Nick Vasos is a well-known American News anchor and Traffic Reporter working for Fox 4 Kansas City at 9 a.m. and our Noon broadcast.
He joined Fox 4 Station in 2002. Nick also co-anchors together with Abby Eden every morning from 4:30 to 6:30 a.m. Before finding his way to WDAF-TV, Vasos worked at Metro Networks as a traffic/sports anchor.
Born and raised in Kansas City, in the USA, Vasos celebrates his birthday on Aug 22 every year.
Vasos stands at a moderate height however the exact details about his body measurements (height, weight, shoe size ) are not known.
Nick credited his family for their support in his education and career, it’s pretty sure that Nick is a family man. Nick is a son to Arbie Vasos (mother), little is known about his father
Vasos is a married man to his long term girlfriend Wendy Vasos. The couple dated for a couple of months before exchanging vows and they have one child named, Gus. Nick and his family live in the Kansas City Metro area.
The veteran journalist attended the University of Missouri-Kansas City where he studied and later graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Communications and Media Studies.
Vasos earns an annual average salary of $93,889. This is as per Fox 4 news anchors’ salary.
Vasos has a net worth that ranges between $100k – $1 million U.S dollars. Credits to his career as a news anchor which is a primary source of his income.
Vasos made his television debut in 1993 at a small building with two radio stations. He took ten years at the radio station while sharpening his news, sports, traffic, play-by-play producing, production, and also writing skills. In 1995 he joined Metro Networks as a traffic/news/sports anchor.
Nick left the radio position and joined Fox 4 in 2002 flying in an office 1500 hundred feet in the air aboard SKYFOX. He joined the anchor desk in 2011 at FOX 4 News at 9 a.m. and the Noon broadcast.
You can catch up with Nick alongside Abby Eden on every morning from 4:30 to 6:30 a.m. Before finding his way to WDAF-TV, Vasos worked at Metro Networks as a traffic/sports anchor.