John Seibel is a news anchor for WDTN Channel 2 in the United States. He formerly worked as a lead host for CBS radio’s afternoon drive.
John Seibel Age
John Seibel was born in Englewood, Ohio, in the United States on August 30, 1970. He is 51 years old.
John Seibel Height
John stands at a height of 5 ft 9 in/1.75m tall.
John Seibel Family
John is from Englewood, Ohio, in the United States. His father was a military veteran stationed on the world’s busiest runway during the Cuban Missile Crisis.
John Seibel Wife
John and his wife Heather have a happy marriage. John met his wife while both of them were working for ESPN. In addition, the couple is the fortunate parents of three children, Noah, Kylene, and Elise. In addition, John and his wife’s wedding story was featured on TLC’s wedding story.
John Seibel Education
In 1997, John graduated from Arizona State University with a bachelor of arts in broadcast journalism. While at Arizona, he worked as the sports director for the ASU radio station and as the host and executive producer of Arizona’s first student-run weekly 30-minute sports show.
John Seibel Salary
John receives an annual salary of $100,000.
John Seibel Net Worth
John’s estimated net worth is $2 million.
John Seibel Career
John anchors the weekday morning news for WDTN, an NBC station in Dayton, Ohio. John is in charge of writing and reporting the news for WDTN, as well as defining the general personality tone for the broadcast.
Since becoming the station’s principal anchor in January 2014, ratings for the morning show have tripled. In addition, John promotes WDTN in other community events, such as serving as Master of Ceremony at the Dayton VA National Cemetery for Memorial Day Remembrance.
Between January 2010 through December 2012, he worked for KDKA, a CBS station in the Greater Pittsburgh Area. He was the host of Seibel, Starkey, and Miller on CBS radio from 2 to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday. Prior to joining CBS radio in 2010, John worked for ESPN in Bristol, Connecticut as an anchor, analyst, and host from 2000 to 2009. He worked for ESPN for nine years, anchoring ESPNews and taking on various positions on ESPN Radio.
In addition, prior to joining ESPN full-time in the summer of 2002, he was the weekend host of GameNight. John hosted GameNight, The Baseball Show, The SportsBash, SportsNation, SportsNation, Football Tonight, full-time and other ESPN radio shows for seven years.
Seibel hosted NFL on ESPN Radio, The Baseball Show, GameNight, The SportsBash, The Huddle with Mike Ditka, Baseball Tonight, and NFL on ESPN Radio during his seven years on the air. He was the emcee for an NFL/ESPN joint venture Monday Night Football Chalk Talk Luncheon Series from 2007 to 2008. Prior to joining ESPN, John worked as a sports director for KIMO-TV in Anchorage, Alaska, where he received the Alaska Broadcasters Association Goldie awards.