Will Manso Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net worth, WPLG
Will Manso Biography
Will Manso is an American Journalist. He is currently the Sports Director for WPLG local 10 news. He joined the station in March 1999.
Will Manso Age
Manso was born on 20th February 1975. He is currently 47 years old as of 2022. Manso celebrates his birthday on the 20th of February of every year.
Will Manso Height
Manso is a mam of average stature and shape he stands at a height of 5 feet 11 inches tall.
Will Manso Family
Manso has not revealed any details concerning his family.It is unknown if has parents or siblings. We will update this information once it is available.
Will Manso Wife
Manso is married to Elizabeth Manso, the two have two daughters together. They are Katelyn and Eva.
Will Manso Salary
Manso gets an annual salary ranging between $40,000 – $ 110,500 dollars.
Will Manso Net worth
Manso has an estimated net worth ranging between 1 million – $ 5 million dollars.
Will Manso Education
Manso studied at the University of Miami he graduated with a degree in broadcast journalism and history.
Will Manso Career
When Manso joined Local 10 in March of 1999, he returned to his hometown of South Florida. Mansohas kept himself occupied during his time here by working in sports, news, and even entertainment.
He is presently the sports director for Local 10 and enjoys the opportunity to host special shows on the station. Manso grew up in South Florida, where the majority of his family still resides, despite being from Weehawken, New Jersey. He graduated from the University of Miami with a bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism and a master’s degree in history.
In Missoula, Montana, Manso began his broadcasting career as a sports anchor/reporter. He worked as a sports anchor/reporter for a Michigan television station after a year in Big Sky country.
He eventually returned to his hometown in South Florida. Manso says he enjoys working at the station because of the wonderful individuals he meets. He enjoys coming to the gym and discussing sports, but these days, most of his hobbies are cons.
He also anchored and reported for the school’s program, Newsvision, and helped design a half-hour sports show called “Sportsdesk.” In 1997, the New Jersey native moved to Missoula, Montana, for his first professional position as a Weekend Sports Anchor/Reporter at KPAX-TV. Later, in 1998, he worked for the now-defunct WOTV in Battle Creek, Michigan, before joining WPLG in March 1999.
Will Manso Miami
Will Manso is in his seventh season as a member of the Miami HEAT broadcast team. He will work a lot of home games as a reporter, doing interviews with assistant coaches and post-game hits outside the opposition locker room, as well as in the HEAT TV studio for away games on FOX Sports Sun as the pre-game, halftime, and post-game host.