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American television journalist reporter Bob Kur Bio & Wiki

American television journalist reporter Bob Kur Bio & Wiki

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Full Name: Bob Kur Bob Kur
Birth Date: April 13, 1948
Age: 74 years
Gender: Male
Profession: Journalist
Country: United States
Horoscope: Aries
WifeCathy Porter
Net Worth$1 million
Eye ColorDark Brown
Hair ColorLight White
Birth PlaceNutley, New Jersey
StatusMarried
NationalityAmerican
EthnicityWhite
EducationIthaca College, Columbia University
Kids3
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American television journalist, who is well-known for his work in Eastern Educational Network as a researcher, reporter, and writer.

Moreover, he became the weekend anchor on NBC’s Today Show in 1996. Also, he served as a host for several NBC News shows including NBC Nightly News.

What is the Age of Bob Kur?

Bob Kur landed on this earth on April 13, 1948, in Nutley, New Jersey, the United States. His birth sign is Aries. Bob holds an American nationality and belongs to the white ethnicity.

He attended Ithaca College in Ithaca, New York, and received a bachelor’s degree later in 1970. After that, he enrolled at Columbia University in New York City, New York to learn a master’s in communication.

 

Is Bob Kur Married? Who is his Wife?

Yes, Bob Kur is a happily married man. His wife’s name is Cathy Porter. However, the couple is yet to reveal how they first met and their dating history. The duo must have dated for a few years then only they decided to marry.

Bob Kur, Journalist
Caption: Bob Kur, Journalist (Photo: Twitter)

The couple exchanged wedding vows but no information about their wedding date as well as place. The duo must have married in front of shortlisted friends and family members. From their blissful marriage, the couple is the proud parents of three children. However, the pair is yet the identity and birthdate of their kids.

What is Bob Kur Net Worth and Salary?

Bob Kur has an estimated net worth of around $1 Million as of 2022 He also worked for Eastern Educational Network as a researcher, reporter, and writer. Likewise, Kur also served as a host for several NBC News shows including NBC Nightly News where the employee earns an average salary of around $73k.

Moreover, he became the weekend anchor on NBC’s Today Show. He became an anchor for MSNBC. Later, he became the White House correspondent earning around $83105 to $112769. He also works for Washington Post Radio.

Career

  • Bob Kur started his professional journalism as a researcher, reporter, and writer.
  • He worked for the Eastern Educational Network.
  • In the year 1973, he worked for hired by WRC-TV, a Washington, D.C.-based NBC affiliate.
  • Later, he was selected for a Cleveland Ohio-based NBC News report in 1976.
Bob Kur, Journalist
Caption: Bob Kur, Journalist (Photo: wicb)
  • Moreover, she served as a fill-in host for several NBC News shows including NBC Nightly News and NBC News at Sunrise.
  • He became NBC’s Today Show’s weekend anchor in the year 1996.
  • In the mid-1990s, Kur received attention for his coverage of the tobacco industry lawsuits.
  • The correspondent of the White House and later became MSNBC’s anchor.
  • He leaves MSNBC to work for Washington Post Radio, a new radio station in the Washington, D.C. area in 2006.
  • Furthermore, there is no information about his professional career.

FAQs of Bob Kur

Who is Bob Kur?

American television journalist, who is well-known for his work in Eastern Educational Network as a researcher, reporter, and writer. He became the weekend anchor on NBC’s Today Show in 1996. Also, he served as a host for several NBC News shows including NBC Nightly News.

Where was Bob Kur born?

Bob Kur landed on this earth on April 13, 1948, in Nutley, New Jersey, the United States. His birth sign is Aries. Bob holds an American nationality and belongs to the white ethnicity.

When did Bob Kur graduate?

He attended Ithaca College in Ithaca, New York, and received a bachelor’s degree later in 1970. After that, he enrolled at Columbia University in New York City, New York to learn a master’s in communication.