Greg Copeland Biography
Greg Copeland is a renowned American journalist who is currently employed as an anchor and news reporter at King 5 television in Seattle, Washington’s Columbian district. The station hired him in March 2008. Every weekday, he co-anchors the News at Noon with Jessica Janner Castro and the weatherman Craig Herrera, as well as the KING 5 News at 4.
He previously worked for TEGNA, a cutting-edge media company that supports the communities of Virginia, before joining King 5 in Seattle. He worked as a reporter and news anchor at the Tysons, Virginia, station. Additionally, he has experience as a reporter and news anchor for Northwest Cable News in Seattle, Portland, and Boise. Also, he worked as a news reporter and anchor at News Channel Nebraska.
Greg Copeland Age
Greg Copeland was born in Gig Harbor, Washington, USA. However, he hasn’t provided his precise birth month and year of birth.
Greg Copeland Height
Greg is 6 ft 4 in/1.86m tall.
Greg Copeland Family
Greg’s parents gave birth to him in Gig Harbor, Washington, in the United States. He has an older and younger sibling. However, he hasn’t provided any additional details about his parents or siblings.
Greg Copeland Wife
Greg has a girlfriend known as Tatevik Aprikyan who works as an anchor and reporter in Seattle. However, Greg has two daughters from a previous marriage. They are locals of Washington’s Seattle.
Greg Copeland Children
Greg is the father of two daughters from a previous marriage. However, he hasn’t provided any additional details about his daughters or their mother.
Greg Copeland Education
In 1990, Greg earned his high school diploma from Peninsula High School. Later, he enrolled at Washington State University, from which he earned a broadcasting bachelor’s degree.
Greg Copeland Salary
Greg annually earns a salary of $79,625.
Greg Copeland’s Net Worth
Greg’s approximate net worth is $1 million.
Greg Copeland Career
Greg works as an anchor and news reporter for King 5 television in Seattle, Washington’s Columbian district. He began working at the station in March 2008. Each weekday, he co-anchors the KING 5 News at 4 p.m. along with Craig Herrera, a meteorologist, and co-anchor Jessica Janner Castro. He also hosts the News at Noon. Prior, he worked at TEGNA, an innovative media company that serves the greater good of Virginian communities before joining King 5 in Seattle.
He worked as a news anchor and reporter at the Tysons, Virginia station. Also, he worked as a news anchor and reporter for Northwest Cable News in Seattle, Portland, and Boise. He used sources to develop stories of community importance while serving as a liaison between the stations. He also reported on a variety of issues in Washington, Oregon, and Idaho. Among these issues are business, the economy, politics, education, the military, and veterans’ affairs.
In addition, he mentored aspiring producers on effective writing techniques for better story communication. He has also worked for News Channel Nebraska as a news reporter and anchor. He covered local news in Bainbridge Island and the surrounding communities during his time there.