Norman Seawright Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Kids, Salary, Net Worth, WCCO News
March 27, 2022
Norman Seawright Biography
Norman Seawright is an American Sports News Journalist Currently serving as the weekend sports anchor at WCCO | CBS Minnesota. Seawright joined WCCO from WOWK-TV in Charleston, West Virginia where he served as a sports anchor and reporter.
Norman Seawright Age – Birthday
Seawright was born in the United States, however, he has not disclosed his date of birth.
Norman Seawright Height
He has not disclosed his height however, it will be updated.
Norman Seawright Family
Seawright has not disclosed about his family however, it will be updated.
Norman Seawright Wife
Seawright has not disclosed about his wife however, it will be updated.
Norman Seawright Kids
He has not disclosed about his kids however it will be updated.
Norman Seawright Salary
She receives an annual salary of between $50,000 – $110,500.
Norman Seawright Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of between$ 1 million dollars.
Norman Seawright Education
He id his undergraduate study at Ole Miss, majoring in Broadcast Journalism with a minor in Spanish.
Norman Seawright CBS News
Seawright has long nursed a fascination with, and love for, the Twin Cities, and is thrilled to return to Minnesota. After his studies he intended to pursue news, but… working with Ole Miss Athletics as a reporter and play-by-play broadcaster changed his tune almost entirely.
In addition, he had already planned on pursuing a graduate degree, Norman attended Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communication as a Broadcast & Digital Journalism student with an emphasis in Sports Communication. His storytelling ability was enriched by the week-long Meredith–Cronkite Fellowship between Arizona State University and KPHO in Phoenix.
Moreover, she also interned at WLKY in Louisville in both news and sports, followed by a sports internship at KARE, and another sports internship at WSYR in Syracuse before beginning his career at KBJR/KDLH in Duluth, MN as the weekend sports anchor.
Later after spending three years in Charleston, WV at WOWK as sports anchor/reporter (and winning Sports Anchor of the Year all three years from the Virginias’ Associated Press Broadcasters), returning to Minnesota feels like homecoming.