in the United States.
Hoge worked as an editor in the daily Newspaper, Chicago Sun-Times, where he gained much appreciation from his publications and articles that he edited. After James left his position, Chris Fusco is currently for the Newspaper as an editor.
James Hoge and his partner, McFadden, purchased accommodation in Upper East Side located near New York City, New York, for $5 Million in 2013. They further sold their home at $6 Million.
Their former house was built in 1899, that features four bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms on 4,240 square feet. It also consists of a large dining room with a casual entertainment room, a kitchen with furnished ceilings, and many more.
The 83-year-old, Hoge is actively serving in various charitable programs as well as in numerous foundations as an endeavor. He considers donating 10% of his income to charity funds so that every living can live a better life.
James is also working prosperously as the vice-chairperson of the International Center for Journalists. He is also the co-founder of Human Rights Watch and the Foundation for a Civil Society. He previously served as the chairman of the Pulitzer Prize.
As an author, James Hoge wrote his first book, The Clash of Civilizations?: The Debate in 1996. The book is about the great divisions among humankind, and the dominating source of international conflict will be cultural. The price of his book is $989.90, including 15 used ($2.88) and two new from ($925.89).
Hoge co-wrote a book, How Did This Happen? Terrorism and the New War with Gideon Rose on November 2001. This book shows the story of the 11th September 2001 terrorist attack, which made everyone question "How did this happen?". It costs $14.98 including 54 used ($0.08), 20 new ($2.97), and 3 collectible ($5.95).
James wrote and published a book, Understanding the War on Terror in 2005, which is about the United States awoke to find itself after the devastating terrorists attack. This book costs $33.98, including three new ($8.01) and 22 used ($2.17).
James Hoge started his career as an editor for the Chicago Sun-Times upon graduation from Yale University in 1958. She later served as an editor in chief of the Sun-Time's sister, publication, the Chicago Daily News in 1976.
Hoge appointed as the president and publisher of the Harvard Business School Advanced Management Program in 1980. He further followed fellowships at the Harvard Institute of Politics in 1991.
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James also enrolled in the Freedom Forum Media Studies Center at the Columbia University Graduate of School of Journalism in 1992. His other notable works are The New Republic, Nieman Reports, and many more.
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