Craig Treadway Biography
Craig Treadway is an American television journalist who currently serves as weekend evening anchor on WPIX with Kala Rama. He was previously co-anchor of the early edition of the PIX 11 Morning News, which aired from 4 to 6 a.m on weekdays, opposite Tiffany McElroy. Treadway joined WPIX-TV on the program on its June 5, 2000 debut. He had previously been a reporter from WNYW, since 1997. He also worked at KMOX radio and TV from 1989–1991 and from 1992–1997, he worked at NECN in Boston, MA.
Craig Treadway Early Life
He was born in an African American family at Missouri in the United States of America. He is an American by nationality and ethnicity wise he is an African American. Treadway got his education from the University of Missouri at St. Louis.
Craig Treadway Age
51 years old Craig Treadway is an American television journalist. He was previously the co-anchor of the PIX 11 Morning News, the show aired from 4 am to 6 am on a weekday
Craig Treadway Height
Details concerning his height are not disclosed since the journalist seems to value privacy, information concerning his height will soon be updated.
Craig Treadway Family
Have you been wondering who is the journalist married to, well according to our research, it is now clear that Craig Treadway was married in 2001. He reportedly got married to his girlfriend, Eric Schroeder with whom he had been in an affair for a long time. It has been mentioned by himself that he doesn’t have any children of his own. At one time, there were a lot of rumors about his alleged affair with Sukanya Krishnan who was a coworker at PIX Morning News. However, the news related to this affair was never confirmed.
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Craig Treadway Wife
According to our research, the journalist is married to his long-time girlfriend since 2001. He lives with his wife and family in his own home at Orange County, New Jersey, in the Newstead section.
Craig Treadway Education
Having born to African-American household, Craig holds his black ethnicity with pride. He grew up in Missouri.
Also, he was educated at the University of Missouri at St. Louis.
Craig Treadway Career
He is currently the weekend evening anchor alongside Kala Rama on WPIX. He has also made a career in law enforcement which helps him with investigative journalism work. From document searching, interrogation and interview techniques to forensics and more, he has quite a grip on these things. He learned all these things working as a patrol officer, evidence technician and a detective at the police department of University City, Missouri. Treadway’s journalism career started with KATZ AM and FM in St. Louis. Later he worked for KMOV TV and KMOX radio, CBS affiliates before joining WNYW Channel 5, Fox affiliate. He now works for the local network WPIX.
Craig Treadway Net Worth
He lives with his wife and family in his own home at Orange County, New Jersey, in the Newstead section. He has a very strong profile with amazing experience in the field of journalism. It is certain that he enjoys a handsome salary however exact details related to his salary and net worth is not known yet.
Craig Treadway Wiki and facts
Information in detail related to the journalist is also available on Wikipedia and other sites in the internet. He is also active on social media sites where his fans and followers can be updated with news related to him. His Twitter handle is @craigtreadwaytv and he has around 4000 followers.
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FIRED HOST LASHES OUT – WB MORNING ANCHOR SAYS AGE DID HER IN
LYNNE White is seeing red.
The popular host of WB’s Morning News host who was abruptly canned right after the show on Friday (after five years and two Emmys) says being over 40 over there can be a lethal career move.“They have now fired three women over 40 in the last two months,” White fumed to The Post yesterday. “The other two were longtime reporters – Pauline Lui and Rosemary Gomez.“But at least they were given notice. Me they just ripped off the air and told never to come back! Just like that. I had no clue it was coming.”So is the WB11 simply reluctant to showing females over 40 – no matter how gorgeous – or are those longtime, expensive employees expendable and easily replaceable with younger, cheaper talent?
“What I’ve been told,” White said, “is that I was one of the highest paid people there, and they didn’t want to pay [that kind of money]. So I was replaced with a younger, cheaper person [Sukanya Krishnan], who happens to be very close with the executive producer.”After Friday’s “Morning News” aired, White was called into News Director Karen Scott’s office. “She just said, ‘We’re not renewing you. This is your last day on the air. You can take what you want – and we’ll send the rest.’“I was in shock. The contents of my office were at my home within hours.”It got worse. “There was a woman sitting there from Human Resources,” White says, “and a guard outside.
Can you imagine? More like inhuman resources. Anyway, this woman said, ‘Do you have any keys? Do you have any ID to the building, I need that.’ When I handed it over, she said, ‘Do you have any more?’“In fact even Karen [Scott] looked like she was going to cry so I got up and hugged her. I didn’t know what else to do.”The exec producer, Lauren Petterson, is, White maintains, a close friend of Krishnan, who was already on the air yesterday morning. “Lauren was MIA for three days last week,” White recalls, “and it turns out she was off-site [taping] promotions for her ‘best friend’ Sukanya.” One thing is for sure; the promos had definitely been done, because they began airing as early as Saturday.
The troubles between White and Petterson aren’t new. In fact, White, a woman of color, says that one time Peterson, who is white, once castigated her on-set, saying, “Your hair looks like a $ó&*ing wig!’ “Another time Craig Treadway, [an African-American] and I were co-anchoring, and there was a breaking story in New Jersey. We were asking the traffic reporter what was happening. An anchor’s job is to ask questions, and a reporter’s job is to answer them.“Suddenly Lauren came running out, screaming, ‘Do not ask any questions – do not!’ It was shocking like I didn’t know what we were doing. So, yes, I think she’s biased,” White said.
Scott disagrees with White’s assessment, and told The Post yesterday, “Her contract was up, and we didn’t renew it.” When asked why White had been asked to leave Friday even though her contract isn’t up until April, Scott would say only “no comment.”What now for White?“I’m not bitter. I think everything happens for a reason, and I think there’s a show out there for me that will appreciate who I am.”“I was replaced with a younger, cheaper person, who happens to be very close with the executive producer.”