Betsy Kling Biography
Betsy Kling is an American chief meteorologist and news anchor of “What’s New” currently serving at WKYC. She served at WTLV/WJXX – TV as a weekend meteorologist before joining WKYC. Kling also worked at WKJG-TV as a weekend meteorologist before that.
She was awarded and named Betsy ”Broadcaster of the Year” at the NWA 2021 Annual Awards. For her years of hard work and dedication to local television in August 2021.
Betsy Kling Age
Kling was born in Copley, Northeast Ohio, in the United States on March 3, 1975. She is 47 years old.
Betsy Kling Height
Kling stands at an average height of 5 ft 7 inches/Approx 1.7 m tall.
Betsy Kling Education
She attended Copley High School based in Copley, Ohio for her high school education. In 1997, Kling received her bachelor’s degree in journalism from Bowling Green State Campus later on. She obtained a certification in broadcast meteorology from the University of Mississippi in addition.
Betsy Kling Family
She was born and raised in Copley, Northeast Ohio by her caring and hardworking father and mother. Kling belongs to the white ethnicity but holds American nationality. She was raised along with her siblings namely Fran DiBlasi and Toni Hadad.
Betsy Kling Husband
She is merely married to her cute and loving husband Paul Thomas. The couple tied the knot in August 1999. Kling first met her husband at his workplace where He was a reporter. They started dating for some time before they committed.
Together, they are blessed with two amazing daughters namely Violette Thomas and Josie Thomas. They always appear in different places spending their quality time with their children. The family lives in Cleveland Ohio.
Betsy Kling Salary
She receives an annual salary of $93,117 per year, according to WKYC anchors. reporters’ salaries.
Betsy Kling’s Net Worth
Kling earns an estimated net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million US dollars.
Betsy Kling Career
She commenced working as a weekend meteorologist in Fort Wayne, Indiana Area at WKJG-TV after her graduation. Kling spent three years serving with the network before joining as a meteorologist at the WTLV and WJXX-TV.
Most importantly, Kling landed a job at WKYC-TV in March 2003. Her exceptional work in the network is due to the Team Efforts News Events provision. Of the Columbia Shuttle Tragedy also earned her the prestigious Emmy Award.
Kling became the first-ever female chief meteorologist for the channel in 2008. Kling was also named by Cleveland Magazine the Best of Cleveland weather Forecaster from 2015 to 2018 in addition. She went on to win her second Emmy Award for Crafts.