Rob Finnerty Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth Newsmax
Rob Finnerty Biography
Rob Finnerty is a known American journalist and host. He works for ‘Wake Up America’ on Newsmax in New York, NY as the host. Prior, he worked as a morning news anchor at WTSP in Tampa Bay. In addition, he served at KCTV in Kansas City and KBAK-TV in Bakersfield for one year.
Rob Finnerty Age
Rob was born in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, the United States on May 39, 1982. He is 39 years old.
Rob Finnerty Height
Rob is 5 ft 7 in/1.72 m tall.
Rob Finnerty Education
Finnerty finished his high school course at Lawrence Academy, Groton, MA, in 2001. Then he studied and graduated from Fairfield University in Connecticut with a degree in Communications. After college, he got a job at the WEEI Sports Radio in Boston as the host of the Red Sox Pre-Game Show.
Rob Finnerty Family
Rob was born and brought up in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, the United States. However, he hasnt disclosed details on his parents and siblings to the public, research on this section is going on and will soon be updated.
Rob Finnerty Wife
Rob is a married man to Erica, they are blessed with two kids a daughter Blakely and a son Ryland James. The family resides in New York.
Rob Finnerty Salary
Rob annually receives a salary of $74,567.
Rob Finnerty Net Worth
Rob’s approximated net worth is $1 million.
Rob Finnerty Career
Rob currently works on Newsmax in New York, NY as the host of ‘Wake Up America’ which broadcasts weekdays from 6:30 a.m. – 9 a.m. he began working at the station in 2016. Before he worked at WTSP 10 News as a Morning News Anchor in market 11 Tampa, Florida. He was part of a creative team that initiated a morning show with a completely new format in a newsroom-based studio in 2016.
Before, he worked in Kansas City, MO as an Anchor/Reporter, and worked on the talk show ‘Better Kansas City’ with a live studio audience as a co-host. In addition, he worked at KBAK/KBFX in Bakersfield, California as an anchor and at New England Cable News (now NBC) in Boston, MA as a sports anchor & reporter. He covered the World Series, Super Bowl & the 2008 NBA Finals at the age of 25. Prior, he worked on CBS affiliate WTSP in Tampa, Florida as an anchor and reporter.