Travers Mackel Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Daughter, Salary, Net Worth,WDSU
February 5, 2022
Travers Mackel Biography
Travers Mackel is an American News anchor, and Reporter currently serving for WDSU News. He airs for WDSU News at 4 and 5 pm on weekdays and in addition, he also moderates the WDSU ‘Hot Seat’ segment Sunday night at 10:30 PM.
Travers Mackel Age
Mackel’s age is under review however it will be updated.
Travers Mackel Height
Mackel’s exact height has not been disclosed, however, it will be updated.
Travers Mackel Parents
Mackel was born to his late dad the late Frank Mackel, a longtime New Orleans golf professional. He is also blessed with two twin brothers, Fletcher, is a sports anchor and reporter at WDSU.
Travers Mackel Wife
He is happily married to his beautiful wife Meg Gatto. The couple tied the knot in 2018, on 25 March, blessed with one kid.
Travers Mackel Kids
Mackel is a dad to one kid and it’s a baby girl.
Travers Mackel Salary
Mackel receives an annual salary of $75,000.
Travers Mackel Net Worth
Mackel has an estimated Net Worth of $ 1 million – 5 million. Her career as a journalist is her primary source of income.
She attended and graduated from Loyola University in New Orleans, where he was on the Loyola baseball team.
Travers Mackel WDSU News
Mackel has been a news anchor and reporter for WDSU News ever since 2003, he joined the station. There he has also covered major news reports and stories in the area for over a decade and says he truly loves what he does.
In addition, he has received an Award in 2016, Moreover, he was also named “Louisiana Newsperson Of The Year” by The Associated Press, and later he was named “Reporter Of The Year” in 2014.
Moreover, being part of the WDSU News team, he also won his four regional Emmy Awards, and also after serving for the WDSU News team, he was awarded the National Murrow Award in 2018.
He has also served in the Washington D.C. area covering the bribery trial of former Louisiana congressman William Jefferson in 2009. Being a Journalist has taken him to Brazil and South Korea as part of the Hearst Television team assigned to cover the Olympic Games in 2016 in Rio and in 2018 in PyeongChang.
Prior to joining WDSU News, he also served at KTVE-tv as a news anchor and reporter. At KTVE News, he served for three years reporting for WLBT-TV in Jackson, Miss.