Emily Dwire Biography
Emily Dwire is a renowned American journalist who has been working as a morning news anchor at WANE 15, a CBS station in Fort Wayne, Indiana, since July 2021. She formerly worked as a general assignment reporter and weekend evening anchor at WOWT-TV in Omaha from December 2019 to July 2020.
Emily previously worked for WPTA-TV in Fort Wayne for seven years as a producer and morning and noontime news anchor. Emily enjoys reading books, watching movies, traveling, hiking, and spending quality time with her wonderful spouse in her spare time.
Emily Dwire Age
Fort Wayne, Indiana, in the United States, is where Emily Dwire was born. However, information on her exact year and date of birth remain unknown for now.
Emily Dwire Height
Emily is of 5 ft 5 in/1.65 m tall.
Emily Dwire Family
Emily was born and reared in Fort Wayne, Indiana, in the United States of America, thanks to his hardworking father and devoted mother’s love, care, and support. Emily was born in the United States, yet she is of Caucasian descent.
Emily Dwire Husband
Emily is happily married to Rex Smith, a gorgeous and supportive spouse. After their wedding on September 21, 2019, in Fort Wayne, Indiana, the gorgeous couple has been living together under one roof. Emily and her husband Rex are happily married and live in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Emily Dwire Education
Emily attended Ball State University after graduating from a local high school and pursuing her dream career. She enrolled at the university in 2008, studied for four years, and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Telecommunications.
Emily Dwire Salary
Emily pockets an annual salary of 98,820.
Emily Dwire Net Worth
Emily’s estimated net worth is $1 million.
Emily Dwire Career
Emily formerly worked at WOWT-TV in Omaha, an NBC affiliate, before joining WANE 15 as a morning news anchor. He was the Live Desk Anchor and Multimedia Journalist for eight months.
Emily works as a morning news anchor for WANE 15, a CBS station in Fort Wayne, Indiana. She joined the network in July 2021. She formerly worked for WOWT-TV in Omaha, where he is an assignment reporter and news anchor. Before arriving to Omaha, Emily worked at WPTA-TV in Fort Wayne. She worked at the station as a morning and lunchtime news anchor, reporter, and producer.
She spent seven years with the station, covering big issues such as the George Floyd protests, the effects of the Coronavirus on communities, and presidential visits. Emily has worked as a multimedia journalist, weekend anchor, reporter, producer, production assistant, morning news anchor, and producer throughout her career.