Greg Hurst Biography
Greg Hurst is an eminent American journalist working as a news anchor at WREG in Memphis, Tennessee. Previously, Hurst served for the CBS News station in Houston, where he was the lead news anchor for several years. Before that, he spent 10 years anchoring the news WABC-TV in New York. In addition, he also served at KFMB-TV in San Diego, California as a reporter and anchor.
Greg Hurst Age
Greg Hurst was born in the Mid-South, in the United States. He likes to keep his personal life private regarding his age and date of birth. We will update you on this section as soon as we have clear details about his age.
Greg Hurst Height
Hurst stands at a moderate height of 5 feet 7 inches (Approx1.7 m).
Greg Hurst Family
He was born and raised by his caring and loving father and mother in the Mid-South in the United States. Currently, Greg has not shared any details regarding either his parents or if he has siblings. We will update you on this segment as soon as he shares the details.
Greg Hurst Wife
Greg is married to his lovely and caring wife whose name is unknown to the public. His loving wife was born and raised in Memphis where they got married at Quince Church of Christ. The couple has a daughter called Alexandra who is married to her husband Morgan. He is a grandparent to Alexandra’s baby named Harper Grace.
Greg Hurst Salary
Greg’s average salary is $63,371 per year. This is according to WREG News anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Greg Hurst’s Net Worth
Hurst has an approximate net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Greg Hurst Career
Greg got his start in his broadcast career at KATV-TV located in Little Rock, Arkansas. He comes to WREG-TV Channel 3 to replace Richard Ransom, who left the station in a contract dispute after what he described. Hurst was most recently at KHOU, the CBS affiliate in Houston anchor. Over his several years on the job, Hurst has a wealth of experience reporting stories around the world. Greg due to his work on and off the news set has been awarded a great deal of recognition.
His coverage of the war with Iraq was highly regarded to foot patrol expeditions with the 3rd Infantry Division Terror Squad during firefights on the streets of Baghdad, from the time Greg spent in the Iraqi desert with United States Marines, to the eye-opening tours through Saddam Hussein’s Presidential Palaces.
His work has also taken him abroad, reporting to the ruins of war in Vietnam from the Kremlin in Russia. In addition, His interest in politics for many political debates has led him to serve as the moderator and has allowed him to cover many political conventions over the years.