Anthony Everett Biography| Wiki
Anthony Everett is an American Emmy Award-winning anchor working for WCVB Channel 5’s nightly newsmagazine, Chronicle since September 2005. He has also worked as co-anchor of NewsCenter 5 at 5, 5:30, 6, and 11 PM.
Anthony Everett Age | Birthday
Everett was born and raised in New York City, United States of America. His exact age and date of birth are not yet disclosed to the public. This details will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Anthony Everett Height
Everett stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches. However, information regarding his other body measurements is still under review.
Anthony Everett Education
He enrolled and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism from Tufts University in Medford, Massachusetts.
Anthony Everett Parents | Siblings
Little is known about Everett’s parents and siblings. However, we are keenly looking into this and will update as soon as it’s available.
Anthony Everett Wife | Married
Anthony is a married man. He is married to his wife Lydia Everett, the couple resides in a modest, modified Cape in a shady enclave of Cohasset. Lydia Everett was born and raised in Lake Michigan.
Anthony Everett Children
Anthony and Lydia are blessed with two children a Son ( Alexander) and a Daughter (Claire). Antony likes to spend time with his family while not working, playing new sports, and exploring new locations.
Anthony Everett Net Worth
Everett’s net worth is publicly not available. His primary source of income is his career as a Television Personality. However, being a successful journalist surely he has a good net worth.
Anthony Everett Salary
Everett has an estimated net worth of around $100K -$250K U.S dollars. His profession as an anchor is the primary source of his income.
Anthony Everett Chronicle
Everett is WCVB Channel 5’s nightly news magazine’s Emmy Award-winning host, Chronicle alongside fellow host Shayna Seymour, Ted Reinstein, and Erika Tarantal as reporter and editor. In September 2005, he was involved with the program. He has also worked at 5, 5:30, 6, and 11 PM as co-anchor of NewsCenter 5.
Anthony Everett WCVB
Anthony began his career at WCVB’s NewsCenter 5 out of 1990 as a general task reporter. Before joining Channel 5, Anthony was a general task reporter and weekday anchor on the 6 PM and 11 PM broadcasts at WVIT-TV, the NBC member in Hartford, CT. In 1984, he began his specialty broadcasting profession as a games reporter and anchor at KSPN-TV in Aspen, Colorado. Later turned into KSPN’s news chief and worked with the station until 1987.
For crucial national occasions and breaking news, Anthony has stepped in as WCVB ‘s senior journalist and has regularly added special reports for all WCVB broadcasts. His good journalistic talents have helped him accumulate several lofty honors for WCVB, including the 2013 Edward R. Murrow Awards for Television Series and Television Documentary, the 2012 Associated Press Awards for Investigative Reporting and Documentary Reporting, and the 2003 National Headliner Award for Breaking News.
Anthony recently stepped in as co-anchor of the station’s Midday, 6 PM, and 11 PM weekend broadcasts. During this period, Everett twice won honors from the National Headliner Awards in the “Spot News” classification during this time.
Anthony Everett Awards and Recognitions
- Anthony has been honored with multiple Emmy Awards, including Emmys in 2016 for his reporting on Education, and for his reporting on the high incidence of cancer among Boston Firefighters.
- In 2015, he received an Emmy for his reporting on Alzheimer’s as a societal concern.
- He also received the Emmy for hosting a special on “Holiday Lights” in 2015 and for a special on the Boston Pops 125th anniversary in 2011.
- His work as a host of Chronicle was recognized with an Emmy in 2010.
- He also was honored with Emmys for his reporting on the recycling industry in 2009, and for a report on special education in 2008.
- In 2015, Anthony received a first-place National Headliner award for Health and Science reporting.
- He has won numerous additional awards, including the 1996 National Headliner Award and Massachusetts Broadcasters Association First Place award for spot news coverage.
- In 1993, the RTNDA recognized him with the “Continuing Coverage” award and in 1991 he received an award from the Associated Press in the same category.