Stephen Stock Biography
Stephen Stock is a skilled American journalist currently working as a reporter for NBC Bay Area. He worked as an investigative reporter for CBS4 in Miami.
Stephen Stock Age|Birthday
How old is Stock? He has not disclosed information regarding her date or year of birth. However, he might be in his 60s.
Stephen Stock Education
He has not disclosed information regarding where He attended College/University. This information is currently under review.
Stephen Stock Height| Weight
Stock stands on an average height of 5 feet 7 inches and weighs around 70kgs
Stephen Stock 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.
Stephen Stock Wife
Stocks is married to the lady Lynn, who put up with him for more than 45 years. Lynn and Stephen met at UNC-Chapel Hill where they fell in love—with each other
Stephen Stock Children
They have one amazing smart son, Michael, who followed in his parent’s footsteps, in fact exceeding them, as an Honors College student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill before becoming a sports data analyst.
Stephen Stock NBC Bay Area
Stock had California’s Governor and State Assembly scrambling to address an environmental issue he uncovered. The unregulated practice of widespread hydraulic fracturing, commonly known as fracking, for oil in California
He’s also reported the numbers of people polling in California in the name of dead inhabitants, a rise in the number of high-quality fake IDs in the US which is now generating a homeland security threat, campaign finance ties between Silicon Valley and the halls of political power, and questionable federal stimulus spending. Stock has also exposed the still little regulated practice of having children as young as eight years old work in the fields of America, from California’s Central Valley to North Carolina’s tobacco road.
Stocks worked as an investigative reporter for CBS4 in Miami where his work changed policies, laws, and lives before joining the Bay Area. While at CBS4, he reported troubles in America’s aviation security systems, dozens of troubled bridges in South Florida, double dipping at Miami’s police department, allegations of misuse of power in Miami Beach, violence in local schools, questionable use of federal tax dollars through the US Farm Bill and FEMA storm unpreparedness.
He also covered the space shuttle program for NBC and was part of the team of reporters who won a Columbia Alfred I. DuPont Silver Baton for coverage of the space shuttle Columbia tragedy. He also led the team at NBC Bay Area which won a National Society of Professional Journalist Sigma Delta Chi Award and a National Emmy nomination for their coverage of the crash of Asian Flight 214 at San Francisco International Airport.
Stephen Stock Career
He’s also been honored several times by the Society of Professional Journalists Green Eyeshade Awards (covering 11 different states) and has been cited two times in the Best of Television category. His work garnered two regional Associated Press awards including a Mark Twain award, two different citations by Florida’s Associated Press as Best Investigative Report, an Individual Achievement honor, and two different Best in TV awards.
He’s also won three Edward R Murrow Awards, including one for his work exposing the practice of having children work in the fields of American agriculture. And one for his work documenting the number of close calls between airplanes in the air and on the ground in South Florida.
Stock also garnered nine local Emmy Awards. From the Northern California Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS). He’s also won another nine Suncoast Regional NATAS Emmy Awards for his investigations into cargo theft in the United States. Medical mistakes where patients were billed by doctors anyway and political blackmail involving strip clubs in Miami Beach. In all, he’s won 18 individual and team regional Emmy Awards.
He’s twice been a finalist for the IRE award, given by the nation’s prestigious Investigative Reporters and Editors organization. Stock was named an Ethics Fellow at the Poynter Institute for Media Studies in St. Petersburg in 2004. He’s also taught computer-assisted and investigative journalism at Poynter. IRE, NABJ/NAHJ, SPJ, and in newsrooms and universities around the country.
Before joining NBC Bay Area Stocks also worked in Greenville, South Carolina, as Anderson Bureau Chief and Investigative Reporter and in Wilmington. Roanoke, Virginia, where he got his start in commercial television, Roanoke, Virginia, where he got his start in commercial television. As well as North Carolina as the Senior Investigative Reporter and anchor,
Stephen Stock Marriage
Stock’s Lynn also is a journalist serving as an editor in Silicon Valley. They have one amazing smart son, Michael. Who followed in his parent’s footsteps. In fact exceeding them, as an Honors College student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Before becoming a sports data analyst. Michael also served as an officer in the Marching Tar Heel band. And as a leader of the Coral Gables High School Band.
He makes his dad look amateurish with his video and editing technology skills. Stocks is married to a lady, Lynn, who has put up with him for more than 45 years. And through countless news assignments that have kept them apart. Lynn and Stephen met at UNC-Chapel Hill where they fell in love—with each other. And with Tar Heel basketball and everything else Carolina Blue. Lynn also is a journalist serving as an editor in Silicon Valley.
Stephen Stock Salary & Net Worth
He 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.
Stephen Stock’s Social Media Platforms
He is very active on social media platforms. And has over 3.5k followers on Twitter, 505 followers on Instagram, and over 4k followers on Facebook.