Mitch Blacher Biography
Mitch Blacher is an American news personality currently working as an Investigative Journalist for NBC10. You can watch his reports during the 5 p.m. and 11 p.m. newscasts. Before joining the station, he was an investigative reporter at KGTV in San Diego, California.
Mitch Blacher Age
Blacher has not shared details about his age, and birthday information about his age will be updated soon.
Mitch Blacher Height
Blacher stands at a height of 5 Ft 8 inches.
Mitch Blacher Education
Blacher went to Indiana University where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in journalism. He also received his MBA from Villanova University. Currently, he serves on Villanova’s Executive MBA Alumni Board
Mitch Blacher Family
Mitch and his family are migrants of the United State.
Mitch Blacher Wife
Unlike his career, Blacher has managed to keep his personal life away from the public eye making it difficult to know whether he is married, engaged, or in a relationship.
Mitch Blacher Salary
Blacher receives an annual salary of $ 56,000 – $ 95,500 according to NBC10 anchors/reporters salaries.
Mitch Blacher Net Worth
Blacher has an estimated net worth of $250K U.S dollars.
Mitch Blacher Career/NBC
Blacher is a seven-time Emmy award winner and has been honored by the Society of Professional Journalists as well as the Radio Television Digital News Association. He is a graduate of Indiana University where he earned his bachelor’s degree in journalism, in addition, he received his MBA from Villanova University. Furthermore, he currently serves on Villanova’s Executive MBA Alumni Board
Prior to joining NBC 10, he was an investigative reporter at KGTV in San Diego, California. Blacher and his family immigrated to Philadelphia, United States. As an NBC10 investigator, he is dedicated to bringing a voice for people who can’t fight for themselves. Moreover, he is relentless in pursuing the truth and is devoted to helping views in the Greater Philadelphia area.
Blacher’s work with the NBC10 investigative has led to the uncovering of various hidden information such as New Jersey lawmakers raiding money meant to fight lead poisoning, Pennsylvania cashing in by selling drivers’ personal information, and Philadelphia schools failing to perform fire drills. Furthermore, the was the first to expose the train safety system that could have prevented the accident but was missing on the stretch of track where it was most needed.
Blacher together with the investigator’s team was recognized with the Sigma Delta Chi Award from the Society of Professional Journalists for the investigative series.“Failing at Fire Drills,” which exposed repeated failures by the school, city, and state officials charged with the safety of Philadelphia’s and Pennsylvania’s schoolchildren.