Alex Stone Biography
Alex Stone is a well-known American journalist presently working for ABC News as a Los Angeles-stationed national radio correspondent since October 2004.
Prior to joining ABC News, he served at KOA Radio in Denver as a general assignment reporter. During his studies at the University of Colorado at Boulder, he anchored Colorado’s Morning News Saturday and reported the news on the weekdays.
Alex Stone Age
Alex Stone was born on 9th September 1980, in the United States of America. He is 41 years old.
Alex Stone Height
Alex is a man of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (Approx 1.7 m).
Alex Stone Family
Alex Stone was born and brought up in the United States of America by his staunch and supportive father and mother. However, Alex has not divulged any information with reference to either his parents or whether he has siblings.
Alex Stone Education
After finishing his primary and high school education, he matriculated at the University of Colorado Boulder and graduated with a BS in both journalism and Mass communications.
Alex Stone Wife
He is gladly happily married to his beloved wife called Alli Stone. The adorable couple is blessed with two stunning children, a daughter, and a son.
Alex Stone Salary
He earns a satisfactory salary of $73,511 per year. This is according to ABC News correspondents’ salaries.
Alex Stone Net Worth
Alex Stone has amassed a lot of wealth from his successful career and has an estimated net worth of $2 million.
Alex Stone Career
Alex is currently working for ABC News as a Los Angeles-stationed national radio correspondent since October 2004. He has covered stories all over the globe, including the 2011 Japan earthquake and tsunami and the 2004 Southeast Asia tsunami. In 2005, Alex spent weeks in New Orleans and the surrounding areas of Louisiana covering the storm aftermath and Hurricane Katrina. He has covered Olympics in South Korea, China, England, and Canada.
He has also covered various high-profile trials at ABC News, including the cases of Scott Peterson, OJ Simpson, Michael Jackson, as well as Kobe Bryant. Moreover, Alex covered numerous wildfires. Before joining ABC News, he was trained by members of physical fitness “pack test” requirements to be on the front lines of wildfires as well as Boulder, Colorado’s wildland family to meet federal firefighter classroom.
Alex ABC News in October of 2004. Prior to joining the network, he worked at KOA Radio in Denver as a general assignment reporter. Throughout his studies at the University of Colorado at Boulder, Alex reported the news on the weekdays and also anchored Colorado’s Morning News on Saturday.
He kicked off his career at KSRO Radio located in Santa Rosa, California, while studying high school. Alex started working at KSRO for a program known as Teens on Air at the age of 12. At age 13, he joined the KSRO news family and anchored the afternoon news after classes, and also reported on local news for the morning show before school.
Alex has received many national Edward R. Murrow Awards for coverage of the nation’s Emergency Alert System, the Japan tsunami, airport security, as well as the 2015 terror attack in San Bernardino, CA.