Dylan McKim Biography
Dylan McKim is an American news journalist currently working as a news reporter and anchor for KVIA News. McKim joined the ABC-7 team as a reporter and co-anchor and producer for Good Morning El Paso Weekend.
Dylan McKim Age
Dylan’s age and date of birth are not known to the public, he is rather secretive about his personal life.
Dylan McKim Birthday
McKim has not disclosed any information on her birthday nor his date of birth.
Dylan McKim Height
Dylan stands at an average height with a moderate weight. Information on his other body measurements is currently unavailable at the moment.
Dylan McKim Parents
Dylan was born and raised in Houston, Texas, however, he has not disclosed any information on his family nor his siblings at the moment.
Dylan McKim Wife
Dylan’s love life and marital status are not known to the public at the moment. he has not disclosed any information on his wife or if he is dating anyone at the moment.
Dylan McKim Salary
According to KVIA anchor salary, Dylan receives an annual average salary of $85,000.
Dylan McKim Net Worth
Dylan’s net worth is approximated to be ranging between $100,000-$300,000 as of 2021.
Dylan McKim Career
Dylan is a news journalist currently working as a news reporter and anchor for KVIA News. McKim joined the ABC-7 team as a reporter and co-anchor and producer for Good Morning El Paso Weekend.
Dylan joined ABC-7 as a reporter, co-anchor, and host of Good Morning El Paso Weekend. Dylan was born in Houston, Texas, and raised there. He loves camping, watching and participating in activities, cooking, reading, and watching movies.
Dylan attended Arizona State University and graduated with honors from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication with a degree in Journalism and Mass Communication.
Dylan interned at Arizona PBS, The Arizona Republic, KPNX Channel 12 News, and worked as a reporter for Arizona PBS while at ASU. Dylan is ecstatic to begin his career in El Paso. Please contact him if you have any story ideas or suggestions for stuff to do in the Borderland.
Dylan came second in the 2020 National Hearst Journalism Awards in the Television division and earned a Rocky Mountain Student Production Award for his reporting on Arizona firefighters battling insurance providers to obtain benefits to fund cancer care.