Norman Seawright III WCCO, Bio, Height, Family, Salary, and Net Worth

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This is what you need to know about Norman Seawright III, an American Sports News reporter. He Fascinated with television news at a young age, he got involved with media in high school, writing for the high school newspaper, producing news stories and calling basketball games for WNAS-TV at Floyd Central High School.


Norman Seawright III was born a Californian, however, Details about her date of birth are not known it will be updated when there is information.


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Details about his parents and siblings have not been revealed. The information will be updated when there is information.


There is no information about his Husband. He is private about his personal life. We will update when there is information about his wife.


Norman receives an annual salary of $83,378 per year. This is according to a WCCO Sports anchor’s salary.

Net Worth

Norman has an approximated net worth of $10K – $100K U.S dollars.


Norman did his undergraduate study at Ole Miss majoring in Broadcast Journalism with a minor in the Spanish language. He also attended Syracuse University S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communication as a Broadcast & Digital Journalism student with an emphasis in Sports Communication. 


Norman is a sports reporter at WCCO. Before Joining WCCO-TV Station he had two internship experiences at WLKY in Louisville in both news and sports, followed by a sports internship at KARE, and another sports internship at WSYR in Syracuse before beginning his career at KBJR/KDLH in Duluth, MN as the weekend sports anchor.

Norman spent three years in Charleston, WV at WOWK as sports anchor/reporter (and winning Sports Anchor of the Year all three years from the Virginias’ Associated Press Broadcasters), returning to Minnesota feels like a homecoming.