John Chandler Biography
John Chandler works as a weekend sports anchor for NBC 4 New York, he began working here in January 2014. He also works as the weekday sports and general assignment reporter. Previously, she works as a sports anchor for three years at NBC Connecticut, also worked at WEEI-FM in Boston as Clear Channel Radio’s lead weekday anchor and for National Sports Station of the year in 2012, he received the Marconi Award.
John Chandler Age
John Chandler was born in Cleveland, Ohio, in the United States. However, he has kept silent on details regarding his exact date and day of birth, research on this is going on, and will soon update this section.
John Chandler Height
John stands at an approximate height of 5 ft 9 in/1.75 m tall.
John Chandler Education
John studied and graduated from Boston University with a bachelor’s degree.
John Chandler Family
John hasnt disclosed details on his parents and on whether he has any siblings, however, research on this is ongoing, and soon as clear facts are available will update this section.
John Chandler Wife
John is a married man, and together with his wife, they have two kids and they stay in Brooklyn. However, he hasnt disclosed details on his wife, research on this segment is ongoing and will be updated soon.
John Chandler Salary
John annually earns a salary of $75,895. This is according to NBC 4 reporter’s/anchor’s salaries.
John Chandler Net Worth
John’s approximated net worth is $1 million.
John Chandler Career
Chandler serves as a weekend sports anchor at NBC 4 New York, he commenced his work here in January 2014, he also works as the general assignment reporter as well as the weekday sports anchor. He has covered different sports such as the 2015 World Series, Super Bowl XLVIII, and also the 2014 Stanley Cup Final.
For his sports reporting, he was awarded a 2020 New York Emmy, for news writing he was acknowledged with a 2018 New York Emmy, for team coverage of the January 2018 snowstorm, he earned a second New York Emmy. Before, he worked as a sports anchor for three years at NBC Connecticut, during his time here he worked the NBV Olympic Zone and also Sunday Sports Replay as a host.
For four years he worked at New England Sports Network (NESN), for Best Sports Reporting in the year 2010, he received a New England Emmy Award. He also for the NESN’s live Super Bowl XLII coverage as the studio host, he also worked for Notre Dame Football as a sideline reporter at Sirius/XM radio. He worked on the Brooklyn Nets NBA D-Leagues affiliate on the ESPN AM1450, NBA TV, as well as NBA.com as the play-by-play voice. His career commenced as a sports anchor and reporter at Cleveland’s WEWS News Channel 5, he covered rising high school stars called LeBron James. For his extensive reporting, he received two Emmy nominations.