Kim Johnson Biography
Here is what you need to know about Kim Johnson, a well known American television personality and the then news anchor at WCCO- TV. Johnson joined WCCO-TV in May 2014 and parted ways with the station in May 2020. You can also catch up with Kim at noon on WCCO 4 News anchor and also a contributor to the WCCO Mid-Morning show.
Kim Johnson Age|Birthday
Kim was born on the 29th of August, however, her age and year of birth remain unknown.
Kim Johnson Height and Weight
Johnson has not shared details about her body measurements, therefore details about her height and weight will be updated soon.
Kim Johnson Husband
Kim is married to her long-term fiance Dan Mcintosh since July 2017. He is blessed with two children a son and a daughter.
Kim Johnson Family
Kim is a family person. She has severally credited her family on-air for their support in her education and career. However, she is yet to disclose their identity.
Kim Johnson Salary
Kim receives an annual average salary of $130,106. This is according to the annual average salary of a news anchor at WCCO.
Kim Johnson Net Worth
Johnson has an approximated net worth of between $500K -$1 million U.S dollars. Her career as a television journalist is the primary source of her income.
Kim Johnson Education
Kim attended and graduated from the University of Minnesota.
Kim Johnson Career
Johnson joined WCCO-TV from August 2015 until her exit in May 2020. She was the Morning anchor a position she has held for 4 yrs and 10 months. Before that Kim was the Saturday Morning Anchor/Reporter from 2014 – Aug 2015.
Before joining WCCO, Kim was the Weekend Anchor/Reporter at KTVX-TV from Aug 2012 to Apr 2014 a position she held for one year and nine months.
Before that, she was working at FOX 18/WQAD News 8 as the Primary Weekday Anchor for two years, from Aug 2010 to Jul 2012. She was also the 9 pm co-anchor from Monday through Friday.
Kim also worked as an Anchor/Producer/Reporter at NBC26 for almost a year from Oct 2009 to Jul 2010. At NBC26, Johnson was an Anchor, producer, and assignment editor for weekend newscasts, 5, 6, and 10 pm.
She was also a Reporter/Anchor/Producer at WDIO-TV for more than three years, from May 2006 to Oct 2009. Kim reported and covered generating stories from city hall, cops, and courts.
Kim also worked as an Anchor/Producer/Reporter at Life in the Prairie, EP-TV for one year from May 2005 to May 2006.
Kim is a three-time Emmy Award winner. She got the privileged to participate in the William Randolph Hearst National Television Broadcast News Competition.