Chuck Scarborough Biography|Profile
Chuck Scarborough is an accomplished American journalist and author, who is currently working as an anchor at WNBC, the New York City flagship station of the NBC Television Network, and has also appeared on NBC News since 1974. Scarborough attended and graduated from the University of Southern Mississippi. Chuck has also worked for the United States Air Force.
Chuck Scarborough Age
How old is Scarborough? He is 77 years old as of 2023. Scarborough was born on 4 November 1943 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. He celebrates his birthday on the $th November every year.
Chuck Scarborough Education
Scarborough attended and graduated from the University of Southern Mississippi. Chuck has also worked for the United States Air Force.
Chuck Scarborough Height|Weight
Scarborough stands on an average height of 5 feet 7 inches and weighs around 70kgs
Chuck Scarborough Family
He was born in the united state, however, he has not revealed information regarding his family members. This information will be updated as soon as it is available.
Chuck Scarborough Wife|married
Scarborough has been in marriages. He is currently married to Ellen Ward Scarborough. Scarborough was previously married to Anne Ford and Linda Gross. The couple is also blessed with two children.
Chuck Scarborough Children
The couple is also blessed with two children, hence he has not disclosed information regarding his kids. This information will be updated as soon as it is available.
Chuck Scarborough NBC 4
In March 1974, Scarborough joined NBC News as the sole anchor of WNBC-TV’s then-new 5:00 PM newscast, NewsCenter 4. Eventually, he became the station’s lead anchor at 6 pm and 11 pm. In 2003, he became the unofficial “dean” of New York-area television news anchors when WABC-TV anchor Bill Beutel retired after 37 years.
During his final broadcast on WNAC-TV, Scarborough ended the newscast with a commentary in which he identified the issue of race as the most important challenge facing Boston. A scant few months later, Boston erupted into racial unrest as the result of a federal court order to end its policy of de facto racial segregation in public schools. Additionally, during hir tenure at WNAC had been the perennial trailer among Boston’s three VHF television news broadcasts, with Scarborough as anchor the station managed to beat its rivals in the 6 pm newscast ratings.
He surpassed Beutel as New York’s most-tenured English-language news anchor in 2011. Five years later, Scarborough succeeded Rafael Pineda of Spanish-language WXTV as the longest-serving anchor in New York television history. For much of his first 20 years with NBC, he occasionally appeared on the network as a correspondent and often anchored the network’s prime-time news updates.
Chuck Scarborough Career
While at WNBC, he has worked alongside Marv Albert, Len Berman, Jack Cafferty, Dr. Frank Field, John Hambrick, Pat Harper, Pia Lindstrom, Sue Simmons, Michele Marsh, and Al Roker, and Tom Snyder, among others. Scarborough was the host of the syndicated programs Images – A Year in Review and Memories.
Then and Now in the late 1980s-early 1990s, and also co-anchored the NBC network documentary series Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow with Maria Shriver and Mary Alice Williams. The 11:00 pm broadcast on July 14, 2017, marked Scarborough’s last in that time slot after 42 years, as he cut back on his schedule to working only the 6 pm. Taking his place at 11 was Stefan Holt, the son of NBC Nightly News anchor Lester Holt.
Chuck Scarborough Awards
Scarborough has received 36 local Emmy Awards and was one of the first inductees into the New York State Broadcasters Association Hall of Fame in 2005. He was inducted alongside Sue Simmons, his co-anchoring partner from 1980 until Simmons’ retirement in June 2012. They were together longer than any other anchor team in New York City television history.
Chuck Scarborough retirement
Scarborough stopped his role as the 11 pm anchor and instead started anchoring the 6 pm newscasts on July 14, 2022. He had to step down from the 11 p.m. news after 42 straight years, the Daily News has learned. “I just wanted to see what it was like being like the rest of the world lives,” he said. Stefan Holt, 31, took over Scarborough’s 11 p.m newscast. As of May 2022, Scarborough is still working for the station serving as the 6 p.m anchor.
Chuck Scarborough Salary|Net Worth
Scarborough has an estimated salary ranging between $70,000 – $125,000 and has an estimated net worth of $1 Million -$5 Million which he earned from his broadcasting career.
Chuck Scarborough Social Media Platforms
He is very active on social media platforms and has over 1k followers on Twitter, 500 followers on Instagram, and over 4k followers on Facebook.