Natasha Brown Biography
Natasha Brown at KYW in Philadelphia is an anchor and reporter. She reports on weekends for CBS 3 Eyewitness News and anchors Eyewitness News on weekends at 6 and 11 p.m. Also joined the station as a morning anchor and reporter in December 2002.
She is also the host of Speak Up, a WPSG program for public affairs. She graduated from James Madison University where she graduated in Communications with a Bachelor of Arts degree. Worked as a reporter on WPXI-TV in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania before joining KYW. She previously worked at WWBT-TV in Richmond, Virginia as a weekend anchor and reporter. Brown started her career as a WPDE-TV reporter at Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Natasha got three Emmy’s
Natasha Brown Age
Brown, who celebrates her birthday in August, was born in Virginia, the United States of America. She has an ethnicity of African-American and belongs to American nationality.
Natasha Brown Height
Judging from the pictures, the Emmy Award-winning anchor stands at the suitable height with gorgeous body measurements.
Natasha Brown Husband
On her social media accounts, Natasha Brown was active. Her Twitter account is compiled with career-oriented tweets and some family conversations while her Facebook is visible with pictures of her close friends with whom she shares a beautiful bond with. On 6 September 2013, Jim Donovan, her CBS partner Philly Eyewitness News, attended a wedding ceremony with Natasha. The duo danced throughout the night.
Natasha and Jim, a 15-time Emmy winner news anchor/reporter, also performed a ceremony in the event of Komen Philadelphia Strength and Survival for breast cancer awareness along with their friend Meisha Johnson in March 2018.
The career-focused news anchor has remained mum regarding her relationship status. As of May 2018, the beautiful middle-aged lady, Natasha is reportedly unmarried.
Natasha Brown Obituary
She is not dead
Natasha Brown Net Worth
Brown as an anchor and reporter has accumulated her net worth from her career. She increased her wealth as a reporter for KYW affiliate network, CBS3 for Eyewitness News ‘ weekend evening editions. A person who works on CBS as a news reporter earns an average salary of $75 K per year, as per Glassdoor. They earn $36 in wages per hour, which is above average earnings than ordinary Americans earning an average pay of $26.84 per hour. A news reporter earns 21 percent higher wages for all working Americans at CBS than the average national wage. Since Natasha has been a valuable employee of CBS for years, she probably earns a lucrative payroll.
Natasha began her career at WPDE-TV in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina as a reporter and anchor. She covered several important reports at WPDE-TV, including shootings at Columbine High School, Quecreek Mine Disaster, and several presidential campaigns. Natasha then joined WWBT-TV as a reporter and anchor for the weekend in Richmond, Virginia. After moving to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Natasha worked as a reporter and anchor for WPXI-TV before joining KYW. In December 2002, she first joined the CBS network as a general assignment reporter. She now serves as Speak Up’s host, a WPSG public affairs program. Her stints in various news network have helped her earn three Emmy awards and also swelled her net worth of millions of dollars.
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Natasha Brown Salary
How much is Natasha net worth? According to an insider, an average salary of CBS employee earns $75K per year. Hence, Brown net worth is a sum of the bankable figure.
Natasha Brown Charity
- Brown is a member of the Board of Directors for Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. She has hosted the organization’s annual “Sisters for the Cure” workshop for African-American women.
Natasha Brown Awards and Achievements
- Natasha has won 3 Emmy Awards in her career life.
- She is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists.
- Awarded the African American Heritage Award as “Best Reporter” from WAMO Radio while she was a reporter at WPXI-TV.
- The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) nominated her as Most Influential Black Woman not once, but twice.
- Natasha is also on the Hall of Fame of the Broadcast Pioneers of Philadelphia. She was induced in 2016.
- She was also nominated as the Board of Governor for the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS).