Mike Dubberly Biography
Mike Dubberly is an illustrious American journalist and news anchor working for WBRC News currently. He was serving for KARE-TV located in Minnesota as a news reporter and sports anchor before joining WBRC in 1996.
Previously, Dubberly served as a sports anchor where he several numerous awards including. An Associated Press Award in 1987 for Best Sports Coverage, a UPI award in 1986 for Best Sports Radio Feature.
Associated Press Award in 2000 for Best Sports Feature Reporting, and many others.
Mike Dubberly Age
Dubberly was born in Jacksonville, Florida in the United States. He is around 50 years old, however, he has shared any information about his exact date and year of birth.
Mike Dubberly Height
He stands at a height of 5 ft 9 inches ( Approx 1.75m).
Mike Dubberly Education
Dubberly studied at Sandalwood High School for his high school diploma. Where he enjoyed playing varsity football which was coached by Bob Withrow. He proceeded to college where he attained a degree in Broadcast Journalism later on. Dubberly has not disclosed where he earned his degree though.
Mike Dubberly Family
Dubberly has managed to keep his life private regarding his family members including his family members despite being a well-renowned sports anchor.
Mike Dubberly Wife
Dubberly has managed to keep his life private away from the public and hence he has not shared his marital status. However, it’s not known whether Mike is engaged, single, married, or divorced.
Mike Dubberly Salary
Dubberly receives an annual salary of $83,114, according to WBRC News anchor’s/reporters’ salaries.
Mike Dubberly Net Worth
Dubberly earns estimated net worth is $2 million U.S dollars.
Mike Dubberly Career
Currently, he serving for WBRC FOX6 News as a journalist and news anchor. Dubberly was serving for KARE-TV based in Minnesota as a reporter and sports anchor before joining WBRC in 1996.
He has also worked for WCFT-TV based in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Previously, Dubberly served as a sports anchor where he received several awards including; a UPI award. In 1986 for Best Sports Radio Feature, Associated Press Award.
In 2000 for Best Sports Feature Reporting, and Associated Press Award. In 1987 for Best Sports Coverage, and A.P. Award in 2006 for Best Sports Feature. He provided coverage of the Super Bowl, the World Series, NCAA tournament.
Games, and Alabama-Auburn football games while serving as a sports reporter. Dubberly spends his time volunteering, golfing, playing video games, basketball, and weight lifting when he is not behind the cameras.