Quick Facts of Rob Powers
Rob Powers, a four-time Emmy award winner, is an American television news anchor and journalist at WEWS-TV, an ABC affiliate in Cleveland, Ohio. He used to work as a sportscaster in major television stations including WABC-TV and was also the co-anchor of WEWS-TV newscast.
Rob Powers is a married man and has two lovely children. Powers perfectly manages to balance his personal as well as professional life. If you want to know more about the hard-working and talented journalist, Rob Powers, then you’ve landed in the right place.
Rob Powers Bio & Wiki
WEWS-TV anchor, Rob Powers was born in 1965 in Cleveland, Ohio to parents Beth and Bryan. Powers attended Holy Name High School and graduated from Eastern Michigan University.
Rob Powers Net Worth and Salary
Rob Powers has a net worth of $700,000 as of 2019. Powers’ main source of income is his journalism career. At present, he works at WEWS-TV as an anchor and has won four Emmy awards as well. As per sources, an anchor at WEWS network earns an annual salary of around $40,000.
Although Powers hasn’t revealed his actual salary, he might earn somewhere between $35,000-$45,000. His present stint at Wews-Tv network seems to be a fruitful decision.
Rob Powers Married, Children
In the official site of WEWS-TV, Rob revealed his wife’s name as Debbie. Hence, he is a married man and it appears that the talented anchor is a dad of two lovely sons. Powers considers his family as a source of inspiration and they altogether live a harmonious life.
Rob currently resides in Cleveland, Ohio with his family. They often visit exotic places for vacations and in spare time Powers takes his children for a baseball match.
Rob Powers Age, Height
Rob is 54 years old as of 2019. Even at this age and with a hectic work schedule, he manages to find time for outdoor sports and exercise. Powers has an athletic body and stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inch (1.79m).
Rob Powers Professional Life, Awards
Powers’ early television assignments included stops in Binghamton, New York, and Indianapolis. Also, he worked as a sports director and 5:30 p.m. news anchor for WTVG, an ABC affiliate in Toledo, Ohio. While in Toledo, Powers earned four Emmy Awards.
When not anchoring sports, he was the play-by-play voice announcer for University of Toledo football and basketball, as well as the city’s minor league baseball team, the Toledo Mud Hens.
After his stay at WTVG, he then became the weekday evening and Saturday morning sports anchor for WABC-TV, ABC’s flagship station in New York City.
On July 28, 2016, Powers announced via Facebook that he will leave WABC-TV on July 29 to his hometown, Cleveland, for a news anchor job at ABC affiliate WEWS-TV and to also reunite with his family in Cleveland.