Walt Maciborski Biography
Walt Maciborski is a popular American journalist currently serving as an anchor at CBS Austin where he co-anchors KEYE’s 5 p.m., 6 p.m., and 10 p.m. newscasts alongside Hema Mullur. Walt joined CBC Austin in June 2013. Before that, he served for 3 years as a Main anchor and reporter at CW33 KDAF-TV in Dallas, Fort Worth Area.
Walt Maciborski Age
Walt Maciborski was born in Austin, Texas, United States. He is around 56 years old.
Walt Maciborski Height
Walt is fairly tall and stands at a height of 5 feet 10 inches(Approx. 1.77 m).
Walt Maciborski Family
Walt Maciborski was born to his caring and supportive parents in Austin, Texas, the United States. Walt has however not revealed any information in concern to her parents or siblings to the public. This section is under research and we shall update once we have all the details within our reach.
Walt Maciborski Education
He graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Political Science from the University of Southern California.
Walt Maciborski Wife
Walt is married to his lovely wife whom he has not revealed her identity and they met on a blind date. The pair tied the knot in Austin and together they are blessed with three handsome boys. The family currently resides in Austin, Texas.
Walt Maciborski Salary
He receives a satisfactory salary of $77,625 per year. This is according to KEYE anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Walt Maciborski Net Worth
Walt Maciborski has stockpiled a decent amount of wealth over the years and has an approximated net worth of $1 million.
Walt Maciborski Career
He currently serves as an anchor at CBS Austin where he co-anchors KEYE’s 5 p.m., 6 p.m., and 10 p.m. newscasts alongside Hema Mullur. Walt joined CBC Austin in June 2013. Before that, he served for 3 years as a Main anchor and reporter at CW33 KDAF-TV in Dallas, Fort Worth Area.
Walt kicked off his journalism career at KVUE-TV an ABC-affiliated TV station based in Austin where he served for 6 years as a reporter and anchor. He has also served as a weekend anchor and reporter at WXIA-TV, where he left the station in October 2005 after working for 6 years. Moreover, Walt worked for 3 years as an Anchor and Reporter at WFTS-TV in St. Petersburg, Tampa in Florida.
Walt covered the Oklahoma City Bombing, the F-5 tornado that hit Jarrell, and the massive Texas A&M bonfire collapse. Walt also reported on the then Governor George W. Bush and his run for the White House. He also created a weekly tech section in Austin named Click Here and had exclusive one-on-one interviews with Michael Dell. His service has garnered several EMMY awards and the Edward R. Murrow Award. He has also received the Barbara Jordan Award for his reports on Texans with disabilities.