Who Is Brent Weber?
Brent Weber is an American cross-platform talent/ producer/ writer resource in the upper Midwest/ Filmmaker/Multimedia Journalist and broadcaster working for WOWT as an anchor, reporter, and multimedia journalist since joining in June 2021.
Brent Weber Date of Birth / Age
Weber is 61 years old as of 2022. He was born on the 19th of November 1961 in Champaign, Illinois.
Brent Weber Height
Weber stands at a height of approximately 5 feet and 7 inches tall.
Brent Weber Parents and Siblings
Weber was born in Champaign, Illinois. He has three older siblings who grew up to be” unique and inspiring adults” as quoted by The Sports Guy: Scorecard Scribblings From An Ordinary Journalist” in which he is its author . Illinois, is where he had grown up then he later moved to Ohio when he was in his youth then to Tucker, Georgia. He manages to keep information regarding his parents, siblings, and extended members of his family away from the limelight. We will however update this information once it’s available to the public.
Brent Weber Spouse(Wife)
Weber tied the knot with Shelly who was his high school sweetheart in 1982. They have a daughter together named Nicole who was born 5 years later after their marriage. They divorced after Nicole’s birth and he “committed to being the best possible father ever since” as quoted by him in his article “The Sports Guy: Scorecard Scribblings From An Ordinary Journalist” which he first issued in 2002 and later published a reprinted version in 2015.
Brent Weber Kids / Children
Weber has a daughter, Jennifer Nicole Savick Weber whom he had with his ex wife in 1987. She stands at a height of 5 feet and 2 inches. She studied at Chapman University, California while professionally performing in theatre at Curtain Call in Tustin, CA. Later she moved to Austin, Texas and pursued acting in Texas while she studied at Oklahoma City University and UT-Arlington which she had academically transferred to. Later, she finished her undergraduate degree in 2012 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theatre Performance from UTA. She later took up the Actors’ Equity Membership Candidacy program while working at Oklahoma CityRep Theatre, Oklahoma. She has been featured in films such as So Help Me God, Enron, Lavender, Garage fail to just list a few.
Additionally, when she was at the tender age of 14, she got accepted into the Academy for the Performing Arts High School in Huntington Beach, California. Also, she experienced coaching at Comedy Sportz LA in Los Angeles and at South Coast Repertory in Costa Mesa, CA. At APA. Last but not least, she worked with professionals while receiving advanced practicing opportunity. For example, she played a lead role in the school’s enrollment into the Fringe Festival, Scotland in 2004.
Brent Weber Education
Weber was schooled in Tucker and later went to Georgia State University, Atlanta in 1979. He graduated college in 1983 with a Bachelors degree in Journalism. He later went to the University of Oklahoma Gaylord college of Journalism and Mass communications. In 2011, he graduated with a Master’s Art in Journalism.
Brent Weber Career
Webber is a cross-platform talent/ producer/ writer resource in the upper Midwest/ Filmmaker/Multimedia Journalist and broadcaster who works for WOWT as an anchor, reporter, and multimedia journalist. He began his career back in school when he was overnight radio jock in 1979 on WRAS-FM. He later progressed to being the program where he synchronized the staff of more than 30 college DJs and sports director in which he controlled more than 200 live hockey broadcasts, college baseball and basketball. Also, in 1982 he was the sports Editor for Weekly papers for a year in Fayette, Georgia.
In 1980, he was the sports intern for CNN, at Cable News Network for 4 years. Also, in the same period of time i.e. in 1980-1984 he was the weekend and fill-in sports anchor at Statewide Radio Network, Atlanta. Between the years 1983-1984 he was the news and sports director for WQMT Radio, Dalton and also directed high school football play-by-play responsibilities. In August 1980, for 4 years and 5 months he was the high school football play-by-play Cable East Point College Park. Incidentally, in 1984 he became the sports information specialty for 2 years in Georgia State University. Also, he was the sports information specialty for Division I University, a member of CoSida and also served as an assistant while in school in 1979-1983.
In the course of 1986, he was the sports director for WMGT-TV, Chattanooga and the weekday anchor for NBC affiliate, he developed and presented a weekend high school football program for 2 years. In 1988, he was the weekday reporter and weekend sports anchor for WTVC-TV, Chattanooga for a year. Additionally, he was the director of broadcasting for Chattanooga Lookouts in January 1989 for 8 months. From 1993 to1993, he was the sports anchor for WDEF-TV, the weekend anchor and reporter for CBS affiliate, Chattanooga. For 5 years since January 1989, he was the sports/news and talk personality for WGOW-WSKZ TV. Also, he presented occasional sport talk show, play-by-play high school football for AM/FM combo and sports updates in Chattanooga.
