Bob Wojnowski is a well-known American columnist nowadays laboring in Detroit, Michigan on WXYT-FM as a host of a radio show and for The Detroit News as a columnist. Also, Bob makes appearances frequently on Fox 2 WJBK’s Sunday Night Sports Works roundtable.
Previously, he served at WDFN as a co-host of the Stoney and Wojo radio show. The Wojo show had been a compatible rating leader for years in the Detroit afternoon drive period place together with co-host Wojo, and Mike Stone, the Stoney until January 20, 2009, when it came to an end. Also, he is a longtime energetic associate of the Detroit Sports Broadcasters Association.
Bob Wojnowski Age
Bob Wojnowski was born in Buffalo, New York, in the United States on November 19, 1961, he is 61 years of age.
Bob Wojnowski Height
Wojnowski stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 6 in (Approx. 1.65 m).
Bob Wojnowski Family
He was born and brought up by his protective parents in Buffalo, New York, in the United States. He prefers a private life when it comes to his family and he has not revealed any information concerning his siblings and parents hence their existence and careers are not known.
Bob Wojnowski Wife
Despite being a popular journalist, he is a secretive person who has not revealed any info concerning his earlier and present relationships hence the info will be updated as soon as he does. He is currently rooming in the United States.
Bob Wojnowski Education
Bob studied for his high school studies in Battle Creek and afterward, he joined the University of Michigan where he graduated in 1983.
Bob Wojnowski Salary
Bob receives an annual salary of $79,176 and this is according to The Detroit News columnists’ salary.
Bob Wojnowski’s Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $1 million US dollars and his career as a columnist at The Detroit News is the primary source of his income.
Bob Wojnowski Career
Bob joined The Detroit News in 1989 and began serving as a columnist in 1992. He has covered more college football bowl games than he can recount, everything from the Super Bowl to the Olympics to the World Series to the Final Four to the NBA and Stanley Cup Finals.
Also, he is a longtime energetic associate of the Detroit Sports Broadcasters Association. After appearing on WRIF on the Drew and Mike Show, on January 23, 2012, he entered the evening drive-time show on WXYT-FM, followed by a fellow WDFN alumnus, and Fox 2 roundtable partner for “The Jamie and Wojo Show” named Jamie Samuelsen.
On September 6, 2016, Jamie Samuelsen shifted to mornings, joining Bob’s earlier co-host Stoney, and exiting Bob to operate the evening show independently. On June 8, 2017 Kyle “Bogey” Bogenschutz entered Bob’s show.
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