Lindsey Watson Age
Lindsey Watson was born and brought up in Beaver County, Pennsylvania, in the USA. She is around 31 years old.
Lindsey Watson Height
Lindsey is 5 ft 7 in/1.74 m tall.
Lindsey Watson Family
Lindsey was raised in Beaver County, Pennsylvania, by her hardworking father and mother. She has stayed out of the spotlight when it comes to her family. However, she hasn’t mentioned out details on her parents and siblings, will soon fill out this section.
Lindsey Watson Husband
Lindsey is the proud mother of Chase. She spends her spare time with her son, as well as with her friends and family. Furthermore, she does not reveal whether she is married or engaged.
Lindsey Watson Education
Lindsey graduated from Beaver Falls High School with honors. Lindsey later attended Point Park University, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism with a focus on on-camera. During her time at KDKA-TV, she worked as a Pittsburgh Today Live Intern and Promotions Editor Intern for five months.
Lindsey Watson Salary
Lindsey receives an annual salary of $79,240.
Lindsey Watson Net Worth
Lindsey’s estimated net worth is $1 million.
Lindsey Watson Career
Lindsey works as an Evening Anchor and Multimedia Journalist for Nexstar Media Group’s WYTV. She joined the station in April 2016 and hosts the 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. newscasts. In addition, she hosts the weekly “Keeping Kids Safe” program. Lindsey, as an MMJ, is opposed to investigative teams from Pittsburgh stations WTAE and WPXI. Lindsey worked as a Social and Digital Media Reporter and On-Air Talent at WBVP and WMBA for five months prior to joining WYTV.
She previously worked at WDTV 5 News as a Morning Anchor, Reporter, and Producer. She spent two years and six months at the station. Furthermore, she produced and anchor an hour and a half long morning program, revised scripts as the show ran, and oversaw the newsroom overnight. She worked as a News Assignment Desk Intern for WPIX-TV for less than a year.
She also spent five months interning at The Globe (Point Park Newspaper) as a Writer and RHA Beat Correspondent. She spent two years as an apprentice at U-VIEW Television at Point Park University and also worked as a Sandwich Artist at Subway. In addition, as a studio assistant at Federal Work-Study, he assisted in running the equipment in the studio for classes and crew shows for nearly a year.