Randy Mac Biography
Randy Mac is a preeminent American Award-winning journalist currently serving as a consumer reporter at NBC 4 in Columbus, Ohio. Previously, he spent six years working as a senior investigative reporter at KOCO TV in Oklahoma. There, he covers vast news events and special investigative projects focusing on consumer reports. Randy is people’s choice when reporting major events and sporting news for his stunning look on the screen and comprehensive news coverage.
Randy Mac Age
Randy Mac was born in Canton, Ohio, United States. He has however not disclosed details regarding his birth including his birthday or year. This section is under review and we shall upload the information once they are accessible from our trustworthy sources.
Randy Mac Height
Randy’s height is 5 feet 10 inches (Approx 1.78 m).
Randy Mac Family
Randy was born and brought up in Canton, Ohio, United States of America. However, he has not disclosed facts regarding his family members to the public. We are reviewing this section and shall keep you updated once information emerges.
Randy Mac Wife
Due to his secretive nature, Randy has maintained a low profile about his marital status. However, he has not shared information regarding his marriage, dating, or engagement with the public. Randy is the proud father of a handsome son.
Randy Mac Education
He matriculated at the Edinboro University of Pennsylvania where he graduated with a B.A. degree in speech communications.
Randy Mac Salary
He receives an annual salary ranging between $70,500 – $145,000.
Randy Mac’s Net Worth
Randy has an estimated net worth of $1 million -$3 million which he earned from his broadcasting career.
Randy Mac Career
At this present moment, Randy serves as a consumer reporter at NBC 4 in Columbus, Ohio. Previously, he spent six years working as a senior investigative reporter at KOCO TV in Oklahoma. From 2003 to 2014, he served as a general assignment reporter for NBC 5/KXAS in Dallas. Randy commenced his broadcasting career as a general assignment reporter at WSEE-TV in Erie, Pennsylvania. Later, he served as an education reporter at WHIO-TV in Dayton, Ohio.
Throughout his career, he has won multiple broadcast accolades including Associated Press, Regional Emmy Award for Breaking News, and several civic honors for his community involvement. In addition, the Oklahoma Association of Broadcasters awarded him with top honors for his investigative piece about the cost of health care in city jails.