Eric Kahnert is a popular American On-Air personality who presently works at CBS8 News as an anchor located in California. From 4:30 to 7, Eric anchors the morning news, and newscasts the 11 a.m news. In May 2017, Eric officially came to CBS8 News.
Before joining CBS8 News, he served as the Main anchor at 7News for two years. In addition, Eric’s reports occasionally appeared on NBC and CNN while he is not at the station he likes sporting activities with his wife called Allison, and their three adorable children and hiking.
Eric Kahnert Age
Eric Kahnert was in Minneapolis, Minnesota, in the United States of America where he has not disclosed any details regarding his exact year and date of birth hence his exact age is not publicly known.
Eric Kahnert Height
Kahnert stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 7 in ( Approx. 1.7 m).
Eric Kahnert Family
Eric was born and brought up by protective and adorable parents in Minneapolis, Minnesota, in the United States of America. He belongs to white origin but is an American citizen by birth.
Eric Kahnert Wife
Eric is cheerfully married to his gorgeous wife called Allison. The lovely duo is blessed with three lovely kids and Eric together with his lovely family resides in Denver
Eric Kahnert Education
Eric studied at a local high school and afterward went to the University of Southern California where he graduated with a degree in Broadcast journalism. While at the University, for three years he was the Division II hockey team captain.
Eric Kahnert Salary
Eric receives an annual average salary of $96,321 and this is according to CBS8 News news anchors’ salaries.
Eric Kahnert Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $1 million US dollars and his career as a news anchor is the source of his wealth.
Eric Kahnert Career
In 2002, Eric began his journalism career at KTTC-TV where he served as an anchor and reporter for two good years. Later, Eric moved to Albuquerque at KOB-TV 4 from 2004 to 2009 where he worked as an investigative reporter and an anchor for five years.
Afterward in 2009, he went to Denver at KUSA-TV where he worked as a weekend anchor for three years. Afterward, he accepted a job invitation at KSTP to serve as a primary anchor and left KUSA-TV where he labored for two years.
Then he left and went to 7News where he worked from 2014 to 2916 as the station’s main anchor. Afterward, he came to CBS8 News where he presently serves as a news anchor.