Bob Pompeani Biography and Wiki
Bob Pompeani is a professional and talented American news journalist currently working for KDKA-TV. He has been working at KDKA-TV since 1982.
Bob Pompeani Age | How old is KDKA Bob Pompeani?
Pompeani has not disclosed his exact age to the public.
Bob Pompeani Birthday
It is not known when Bob celebrates his birthday.
Bob Pompeani Height and Weight
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Bob Pompeani Family
Bob is the son of Pat Pompeani and Virginia Pompeani. He also has one sibling, a brother named Bruce Pompeani.
Bob Pompeani Brother
Bob’s brother Bruce is also a journalist. He was working at KDKA-TV before he was fired from his duty roles as a morning and noon anchor at Channel 2. He was under investigation by Hopewell police which necessitated his impeachment. It is known that a beauty salon manager accused him of repeated sexual harassment and threatened her life.
Bob Pompeani Education
Pompeani graduated from Point Park University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Broadcast Journalism. In addition, he received a minor in Political Science.
Bob Pompeani Wife | Is KDKA Bob Pompeani Married?
Pompeani is currently married to his lovely wife, Lisa Pompeani. Together, the couple shares two daughters namely Chelsea and Celina. He resides in Robinson Township along with his family.
Bob Pompeani Daughters
Pompeani and his wife Lisa are blessed with two daughters namely Chelsea and Celina.
Bob Pompeani Salary
KDKA News’ Bob receives an annual salary of $85,000-$95,000 from his career as a news journalist.
Bob Pompeani Net Worth | How Rich Is Bob Pompeani?
Pompeani has an estimated net worth of $1 Million to $5 Million (Approx.) as of 2022, from his successful career as a journalist.
Bob Pompeani Body Measurements
- Full Names: Bob Pompeani.
- Age: Unknown.
- Birthday: Unknown.
- Height: Unknown.
- Wife: Lisa Pompeani.
- Salary: $75,000 – $90,000.
- Net Worth: $1 Million to $5 Million (Approx.).
Bob Pompeani KDKA Wikipedia
Bob is a vastly recognized broadcast journalist who is currently working at KDKA-TV. Citing his work here, he serves as a sports director and anchor. Likewise, he provides sports anchorage for both at Six and Eleven newscasts. He also presents the KDKA-TV “Extra Effort” award.
It is known that Pompeani hosted the “#1 Cochran Sports Showdown.” He got inducted into the local Tri-State PGA Golf Hall of Fame. In addition, he was inducted into the Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame in 2015. He was also the 2000 Tri-State PGA of America Distinguished Service Award winner for outstanding contributions to local golf.
Most noteworthy, Bob began his journalism career at KDKA-TV in 1982. Throughout this time, he has visited over 1,200 local schools and produced feature stories on each outstanding student. He was also voted Pittsburgh’s favorite sportscaster in a reader poll of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
Bob Pompeani Awards
- Golden Quill Award
- Eight AP Awards
- People’s Choice Award
- Three Mid-Atlantic Emmy Awards
Bob Pompeani Muck Articles
A PITTSBURGH MARINE SERVED AS AN HONORARY TEAM CAPTAIN AT SUPER BOWL LV
James Martin will be on the field for the coin toss between the Chiefs and Buccaneers on Sunday. A Pittsburgh Marine Corps veteran is preparing for his big moment in Tampa Bay this weekend. James Martin, a native of Center Township, will be one of the honorary captains for Super Bowl LV, which will be played at Raymond James Stadium between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Kansas City Chiefs.
Brett Keisel Prepares For Final ‘Shear Da Beard’ Event
In February, there will be a major event. The iconic “Shear Da Beard” event is celebrating its tenth and last year. Brett Keisel, a former Pittsburgh Steelers standout famed for his bushy beard, shaves his beard every year to raise money for cancer research at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh. The host is all set to make his last cut. “Beards have been coming down for a decade,” Keisel remarked.
‘We Feel Good About It,’ said Steelers President Art Rooney II, adding that the team has no plans to bring in another veteran backup.
President Art Rooney II of the Pittsburgh Steelers stated that the organization is confident in its quarterback situation heading into next season. As the club pushed for a postseason berth, starter Ben Roethlisberger was injured in Week 2 and the team had to rely on backups Mason Rudolph and Devlin Hodges. Roethlisberger is expected to return to the starting lineup in 2020, according to Rooney II.