In 1993 for 4 years, he was the correspondent and anchor for CNN in Atlanta and Los Angeles. Two years later, in 1999, he joined KCAL 9 as the host and LA Times Sports Prep show for 2 years. Furthermore, he hosted for weekly high school magazine show in Los Angeles. In the year 1995, he was the Sports Director for Orange County news Channel for 6 years. For less than a year in 2002, he was the weekend sports anchor for KSWB-TV, San Diego. In 2002, he was the marketing and production coordinator for the Academy for Performing Arts, Huntington Beach for 5 years.
Later in 2004, he was the anchor and reporter of KVMD-TV, Los Angeles for 2 years. During that time he also developed and presented the show “Action Figures” and also anchored and reported the news for “Southern California Report” M-F domestic newscasts.
Latterly, he went on to join the Fox Sports Net, Los Angeles in 2006. While there he worked as the reporter within which he provided coverage for the pre and post game reports for various teams on the Network regionals e.g. Dodgers, Lakers etc. program and filmed Major League Basketball’s playoffs in New York City for the channel for a year. Succeeding this, he worked for the Sinclair Broadcast Group as the morning news anchor and also worked as the presiding anchor for Fox affiliate, Oklahoma City TV market.
For a year and a month he served Oklahoma City Thunder as the host of “Air Thunder” and a sideline reporter where he; broadcasted In-game, presented pre and post game and cross- examined for NBA sanction. He worked all-season and he played a part in and presented in “Air Thunder” and “Thunder Road” for a year since 2008.
Moreover, in 2010 he was the supplement executive producer of “OU Nightly”(news, weather and sports) and “Sooner Sports Pad”(the making of weekly sports program) for the University of Oklahoma. Also, he supervised sophomore-produced live day to day newscasts Gaylord School of Journalism, who are the 2012 OAB/OEBA that won 1st place in Student Newscast and are the repeated Emmy honoree by Heartland Emmy Awards for Student Newscast. He also helped weather, sports and news unit. Also, he advised and aided the making of weekly sports program, Sooner Sports Pad, which is the first sophomore made TV show to be on air across the nation through the Fox Sports Networks. Additionally, he was the add-on trainer in the Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communications and a member of OBEA. He did all this in the span of 4 years and 7 months.
Following this, in October 2013 he became the sports commentator for KOSU Radio and added material for weekly sport talk programs involving Oklahoma City Thunder in Oklahoma State University and other region that have some relation to sports and added to newscasts. He achieved all this in 10 months. In June 2014, he was a journalism instructor full time for 11 months in Auburn University, Alabama. During his time there he dabbled in guiding in newswriting, sport reporting and reporting, making of news for media and last but not least was the Society of Professional Journalists co-advisor. On top of this, he was also a journalist instructor for Cypress University, California within which its Journalism faculty in the Fine arts department is ranked the third community college. He worked there for a year and 4 months.
In addition to that, he was the managing editor and anchor for KRCR ABC 7 for the news. He covered breaking news within which five were anchored as evening newscasts and special reports. Also, he reported and dabbled in making line newscasting since November 2016 to October 2018. He took a career break for 2 years since October 2018. While on break, acted as a caregiver for his parents during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Furthermore, he had opened his own Weber Creative and Action Figures TV, Sunset Beach which he started in 2001 and has been managing it as of 2022 as he is its Independent owner. Also, he has a YouTube channel that documents his career in the broadcast industry. He now works WOWT as a multimedia journalist, reporter and anchor since joining in June 2021.
To boot, he volunteers to foundations such as; Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Upwards Transitions, Disaster and Humanitarian Relief, American Lung Association in which he acted as the MC at National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum at fundraiser, annual fundraising event and event host respectively. As of 2022, he is volunteering at Boots and Bandanas since December 2013 and Man of the Year Candidate, The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society since January 2009.Also he has 50 skills that he can do on his (Linked In) social media account.
How Much Does Brent Weber Earn?
Weber approximately earns an annual salary that ranges from $100,000-$500,000.
How Much is Brent Weber Worth?
As a reporter, Weber has been able to accumulate a net worth that ranges from $1 million to $5 million
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