Ed Harding Biography and Wiki
Edward Charles Harding is an American award-winning journalist and news anchor who serves as a co-anchor for WCVB-TV. Ed co-anchors NewsCenter 5 at 4:00, 6:00, 7:00 and 11:00 pm. Ed is a role model for millions of youth, including his own son who is working as a journalist in WCVB’s sister station WMUR-TV.
Ed Harding Age and Birthday
Edward Charles Harding was born on December 11, 1953, in Newton, Massachusetts. He is 67 years old as of 2021. His birth sign is Sagittarius.
Ed Harding Height
Harding is of average stature, He stands at an estimated 5 feet 8 inches (Approx. 1.720m) tall.
Ed Harding Education
Ed attended Emerson College in Boston where he graduated in 1975. Further details regarding his education are under review and will be updated soon when established.
Ed Harding Family, Parents, Siblings
Harding is the proud son of Robert J. Harding (father) and Laura Harding (mother). His father was the vice president and partner of Alpha Associates of Minneapolis, a management consultant, in its branch in Newton, Massachusetts.
Ed was brought up in Massachusetts alongside his sisters Eleanor and Evelyn Harding.
Ed Harding Wife and Kids, Is He Married?
Moving on to his marital affairs, the famed journalist is happily married to Andrea Harding. The couple has been married for more than two decades. The romantic duo is blessed with two children Adam Harding and Caitlin Harding.
His son Adam works as a news anchor for WGCL-TV in Atlanta, sister station to WCVB.
Ed Harding Salary
According to WCVB news anchors’ salaries, Harding receives an average salary of $52,500 a year.
Ed Harding Net Worth
Ed Harding has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million as of 2021. This amount is from his career as a journalist among other investments.
Ed Harding Surgery
Details regarding this part have not yet been made public. This section will be updated soon when disclosed.
Ed Harding WCVB-TV
Ed launched his broadcasting career as a sports director for WPTZ-TV in 1975. He then worked as an anchor and sports director for WDSU-TV in New Orleans in 1978. Ed then landed a job with WISH-TV along with Tara Hastings, he produced and anchored the 6 PM and 11 PM sportscasts as well as provided live reports and color commentary on WIBC Radio for Colts games.
Harding joined WCVB as a weekend sports reporter in 1988. WCVB-TV is an ABC-affiliated television station licensed to Boston where he was then promoted to the position of co-anchor of EyeOpener newscast in 2000. Ed notably helped in the launch of WCVB’s NewsCenter 5 in January 2016.
Later in April 2019, WCVB was honored with three National Headliner Awards, four regional Edward R. Murrow Awards, and a national Gracie Award for journalistic excellence.