Jon Meyer Biography
Jon Meyer is a journalist and news anchor as of now working with Julie Sidoni. Since the year 2003 at WNEP-TV and anchors Newswatch 16 at 5 and 5:30. He began Newswatch 16 in June 2003.
Meyer served in Johnstown at the WJAC-TV station as a weekend anchor and news reporter previously. He was a key attack on America to WJAC’s coverage of September 11, 2001.
The United Airlines Flight 93 from Johnstown in Somerset County crashed only 20 miles. Meyer was at the crash site as the number one reporter. He followed the issue extensively that followed for weeks and months. Mayer’s experiences covering and accounts of the crash appeared. In many books on the aftermath of September 11.
Jon Meyer Age
Meyer was born in St. Mary’s, Elk County in the United States. But, no information about his birthday, year of birth, day, and month of birth to the public.
Jon Meyer Height
He stands at a height of 5 ft 9 inches/ Approx. 1.7 m tall.
Jon Meyer Education
Meyer earned degrees in Broadcast Journalism and International Relations from the University of Syracuse. After completing his primary and high school diplomas.
Jon Meyer Family
Meyer has managed to keep his life private away from the social forums concerning his family members and siblings despite being a public eye.
Jon Meyer’s Wife
Meyer is married to her loving, caring, and pretty wife Renie Workman. Together, they are blessed with three amazing children two daughters and one good-looking boy named Jake Douglas Meyer.
Jon Meyer Salary
Meyer receives a salary of $200,000 per year, according to WNEP-TV News anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Jon Meyer’s Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.
Jon Meyer Career
He commenced his career in June 2003 as a reporter at Newswatch 16. Meyer’s first service was as the Luzerne County beat reporter at WNEP News. He anchored for a period of six years the weekend evening newscasts.
Before moving Monday through Friday to Newswatch 16 at 5 and 5:30 additionally. Meyer after Mike Stevens took another step into retirement took over the On the Pennsylvania Road segment.
He has done a wide range of stories most importantly, for Newswatch 16. Meyer due to his reports after he went to Haiti following. The devastating earthquake in 2010 became a winner of the Pennsylvania Association of Broadcasters (PAB).
Award from central Pennsylvania. He earned degrees in Broadcast Journalism and International Relations from the University of Syracuse later on.