Travis Herzog Biography
Travis Herzog works at ABC 13 KTRK-TV as the Chief Meteorologist, he began working here in July of 2006. During his tenure here he received the “Broadcaster of the Year” award by the National Weather Association, also the Associated Press awarded him the “Best Weathercast” award in Texas and the Media Alliance of Houston gave him the top on-air personality award.
Travis Herzog Age
Travis Herzog was born in San Antonio, Texas, United States. However, he hasnt disclosed details on his exact date and year of birth, research on this is ongoing, and will soon fill out this section.
Travis Herzog Height
Travis stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 7 in/1.7m tall.
Travis Herzog Education
Travis earned a B.S. in Meteorology and a perfect 4.0 GPR. from A & M University.
Travis Herzog Family
Travis has kept numb on details regarding his parents and on whether he has any siblings, however, research on this is going on and will soon fill out this segment.
Travis Herzog Wife
Travis is happily married and has three kids with his wife, however, he has kept the identity of his wife hidden, review on this section is going on, and soon as clear facts are available will update it.
Travis Herzog Salary
Travis annually earns a salary of $82,312. This is according to ABC 13 meteorologists’ salaries.
Travis Herzog Net Worth
Travis has an approximated net worth of $1 million.
Travis Herzog Career
Herzog as of now serves at ABC 13 KTRK-TV as a Chief Meteorologist, he commenced his work here in July of 2006. During his tenure here he received the “Broadcaster of the Year” award by the National Weather Association, also the Associated Press awarded him the “Best Weathercast” award in Texas and the Media Alliance of Houston gave him the top on-air personality award.
Into the bargain, he is a lively member of the Phi Kappa Phi, the National Weather Association, Phi Beta Kappa as well as the American Meteorological Society. Previously, he worked at KBTX-TV in Bryan, Texas as the morning meteorologist, he was recognized twice as the top broadcast meteorologist in the state by Texas Associated Press, during his tenure there.