Bob Barnard Biography
Bob Barnard is a prominent American journalist currently working as the Morning and Good Day DC reporter for FOX 5. Before joining WTTG Fox 5, he worked as a reporter at CBS stationed in Tampa.
While there, Bob helped in several coverages of O.J. Simpson’s Not Guilty verdict from the streets of Los Angeles, the Oklahoma City bombing, hurricanes as well as the U.S military’s efforts to feed starving refugees in Somalia.
Bob Barnard Age
Bob Bernard was born in 1962 in Long Island, the easternmost part of New York, United States. He is 60 years old.
Bob Barnard Height
Bob is a man of standard stature and stands at the height of 5 feet 9 inches (Approx 1.75m).
Bob Barnard Family
Bob Bernard was born in 1962 to his loving and caring parents in Long Island, the easternmost part of New York, United States of America. Nevertheless, Bob has not uttered chief details with regard to his staunch parents or if he has any siblings.
Bob Barnard Education
He attended and graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism from a college in the Bronx.
Bob Barnard Wife
Bob is a married man. However, he chooses to live a personal life and does not disclose any information with respect to his other half. Bob is a proud dad to his one appealing son and one stunning daughter.
Bob Barnard Salary
He pockets a satisfactory salary of $87,105 annually. This is in accordance with Fox 5 News anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Bob Branard Net Worth
Bob Barnard has piled up a hefty wealth over the years she has served and has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million – $5 Million.
Bob Barnard Career
As of now, Bob serves at FOX 5 stationed in Washington, D.C as a reporter since 1997. Bob covers live reports for the 6 a.m., 7 a.m., as well as 8 a.m. newscasts. Moreover, he also covers live reports for Good Day DC. At the station, Bob has covered major stories such as the Beltway sniper’s reign of terror as well as the attack on the Pentagon on 11th September 2001.
Before joining WTTG Fox 5, he worked as a reporter at CBS stationed in Tampa. While there, Bob covered O.J. Simpson’s Not Guilty verdict from the streets of Los Angeles, the Oklahoma City bombing, hurricanes as well as the U.S military’s efforts to feed starving refugees in Somalia.
Bob also worked at the CBS-TV station located in Orlando. While there, he got the entitlement to fly with the Blue Angeles and was parachuted on the back of a veteran skydiver dressed as Santa. Bob also covered NASCAR and Spring Break.