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Tim Skubick Biography, Age, Height, Email, Twitter and Net Worth

Tim Skubick Biography

Tim Skubick is an American member of state capitol press corps in state history. He is also one of the longest-serving members of the capitol press corps. Tim has managed to achieve four Emmys and has also authored two books. He is also a member of the Michigan journalism and broadcast halls of fame.

Tim currently holds a BA and MA degrees from Michigan State University and was awarded the Silver Circle award. He was given the award by the National academy of TV Arts and Sciences.

Tim Skubick Age

Tim has never revealed any information about his age to anyone. He has also remained timid about revealing his family background and place of birth.

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Tim began working with WWJ as its first full-time state capital correspondent at the time the station went all news in 1970. His main work was to cover Michigan politics and government for over 40 years. This primarily made him the longest-serving member of the capitol press corps.

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Tim Skubick Net Worth

His estimated net worth is still under review. However, ever since he began working for WWJ. He has managed to gather a good worth estimate. He has also managed to keep his net salary to himself. His estimated net worth will be updated as soon as he reveals it to his viewers.

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Fraser native, political columnist Tim Skubick to speak at MCC

State Capitol Correspondent Tim Skubick will offer his perspective on the races for governor, attorney general and secretary of state, as well as other state and national races during his presentation, “Really Off the Record: What Happens in the November Election, an Insider Peek,” Wednesday, Oct. 24, at 7 p.m.

The presentation will be held at the Lorenzo Cultural Center, which is located on Macomb Community College’s Center Campus in Clinton Township. Immediately following Skubick’s presentation, a live broadcast of the Michigan gubernatorial debate will be shown.

A native of Fraser, Skubick has been covering Michigan politics and government since 1969. He currently anchors and produces the weekly public TV series, Off the Record, on WKAR in East Lansing and covers the state capitol for WJBK Fox 2 and WWJ NewsRadio 950AM in Detroit. He’s authored two books on Michigan politics and been awarded five Emmys for his work in broadcast journalism. He’s been inducted into both the Michigan Journalism and the Michigan Broadcasting halls of fame.

Limited seating for Skubick’s presentation is free and open to the public, but registration is required. For reservations, call 586-445-7348. The Lorenzo Cultural Center is located at 44575 Garfield Road, Clinton Township.

Skubick started in 1970 with WWJ as its first full time state capitol correspondent at the time the station launched its “all news” format. Today Skubick is Lansing correspondent for the Detroit broadcaster, WWJ News Radio 950.

He is anchor of the public television series “Off the Record,” seen each week on all Michigan public television stations. He also anchors the “Michigan at Risk” investigative series, State of the State Address broadcasts, and Michigan election specials produced at 870-AM WKAR in Lansing.

Skubick has done more political broadcasts than any other journalist, print or broadcast, in the state; and is the longest serving member of the state capitol press corps, having covered Michigan government and politics since 1969.

He holds B.A. and M.A. degrees in broadcast journalism from Michigan State University. He was recently inducted into the Michigan Broadcaster’s Hall of Fame, and awarded the Silver Circle commendation by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for his 37 years in the broadcasting industry.

Skubick lives in Okemos with his wife, Gayle.

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