Brad Johansen Biography
Brad Johansen is an American Anchor and reporter currently working as the co-anchor of NBC4 at 5 and NBC4 First at 4. He co-anchors the news together with Darlene Hill. Before joining the NBC4 news team, he worked for WCMH-TV based in Columbus, Ohio as the evening news anchor and reporter. Brad served at WKRC-TV located in Cincinnati, Ohio as the sports director from 1996 to 2014.
Brad moved to the radio booth, where he substituted Pete Arbogast in 2000. as of now, Pete works as the voice of the women’s basketball programs and USC Trojans football. He held this role prior to calling the Bengals broadcasts. The Bengals made an announcement that Dan Hoard was hired as the new Bengals radio play-by-play announcer on May 4, 2011, where he replaced Brad.
Brad Johansen Age
Brad Johansen was born on 6th March 1962, in the United States of America. He is 60 years old.
Brad Johansen Height
Brad is a man of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 10 inches (Approx 1,78m).
Brad Johansen Family
Brad Johansen was born in the United States of America to his loving and caring father and mother. Nonetheless, he has managed to keep his personal life off the public eye over the years hence he has not disclosed any information about his parents and siblings to the media.
Brad Johansen Wife
Brad is happily married to his long-time love of life named Colleen Johansen. Brad and Colleen are parents to their four children, Jordan, 30 years old, Connor, 27 years old, Riley, 17 years old, and Braden, 12 years.
Brad Johansen Education
In 1990, he attended the Bradley University where she attained her bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism in 1994.
Brad Johansen Salary
He earns a good salary of $72,522 per year. This is according to NBC 4 anchors’ salaries.
Brad Johansen’s Net Worth
Brad Johansen has stockpiled a decent wealth over the years he has worked and has an approximated net worth ranging between $1 million to $5 million.
Brad Johansen Career
Brad co-anchors the news for NBC4 First at 4 and NBC4 at 5 together with Darlene Hill. He has served for almost 4 decades in television broadcasting. He has served for almost 4 decades in television broadcasting. He joined the staff at WEEK-TV during his junior year at Bradley University in Peoria, IL. After graduation, Brad spent some years in San Luis Obispo, CA, Lansing, MI, and Las Vegas, NV before moving to Cincinnati in 1992. He served for 26 years at WKRC before landing in North Carolina for one year.
He has covered everything in the media such as sports news and breaking news. Brad served for 11 years as a Voice of the Bengals and another 18 years as a Sports Director on the radio. He covered NFL, college basketball, and college football for Fox Sports and CBS. Brad served at WKRC-TV located in Cincinnati, Ohio as the sports director from 1996 to 2014.