Emily Stroud Biography and Wiki
Emily Stroud is an American Journalist serving as a News Reporter for WBIR-TV which is an NBC-affiliated television Located in Knoxville, Tennessee in the United States of America. She is also a fill-in anchor for Live at Five at Four.
Emily previously worked as a freelance reporter at WGCL- TV in Atlanta Georgia.
Emily Stroud Age and Birthday
Stroud the news reporter was born and raised in Homewood, Alabama. However, her age and date of birth have not yet been revealed to the public. This section is under review and will be updated soon.
Emily Stroud Height
Emily stands at an estimated height of 5 feet and 8 inches tall.
Emily Stroud Education
Emily first went to Homewood High School which is based in Homewood, Alabama in the year 1980, where she undertook her studies and graduated in 1984 and also won the valedictorian award.
She later attended the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University, a constituent school of Northwestern University that offers both undergraduate and graduate programs just outside Chicago where she graduated with a bachelor of science in journalism (BSJ).
Emily Stroud Family, Parents, Siblings
Attempts to establish the identities of her parents were in vain since no information about them is available to the public. It’s therefore not known if she has any siblings. This part is under review and will be updated when available.
Emily Stroud Husband, Is She Married?
Indeed, the journalist Emily Stroud is married to her lovely husband, Charles. Details regarding their wedding have not yet been disclosed to the world. However, we are keeping tabs and we will update you when established.
Emily Stroud Salary
According to the WBIR reporter’s salaries, Emily receives an annual salary ranging from $25,000 to $47,000. However, her contract with the exact figures is yet to be released.
Emily Stroud Net Worth
Emily Stroud has an estimated net worth ranging from $300,000 to $700,00 as of 2021. Her primary source of income is her career as a journalist.
Emily Stroud WBIR-TV News
Stroud kicked off her journalism career in middle school where she would anchor a weekly newscast called “Kidsworld 13.” While in university, she would anchor the news at WNUR-FM and reported for The Birmingham News and Macon Telegraph & News.
After graduation, she landed a job as a reporter/producer/fill-in anchor at WBMG-TV in Birmingham, Alabama. She later worked as a reporter/producer at WBRC-TV from 1991 – 1994 as well as a reporter/fill-in anchor for KARK-TV in Little Rock, Arkansas and as a freelance reporter for Atlanta’s WAGA- TV for less than a year.
Stroud joined the WBIR News family in 2006 where she assumed roles such as being responsible for video editing and developing daily social media and web content. Before that, she worked as a freelance reporter and anchor for CNN between 2003- 2005.
Emily Stroud Broken News
Emily released her novel known as “Broken News” in January 2013. The novel entails a fun work of fiction wrapped in reality as traditional news competes for survival among webcasts, blogs, and tweets. It deals with deadlines and live shots, little guys and big shots, and callers who say the anchors are too sexy or not sexy enough.