Steve Chamraz Biography
Steve Chamraz is an American Journalist, Anchor, and Reporter working as a News Anchor and Investigative Reporter at TMJ4 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He served as a reporter for Fox-owned WFLD-TV. At KMOV-TV in St. Louis and KCTV-TV in Kansas City, he headed the investigative news teams.
Steve Chamraz Age
Chamraz is 45 years old as of 2020. He was born Stephen Chamraz Edward on October 24, 1975, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United State of America. He celebrates his birthday on October 24 every year and his zodiac sign Scorpio.
Steve Chamraz Education
Chamraz attended the Poynter Institute for Media Studies and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism, Political Science, and Criminology from Marquette University.
Steve Chamraz Wife | Marriage
Chamraz is a married man and lives in Whitefish Bay, but when it comes to matters concerning his personal life, he is somehow private. He has not posted the comprehensive details on social media for his wife and family yet.
Steve Chamraz Tmj4 | WTMJ, Milwaukee
Chamraz started his broadcasting career in 1994 as a newsroom assistant, stuck on 620 WTMJ as a medium-term news analyst and as a TV field producer at that stage. “Steve anchors “Live at 5” and “Live at 10” with Carole Meekins every one of these years after the reality. Similarly, he has “The Now: Milwaukee.” “To state that this is a fantasy work is no embellishment,” said Steve. “This is an extraordinary place and I am considered to be part of an amazing legacy.”
Since returning to TODAY’S TMJ4 in 2011, Steve needs to lead the way as an I-TEAM individual. His work twice received a grant for investigative reporting from the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association. In 2016, he received an Edward R. Murrow grant for his “Making the Milwaukee” news narrative.
In 2014, Steve’s reporting uncovered nearby school areas neglecting to penetrate the necessary amount of protection every year. In the aftermath of being discovered violating state law, these schools were forced to change their health drill arrangements.
Earlier in 2011, Steve’s I-TEAM reporting revealed problems with illegal childcare, including unsafe activities that added to young people’s transitions. This prompted hearings by an advisory committee of the state senate, which is proposing enactment to help guard children in childcare.
A graduate of Marquette University in 1998, Steve is a great Golden Eagles b-ball enthusiast. He loves watching Brewers baseball during the warmer months, preferably on a night when the rooftop is available.
Prior to returning to Milwaukee, Steve worked at the position where he grew up in Chicago as a reporter for Fox-claimed WFLD-TV. At KMOV-TV in St. Louis and KCTV-TV in Kansas City, he headed the investigative reporting groups. He has also advertised for television slots in Madison and San Francisco. On the CBS Evening News, An Hour, and Court TV, Steve’s work has been highlighted.
His reporting, including a National Headliner Award for Investigative Reporting, was respected with a portion of the company’s most notable awards. Steve has received ten territorial Edward R. Murrow Awards, nine Mid-America Emmy Awards, three Missouri Broadcasters Awards, the Kansas Broadcasters Award and numerous Kansas City Press Club honors. Steve was a finalist for the Investigative Reporters and Editors Award.
Steve Chamraz Salary | Net Worth
Due to his long career as an anchor, Chamraz is handsomely paid as an American Broadcast Journalist, Anchor, and Reporter. His information is not yet verified about the exact amount of money he receives and the total assets he holds.
Steve Chamraz Awards
- George Foster Peabody Award
- National Headliner Award
- Investigative Reporters & Editors Award
Edward R. Murrow Award
- 2016, News Documentary
- 2009, Breaking News Coverage
- 2008/2005/2004, Investigative Reporting
- 2008/2007, News Series
- 2007, Hard News