Hank Tester Bio, Age, Height, CBS4 News, Net Worth, Salary, Parents, and Wife

Hank Tester Bio, Wiki

Hank Tester is an Emmy award-winning American anchor/reporter working at WFOR-CBS4 in Miami, Florida, USA serving as a News general assignment reporter. He has been working with this station since October 2015.

Hank Tester Age

Born and raised in Yuma, Arizona, United States, Hank keeps information regarding his dates of birth, age, birthday, and zodiac sign away from the limelight. However, judging from his appearance, he might be around his 70’s.

Hank Tester Height

Mr. Hank stands approximately 5 feet 8  inches (1. 75m) and weighs around 99 kg.

Hank Tester Education

For his education, Hank graduated from Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff in 1966 earning a Master’s degree in American History.

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Hank Tester Career

Tester works at WFOR-CBS4 in Miami, Florida, USA serving as News general assignment reporter since October 2015. He has been covering the daily news in South Florida for over 23 years with an ability to “tell a story” in a unique and balanced fashion that resonates with viewers. Hank enjoys the CBS4 newsroom atmosphere where experience, knowledge, and veteran presence are appreciated. His broadcasting profession has included working as a news director, reporter, news anchor, assignment editor, political commentator, and television station owner. Raised on a small ranch in Arizona, he learned the merit of efficiency and quality work.

Prior to joining CBS4, he served as a general assignment reporter at WTVJ, NBC6, Miami, Florida. Hank commenced his broadcast news career behind the microphone at KEOS Radio in Flagstaff, Arizona, in 1962 while he was enrolling in college in Flagstaff and has been at it ever since. After graduation, his television profession took off in Las Vegas upon accepting a teaching position with the Clark County School District.

He later transitioned from the classroom into the School District’s Public Broadcasting television station where he produced educational and historical programming. While creating documentaries, he also reported a variety of news stories in Vegas including the Nevada Gaming Commission and the Nevada Legislature. During those assignments, he founded Newsnight 10, the PBS station’s award-winning newscast.

By 1971, Hank and other investors founded Las Vegas Valley Broadcasting Company, which by 1980 had acquired the license for Las Vegas’ Channel 3 NBC affiliate. By the late 80s, Valley telecasting had become Sunbelt Broadcasting then Intermountain West Communications Company.  The group served several radio and TV stations in several western states, including  KSNV in Las Vegas, KRNV in Reno, and KYMA in Hank’s hometown of Yuma, Arizona.

Hank came to  Miami in 1992, just a month ahead of Hurricane Andrew after being employed by WTVJ. His covering efforts resulted in the television station group being acknowledged with the DuPont-Columbia University Award and the George Foster Peabody Broadcasting Award. Hank has also earned numerous awards throughout his profession as a broadcast journalist, including several Emmy awards.

In April 2005, he was recognized with the Silver Circle Award by the Suncoast Chapter of the National Association of Television Arts and Sciences. The Silver Circle is the highest privilege awarded to South Florida broadcast journalists in recognition of a quarter century of work. Hank also earned the Nevada Broadcasters Hall of Fame Award in 2015.

Hank Tester Net Worth Worth

In Hank’s career as an anchor/reporter, he has been able to amass a net worth ranging between $1 Million-$ 5 Million.

Hank Tester Salary

Tester acquires annual earnings that range between $ 111, 979 and $ 278,905.

Hank Tester Parents and Siblings

Tester was born and raised on a small ranch in Yuma, Arizona by his devoted parents. He is the son of  Mr. Tester and his wife. Growing up, his mother and dad gave him the best upbringing and nourishment one could ask for. Other than that,  Hank has not disclosed any further information concerning his parents or siblings if he has any.

Hank Tester Wife

Tester is married to Lourdes, a legal assistant.  The couple has been together for more than two and a half decades. Hank and his wife, Lourdes enjoy learning about the history of Cuba. They own three classic cars and are parts of the Antique Automobile Club of America. They frequently display their classic cars at shows around Florida including the 1967 National Award-winning Volkswagen Karmann Ghia.

Hank Tester Kids

He and his wife, Lourdes are proud parents of four daughters and three grandchildren though their names are not updated yet.

Hank Tester Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram

Tester is vocal on his social media accounts where he posts often. On his Twitter account, he has about 3,437 Followers around 746 followers on his Facebook page, and 526 followers on his Instagram account.

Hank Tester CBS4

He works at CBS4 where he works alongside his fellow anchors, reporters, and meteorologists such as;

  1. Sabrina Aponte
  2. John MacLauchlan
  3. Mauricio Maldonado
  4. Dave Warren
  5. Steven “Goldie” Goldstein
  6. Kim Bokamper
  7. Lissette Gonzalez
  8. Mike Cugno
  9. Jim Berry
  10. Ted Scouten
  11. Jacqueline Quynh
  12. Lauren Pastrana
  13. Karli Barnett
  14. Peter D’Oench
  15. Joan Murray
  16. Lisa Petrillo
  17. Marybel Rodriguez
  18. Jim DeFede
  19. Austin Carter
  20. Eliott Rodriguez
  21. Nick McGrill
  22. Chris Widlic
  23. Jesse Wells
  24. Ruthanne Gordon
  25. Mike Sullivan
  26. Lindsey Eaton
  27. Justin Kollar
  28. Jill Glavan
  29. Courtney Crown
  30. Melissa Crash
  31. Bob Donaldson
  32. Karen Leigh
  33. Chris Wright