Steve Grant Biography
Steve Grant is a prominent American journalist presently serving as a News Anchor at KY3-TV located in Springfield since May 1974. Steve airs the noon and 6 pm newscasts on NBC station. Since January 2018, he has been serving as the President of NATAS Mid-America in St. Louis. Initially, Steve served as a Newscaster and announcer on KXTR-FM stationed in Springfield, Missouri for a period of three years.
Steve Grant Age
Steve Grant was born in the United States of America. He is around70 years old, although, details with regard to the date and year Steve was born remain secretive.
Steve Grant Height
Steve is a man of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (Approx 1.74 m).
Steve Grant Family
Steve Grant was born and bought up by his caring father and dedicated mother in the United States of America. Nonetheless, details with respect to Steve’s parents or if he has any siblings remain a mystery to the public.
Steve Grant Education
He matriculated at Evangel University where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism and Public Service in 1976.
Steve Grant Wife
He is gladly married to her beautiful and caring wife and they live near the meandering river together with their two tiny Japanese Chins. His wife’s facts remain an enigma to the public eye as he keeps his personal life under wraps.
Steve Grant Salary
He pockets a remarkable salary of $78,097 annually. This is according to KY3-TV anchors’ salaries.
Steve Grant Net Worth
Steve Grant has over the years managed to gather a hefty fortune and has an estimated net worth of $1.5 Million.
Steve Grant Career
At this present moment, Steve works as a News Anchor at KY3-TV located in Springfield since May 1974. Steve airs the noon and 6 pm newscasts on NBC station. Since January 2018, he has been serving as the President of NATAS Mid-America in St. Louis. Initially, Steve served as a Newscaster and announcer on KXTR-FM stationed in Springfield, Missouri for a period of three years.
He attained his doctorate which was approved by the Evangel Board of Trustees, for the awarding of doctorates on a highly selective basis. Steve was handed over by the President of Carol Taylor of the University.
In 2012, Steve also earned an honorary doctorate from Ozark College. He has won numerous awards such as the Missouri Broadcasters Association, the Associated Press, and the Kansas City Press Club. Furthermore, Steve joined the Emmy Silver Circle in 2016 via the Mid-America Chapter for his contributions to broadcasting as well as the National Academy of sciences and Tv arts.