Byron Day Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth, FOX10

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Byron Day Biography

Byron Day currently serves at Fox10 News where he anchors at around 5 and 10 pm and is a renowned American Anchor and Reporter.He has been working for the station since March 2018.

Byron Day  Age

Days’ exact date of birth is not in the limelight however he was born in the united states of America. By assessing his looks he might be in his 60s.

Byron Day Height

Day stands at a moderate height of  5 feet 8 inches tall

Byron Day Family

Day was raised by his parents in the United States of America which is also the same place where he was born. Details about his siblings and parents are not currently not known. He is a father of two children however their names are not known. In addition to this, he is also a grandfather of two grandchildren and their names are not known as well.

Byron Day Wife

Moving forward to Day’s marital matters. He has kept matters about his love life on a very low profile. He is married but the name of his wife’s name is not known.He has two children and two granchildren.

Byron Day  Salary

Fox estimates Day’s salary to range between  $25,500 – $75,400 annually. The exact figure of his salary is yet to be released to the public.

Byron Day Networth

Day’s net worth stands at   $250,000.However, the quoted figure is also from his other investments and his extensive career.

Byron Day Career

Day’s career is such an impressive one. In Mobile, he began his career as a weathercaster for local television/Staff announcer. He relocated to Memphis and WHBQ tv after he graduated and carried on his work in the weather for one of the countries”s top famous stations. Day also hosted the station’s first host of PM magazine which was a show that lasted for  30mins and featured fun and quite a lot of information features from around Memphis and Country. He later moved on to NBC Sports in New York, covering many of the biggest events for the network where he worked as an Anchor/Reporter.

He anchored and hosted the award-winning Baseball pre-game show and also covered world playoffs and the Super Bowl. During his time he was nominated for a Sports Emmy. After he left NBC Sports, Day was the first main anchor of two major cable sports networks, SPorts time in Cincinnati and Scre in Los Angeles


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