Steve Pickett Biography
Steve Pickett is a prominent American journalist currently serving as a news anchor and reporter at KTVT, a CBS-owned-and-operated television station serving the Dallas-Fort Worth designated market area. Previously, he worked as a news reporter at KGW, the NBC affiliate television station, serving the Portland, Oregon metropolitan area.
Steve Pickett Age
Steve Pickett was born in the United States of America in 1961. He is 61 years old. Nevertheless, he has not mentioned the exact month and date he was born.
Steve Pickett Height
Steve’s height is 5 feet 7 inches tall (approximately 1.74 meters).
Steve Pickett Family
Steve was born and brought up by his hardworking father and supportive mother in the United States of America. Nonetheless, he has not shared any details with reference to his parents’ identities and occupations. Also, it is not clear whether Steve has siblings or not. This section is currently under review and we will keep you updated once the information emerges.
Steve Pickett Wife
He is married to his attractive and loving wife. However, Steve has not shared the identity of his lovely wife. The two lovebirds are blessed with two stunning children.
Steve Pickett Salary
He receives a satisfactory salary of around $75,000 per year.
Steve Pickett’s Net Worth
Steve has managed to garner a good amount of wealth throughout his career and has an estimated net worth ranging between $1.5 million.
Steve Pickett Education
He attained a Bachelor of Arts in Radio-TV-Film from the University of Oklahoma. More details regarding his other academic qualifications are currently unclear.
Steve Pickett Career
At this present moment, as a news anchor and reporter at a CBS-owned-and-operated television station, serving the Dallas-Fort Worth designated market area. Previously, he worked as a news reporter at KGW, the NBC affiliate television station, serving the Portland, Oregon metropolitan area.
Steve was the recipient of the Emmy Award for coverage of the war in Iraq and of the Dallas Press Club for coverage of Hurricane Katrina. In addition, he has earned professional recognition from the University of Oklahoma Black Alumni Society, the National Association of Black Journalists, the Poynter Institute, and the Institute for Educational Inquiry for public education coverage in the U.S.