Brad Johansen Biography
Brad Johansen is a distinguished American Anchor and news reporter. Currently, he serves for NBC 4 First as the co-anchor. Johansen along with Darlene Hill co-anchors the news.
He served for WCMH-TV based in Columbus, Ohio as the evening news anchor and news reporter before joining the NBC4 news team. Johansen worked at WKRC-TV based in Cincinnati, Ohio as the sports director from 1996 to 2014.
He used to announce Bengals pre-season games while there. Johansen moved to the radio booth, where he replaced Pete Arbogast in 2000. He serves as the voice of the women’s basketball programs and the USC Trojans football presently
Brad Johansen Age
Brad Johansen was born on March 6, 1962, in the United States. He is 60 years old as of 2022.
Brad Johansen Height
He stands at a height of 5 ft 10 inches ( Approx 1,78m).
Brad Johansen Family
Johansen was born to his caring father and loving mother in the United States of America. But he had not shared details about his parents and siblings to the media.
Brad Johansen Wife
Johansen is a happy hitched to his long-time sweetheart named Colleen Johansen. Together, they are blessed with three sons called; Connor, 27 years old, Jordan, 30 years old, and Braden, 12 years old. And also have one pretty daughter namely Riley, 17 years old.
Brad Johansen Education
Johansen joined the University of Bradley in 1990 and later earned a bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism in 1994.
Brad Johansen Salary
Johansen receives an annual average salary of $72,522 per year. This is according to NBC4 anchor’s/reporters’ salaries.
Brad Johansen Net Worth
He earns an estimated net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.
Brad Johansen Career
Johansen along with Darlene Hill is the co-anchor of NBC4 First at 4 as well as NBC4 at 5. He has served in television broadcasting for more than 37 years dating back to his first anchor job while he was a college student.
Johansen joined the staff at WEEK-TV during his junior year at Bradley University in Peoria, IL. He spent some time in Lansing, MI, CA, San Luis Obispo, as well as Las Vegas, NV after graduation, before landing in Cincinnati in 1992.
Johansen worked for 26 years at WKRC before moving for one year to North Carolina. He underwent a very difficult transition year during that time.Johansen served as a Sports Director for 18 years and as a Voice of the Bengals on the radio for another 11 years.
He covered college football, NFL, and college basketball for Fox Sports and CBS. Johansen and his wife Colleen dedicated their lives to helping raise more than $3 million for different charities in the community. The duo uses their golf tournaments and concert banquets.