Eric Glasser Biography and Wiki
Eric Glasser is a talented American news journalist currently working for NBC News as a morning news anchor. He worked as a multi-award-winning journalist for almost three decades in some of the biggest cities in the country before Glasser joined WTSP in May 2010.
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Glasser stands at an average height of 5 feet 8 inches with a moderate weight.
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Glasser receives an annual salary of $85,000-$95,000 from her career as a news journalist.
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Glasser has an estimated net worth of $200,000-$500,000 as of 2022, from her successful career
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- Full Names: Eric Glasser
- Height: 5 feet 8 inches
- Husband: Travis Luther
- Salary: $75,000 – $90,000
- Net Worth: $100,000 – $500,000
Eric Glasser WTSP Wikipedia
I worked as a multi-award-winning journalist for almost three decades in some of the biggest cities in the country before I joined WTSP in May 2010. While still a student at the University of Florida, where I received a Bachelor of Science in Journalism and Telecommunications, I started my profession.
After that, I worked for six years at WPEC-TV in West Palm Beach, where I covered important occasions including the Republican National Convention, Ted Bundy’s execution, the Amtrak derailment in Alabama’s Bayou Canot, and the crash of U.S. Air flight 427 close to Pittsburgh.
I have flown with the Golden Knights of the American Army and have even touched down on the deck of an aircraft carrier in the Atlantic. I survived Hurricane Andrew as one of the few South Florida reporters, and since then, I’ve been battered by perhaps a dozen other significant storms.
The greatest market in the country, New York City, was where I made my next move to work as a reporter for WNYW-TV. I received recognition for my work on major fires in the Hamptons and covered the visits of world dignitaries like Nelson Mandela and Pope John Paul II while I was there. As soon as TWA Flight 800 crashed in flames, I was one of the first reporters on Long Island.
After leaving New York, I traveled to Dallas, Texas, where I spent over ten years as an anchor and reporter at KDFW-TV. I was honored to get multiple accolades for my on-air work and volunteerism while I was there. I served as the lead reporter for a newscast that won the region’s Emmy Award for “Best Newscast” in a sizable market and received other accolades from the Associated Press, regional groups, and charitable organizations.
The night of the 2000 election, I was in Austin covering the Bush campaign. I was the first to report on a ballot dispute in Palm Beach County, Florida, which would later lead to Bush v. Gore.
I was in Denver for the trial of Timothy McVeigh, in Houston for Senator John Glenn’s historic return to space, and I was also a TV anchor the morning the Space Shuttle Columbia broke apart over Texas. I was the sole journalist initially embedded with search teams as they combed southeast Texas in search of the shuttle’s and its crew’s bodies.
After spending a few days in Gulfport and Biloxi, Mississippi, during and after Hurricane Katrina, I was later recognized for my work. I then relocated back to Florida and began reporting and anchoring the news for WPTV in West Palm Beach. And in 2010, I relocated across the state to Tampa Bay, where I have since covered the biggest news and events in the area while working as a reporter.