Melanie Shafer Biography
Melanie Shafer is one of the familiar faces on television for her long appearance as an anchor. The Emmy award-winning News anchor is currently working for WSAZ 3 News Team. She joined the station in July 2000. She also co-anchors the morning newscast from 5-7 am with Rob Johnson and produces special reports throughout the year.
Melanie Shafer Age|Birthday
Shafer has managed to keep her personal information away from the public eye. She is yet to disclose her birthday and age.
Melanie Shafer Height
- Not Known
Melanie Shafer Parents|Family
Melanie is a mother of five and a wife to her husband. She has not disclosed more information about her family and siblings. When not working, she likes to spend time with her family and cooking delicious dishes for them.
Melanie Shafer Husband
Melanie is married, however, details about her husband are not known we will update you when there is information. They both live in Huntington. They also have five children (four sons and a daughter).
Melanie Shafer Education
Taylor went to P.I. Reed School of Journalism, what is now the Reed College of Media, at West Virginia University where she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in television – a minor in sports communication.
Melanie Shafer Salary
She receives an annual salary ranging from $30, 000 to $115,000. This is as per WSAZ 3 news anchors’ salary.
Melanie Shafer Net Worth
Shafer has an approximate net worth that ranges between $100k – $1 million. Credits to her career as a Meteorologist which is her primary source of income.
Melanie Shafer WSAZ 3 News
Shafer, an Emmy award-winning News anchor working for WSAZ 3 News Team. She joined the station in July 2000. She also co-anchors the morning newscast from 5-7 am with Rob Johnson and produces special reports throughout the year.
Her first tour in Huntington began in July 1993 with the genesis of First at Five. She also co-anchored and reported for that broadcast through 1996. For over four years Melanie worked in Pittsburgh, PA at the ABC affiliate WTAE-TV, co-anchoring the morning news.
Melanie Shafer Back Pain
Shafer shared her health issues where she was struggling with back pain. She couldn’t sleep more than three hours and also she couldn’t drive more than 10 minutes without being in excruciating pain.
As a result, of the throbbing searing pain, she kept moving, standing trying to keep pressure off my back and the nerves that were being compressed and causing so much anguish. She visited MRI where they found the problem: severe spinal stenosis.