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Mike Barz Biography Body Measurements Family Career and Net Worth

Mike Barz is an American broadcaster. He was the weekday morning news anchor at WFOX-TV and WJAX-TV in Jacksonville, Florida.

 

Mike Barz Biography

Mike Barz is an American broadcaster. He was the weekday morning news anchor at WFOX-TV and WJAX-TV in Jacksonville, Florida. Mike was also a morning news anchor at WFLD, the Fox affiliate in Chicago, Illinois from 2007 to 2009.

Mike Barz Age

He was born on April 9, 1970, in Los Angeles, California, United States of America. His zodiac sign is Aries.  He is forty-nine years of age as of 2019.

Mike Barz Body Measurements

Barz’s height and weight is not available. Otherwise, he has a good build body and has brown hair and eyes.

Mike Barz Family And Early Life

He was born in Los Angeles to a military family. After he was born his parents called him Michael Barszcz. At North, Barz started on the school’s basketball team and was voted “class clown” by his classmates. Afterward, he attended Indiana University, where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Broadcast Journalism in 1993.

Mike Barz Wife

He married the love of his life, Tera William in 2010. Tera, who is famously known as Tera Barz, is the former WFLD-TV reporter. Unfortunately, his marriage was short-lived since they later divorced in October 2014. He later married Marisa. Together, the couple was blessed with three children. He and his family now live in suburban Chicago.

Mike Barz Career

Barz, who graduated from IU in 1993 with a bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism, has been an anchor at KDVR-TV Channel 31. KDVR-TV is a Fox affiliate in Denver for the past three years. Before that, he spent four years in Jacksonville for stations owned by Cox Media Group.

Barz is an Emmy award-winning anchor and reporter with over 24 years in the television business. He anchors the 6, 10 and 11 p.m. newscasts alongside Brooke Martin Monday through Friday.

WGN-TV

In early May 2005, Barz received an early release from his contract at WGN-TV. The contract gave him the opportunity to become a full-time feature contributor at ABC News’ Good Morning America (GMA). Additionally, Barz anchored the GMA’s weather segment after Tony Perkins’ departure from the show in 2005 until September 5, 2006, when he was succeeded by Sam Champion.

The 47-year-old Barz became well-known in Chicago media circles during a seven-year stint as a sports anchor. He is also famously known for working as a reporter with WGN-TV from 1998 to 2005. Barz moved to the national scene from 2005 to 2007. Here he worked as a weatherman and features correspondent at ABC-TV’s “Good Morning America” program.

WFLD-TV

He returned to Chicago in 2007 as a morning anchor at Fox affiliate WFLD-TV. Barz received an early release from the station two years later. This was after allegations of misconduct at an off-site party for a departing reporter, the Chicago Tribune reported in July 2009. Barz said accusations that he groped or fondled a co-worker at the party were “fabricated.”

 

He got his start in broadcasting as an intern for the “Jim Rome Show” in Los Angeles. He also served time as a producer for Intersport Television, which develops network and cable sports programming.

His other jobs included anchor stints in Rock Island, Illinois, and in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

Mike has built a solid career as a multi-talented journalist. Also, his enthusiasm for news will be obvious to viewers.

He is a skilled communicator and an award-winning anchor and reporter, with a personality and style as unique as WISH-TV. We’re happy to welcome him back to Indiana and to our 24-Hour News 8 team.”

Barz was present at the 40th anniversary of Good Morning America on November 19, 2015.

WISH-TV fills anchor spot with much-traveled newsman

WISH-TV Channel 8 hired a well-traveled news personality to fill the anchor spot vacated by David Barras. David is a reporter who retired Dec. 1 after 37 years at the station.

Mike Barz, will begin co-anchoring WISH evening newscasts beginning March 26, the station announced Wednesday.

Barz will join Brooke Martin to co-anchor newscasts at 6 p.m., 10 p.m., and 11 p.m. In his written speech, he said, “I couldn’t be happier to return to Indianapolis and work for an iconic station like WISH-TV. As a proud graduate of Indiana University, this is like a homecoming for me. Not to mention numerous family and friends who call the Hoosier state home.”

 

Mike Barz Net Worth

He has a net worth of approximately $ 1 million. His wealth has mainly been acquired from his hard work as a broadcaster. Unfortunately, we do not have information about his house, cars and other assets.