Butch Stearns Biography
Butch Stearns formerly worked for both WFXT as a sports anchor and for WEEI-FM radio host, both are located in Boston.
Butch Stearns Age
Butch hasn’t given out his exact age, so the public will update this soon.
Butch Stearns Height
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Butch Stearns Education
Butch schooled at Braintree High School after he earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Stonehill College.
Butch Stearns Family
Butch hasn’t revealed anything concerning his parents and siblings.
Butch Stearns Wife
Butch is married and has three children, however, he hasn’t revealed any more information on his wife, research is ongoing will update this soon.
Butch Stearns Salary
Butch earns an annual salary ranging between $5k-$10k.This is according to Boston 25 anchors salaries.
Butch Stearns Net Worth
Butch has an estimated net worth of $1.4 Million.
Butch Stearns Career
Butch earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Stonehill College, he referred to as “The Mayor of Braintree.”His first work was on WLVI-TV’s Sunday night Weekend Scoreboard as a producer for Bob Gamere. Then he worked as a sports anchor and producer of weekday sportscasts in 1992 for KAAL-TV in Minnesota, He also hosted a one-hour Friday night broadcast a show that covered high school teams and The Point After, a 30-minute Sunday show.
From 1994-1996 he worked at Detroit’s PASS Sports and in 1996 he went back to Boston to work for WABU as a sports reporter, while there he was the host of the Emmy award-winning 68 Sportsnight, a color commentator for college football games, and the field reporter for Boston Red Sox games.
In September 1999, he began working at WFXT as a sports reporter and weekend anchor, he then changed tables as a sports reporter and weekend anchor, in 2001, this is after Levan Reid’s departed, in December 2004, he went made an appearance on the NFL on Fox as a sideline reporter for the New England Patriots Week 17 matchup at Gillette Stadium against the San Francisco 49ers.
His contract with Fox 25 would not be renewed, this was made clear to him on November 1, 2009, he took a pay cut, he then went back to Fox 25 in the fall of 2014 as a non-permanent replacement. He hosted New England Sports Network’s New England Golfer in 1997, this is after his contract with WFXT ended in 2010. He then started hosting for the show that airs on the online media website The Pulse Network titled Sports Buzz.