Micheal Mahoney Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth, KMBC
March 31, 2022
Micheal Mahoney Biography
Micheal Mahoney is an American journalist currently working at KMBC in Kansas City since February 1980. Prior to joining the station, Mahoney worked at WOI-TV, the ABC affiliate based in Des Moines-Ames, Iowa from 1978 to 1980. There, he worked as the Des Moines bureau chief for two years. Moreover, he also worked as a news director at KTGR-AM in Columbia, Mo. He kicked off his career in the television business at a local cable television operator in Ft. Madison, Iowa, at the age of 14.
Micheal Mahoney Age
Micheal Mahoney was born in Dublin, Ireland, United States of America, on September 11, 1953. He is 68 years old.
Micheal Mahoney Height
Micheal Mahoney Family
Micheal Mahoney was born in Dublin, Ireland, and brought up in Ft. Madison, Iowa, by his loving and caring parents. However, Mahoney has not disclosed more details regarding his parents and siblings in the media.
Micheal Mahoney Education
Micheal went to the University of Missouri School of Journalism in 1972 and graduated in 1976.
Micheal Mahoney Wife
Mahoney is happily married to his love of life named Linda. Together, Linda and Micheal are blessed with a beautiful daughter named Keri, who is a graduate of Benedictine College. The family is currently residing in Kansas City.
Micheal Mahoney Salary
He earns a satisfactory salary of $85,432 per year.
Micheal Mahoney Net Worth
Micheal Mahoney has stockpiled a decent fortune over the years and has an approximated net worth of $1 million.
Micheal Mahoney Career
Currently, Mahoney is working at KMBC in Kansas City since February of 1980. Prior to joining KMBC, Micheal worked at the WOI-TV, the ABC affiliate in Des Moines-Ames, Iowa from 1978 to 1980, where he worked as the Des Moines bureau chief for two years.
Before that, he served WWAY-TV Wilmington, N.C. as the 11 p.m. anchor from 1976 to 1978. In the year 1976, he worked as the 10 p.m. anchor for KOMU-TV in Columbia, Mo. Moreover, Micheal has radio experience at KTGR-AM in Columbia, Mo., working as a news director. He kicked off his career in the television business at a local cable television operator in Ft. Madison, Iowa, at the age of 14.
He has received multiple awards in television including a 1993 Emmy for spot news coverage of the 1993 Flood. Mahoney earned the Mall Dodson National Headliners Award for continued coverage of the Hyatt Regency Skywalks disaster in 1981. On 17th, July 1981, he was the only reporter around when the Hyatt Skywalks fell down, killing more than 100 people in Kansas City. Furthermore, Mahoney has attained several Missouri Broadcast and Kansas City Press Club Awards over the years for reporting on a variety of stories.