Byron Barnett (Channel 7) Bio-Wiki, Age, Wife, 7News, Salary, Height and Net Worth

Byron Barnett

Byron Barnett Biography and Wiki

Byron Barnett is an American journalist who currently works as a reporter and urban host for WHDH, virtual channel 7 in Boston, Massachusetts.

Byron Barnett Age and Birthday

Barnett joined 7News in 1983, He is thought to be in his early 60’s as of 2021. His exact age and date of birth are pending review.

Byron Barnett Height

Barnett is of average stature, He stands at an estimated 5 feet 8 inches (1.72m) with moderate weight.

Byron Barnett Education

Byron went to a local school in Minneapolis, Minnesota where he received his high school studies. From there, he joined Minnesota University where he graduated with a degree in broadcast journalism.

Byron Barnett Family| Parents| Siblings

Barnet’s family currently lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States of America. He has not revealed the names of his parents and siblings to the public.

Byron Barnett Wife| Is she married?

Byron is married to an unknown woman with whom they share three children together. The couple lives in Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America. Our team will update more on his family soon as possible.

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Byron Barnett Salary

According to 7News anchors and reporters salary, Byron earns a salary between $33,774 and $112,519 every year.

Byron Barnett Net Worth

Barne has an estimated net worth of $1 million as of 2021. This is estimated from his broadcast journalism spanning nearly four decades among other investments.

Byron Barnett 7News

Byron is an American journalist who currently serves as a reporter and urban host for WHDH-TV, 7News in Boston, Massachusetts. Born and raised up in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Barnett was also a reporter at KSTP-TV, in Minneapolis St. Paul, Minnesota.

Byron has covered Politics, crime stories, entertainment news on both local and international levels. Some of his most interesting stories include the release of American hostages from a hijacked TWA flight in Lebanon in 1985, the riots in Lawrence Massachusetts in 1984, and the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster that killed New Hampshire school teacher Christa McAuliffe.

His other notable coverages include the Oklahoma City bombing in 1995 and death penalty trial of bomber Timothy McVeigh, and every presidential campaign since Reagan-Mondale in 1984, including the historic campaigns of the nation’s first African American President Barack Obama.

He is a winner of several awards such as the National Association of Black Journalists Region one journalist of the year, Sigma Delta Chi award, YMCA Black Achievers award.

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