Dan Thorn Biography
Dan Thorn is an American reporter at the KRON. He joined the KRON4 News team in October 2018 after 3 years of anchoring and reporting with WOWK 13 News in Charleston, West Virginia.
Dan Thorn Education
He graduate from the Brooklyn College
Dan Thorn Height|Weight
The KRON reporter Dan Thorn has an average height and weight. Information about his accurate measurement is unknown but will be updated soon.
Dan Thorn Wife
The handsome reporter prefers to put his personal life behind the curtains. There is information about his past and previous relationship. In his free time he enjoys watching sports and movies, traveling, working out and listening to music.
Dan Thorn Career
He began his career as a desk assistant at CBS2 News in New York City. His first on-air job was as an Evening Anchor with WVNS 59 News in Ghent, WV. While working in the mountain state, Dan was awarded best general assignment reporting and best breaking news coverage by the West Virginia Broadcasters Association. While leading the statewide team on WOWK’s “West Virginia Tonight,” Dan covered the opioid epidemic, landmark criminal trials, a statewide teacher strike and a 1,000-year flood.
Dan also interviewed several notable business and political figures including U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders. His favorite stories are the ones showcasing people doing good in the community. He rode along with a man driving a message through the world of addiction in a ‘Heroin Hearse.’ He also had the pleasure to meet a 6-year-old boy named Cooper who got a new lease on life with a 3 D printed hand.
Dan Thorn Net Worth
Dan has earned himself a decent amount of money though her career. Information about Carpenter’s net worth is unknown but it is under review.
Dan Thorn Article
SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) San Francisco Police Chief Bill Scott is garnering some support amid criticism over the controversial raid on a journalist’s home and office.Scott admitted on Friday, his department may have violated California’s shield law which protects journalists and their sources.The police union has since called on Scott to resign while saying the chief is throwing his officers under the bus.
“For him to just throw his hands up and say, ‘I didn’t know anything, it wasn’t me, i had no idea this person was a journalist or tied to the media somehow,” said Police Association President, Tony Montoya.As a counter, the police commission’s president and vice president defended Chief Scott through a statement on Sunday.
The release read in-part, “Chief Scott did what is rare for police chiefs: he apologized to the citizens of San Francisco. He did so completely and unequivocally. That is the mark of a leader.”That sentiment has been echoed by NAACP Chapter President Amos Brown.
“Many times the police have always been right and they have not apologized, but he showed the humility and integrity and I think that should be applauded,” Brown said.Brown says Chief Scott is the right leader for the department. He says the police union’s attacks are politically motivated and does not believe Scott will resign.“The door was open for him to be this chief and they need to let him continue to do the great things that he’s already begun to do,” Brown said.