Chad Tucker Biography
Chad Tucker is a well-known American journalist presently working for FOX8 News as an anchor and reporter since June of 2002. Chad got his first broadcasting job at WKTE-AM, serving as a radio announcer. Later, he joined the WGHP-TV team in Winston-Salem/Greensboro, North Carolina back in June 2002 and today reports for the 10 o’clock newscasts. Chad landed his first taste of journalism while in high school, writing for the former King Times-News, his hometown paper.
Chad Tucker Age
Chad Tucker on May 12, 1976, in North Carolina, United States. He is $6 years old.
Chad Tucker Height
Chad is a man of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches (1.75m).
Chad Tucker Family
Chad Tucker was born to his mother and his father Mark Joyce in North Carolina, United States of America. Unfortunately, Chad’s father died in a car accident two days prior to Christmas in 1976. He died when Chad was only 7 months old. Later on, Chad’s mum got married to another man.
Chad Tucker Education
Chad graduated with a master’s degree in instructional technology and a bachelor’s degree in communications from East Carolina.
Chad Tucker Wife
Chad is happily married to his beloved wife named Meredith. The lovely couple is blessed with two adorable children named Carson Parry and Pearl Monroe.
Chad Tucker Salary
He receives a satisfactory salary ranging between $27,000 to $79,800 per year.
Chad Tucker’s Net Worth
Chad Tucker has managed to garner a hefty fortune over the years he has worked and has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 Million – $5 Million.
Chad Tucker Career
He is currently working for FOX8 News as an anchor and reporter since June of 2002. He reports for the 10 o’clock news and anchors the 4 p.m. news. Chad kicked off his television career as a news producer for CBS affiliate WNCT-TV based in Greenville, N.C while a student at East Carolina University.
He attained an Emmy for his story on the historic Nancy Reynolds School in Stokes County from the National Academy of Television Arts and Science in January of 2010. The story also obtained Chad’s first place in education reporting by the Radio and Television News Directors Association of the Carolinas.
In the year 2008, he received two silver awards for his spot news reporting and reporting in education in 2006 from RTNDAC. In 2006, Chad also won an Emmy nomination for general assignment reporting and spot news reporting on increased adoptions at the Stokes County Animal Shelter in 2012. In the 2007 “The Best of Winston-Salem” awards, Chad was voted one of the “best male TV news personalities” by Readers of Smitty’s Notes.