Stu Mundel FOX 11, Bio, Age, Height, Parents, Wife, Children, KTTV, CBS, Salary and Net Worth

Stu Mundel FOX 11
Stu Mundel FOX 11

Stu Mundel Biography

Stu Mundel is an American journalist who works as an aerial photographer for FOX 11 and provides live traffic and breaking news reports from SkyFOX. Stu began working at the station in June 2020. He is still live on Good Day LA on weekday mornings and FOX 11 News at Noon.

Stu Mundel Age

Stu is around 53 years old as of 2021.

Stu Mundel Height

Stu stands at a height of 5 ft 7 in.

Stu MundelĀ  Family

Stu was born and raised in the USA by his loving parents, however, he has not disclosed any information on his family nor his siblings at the moment.

Stu Mundel Wife

He is a married man, He has not disclosed any information on his wife or if he is dating anyone at the moment.

Stu Mundel Podcast

When covering a chase or a blast, Stu never fails to exclaim “whoa!” and “whoo hoo!” These two are often used in his overhead studies. He is also a regular radio guest and has a sizable social media audience. Los Angeles magazine also called Stu one of the top 50 Angelenos to track on Twitter. He also hosted a KCBS/KCAL podcast.

Stu Mundel Salary

According to FOX 11 anchor salary, Stu receives an annual average salary of $85,000.

Stu Mundel Net Worth

Stu’s net worth is approximated to be ranging between $100,000-$300,000 as of 2021.

Stu Mundel Career

Stu joined Fox 11 as an airborne breaking news anchor, and he now brings valuable updates on brushfires, chases, exciting rescues, and all breaking news. His reports were broadcast live from his helicopter.

Stu has been an iconic face in the market for more than eight years, covering breaking news from the radio at KCBS/KCAL. Stu, who is stationed at Van Nuys Airport, has become a Los Angeles celebrity as a result of his sometimes dramatic reaction to incidents on the ground.

He is the most well-known of Los Angeles’ television helicopter reporters. Stu is well-known for his reports of police car chases and forest fires in Southern California. He left his long-held position at CBS-owned KCBS/KCAL.

When he formally joined Fox 11 in June, KCBS/KCAL announced his exit, and Fox 11 made a bigger statement. Erica Hill-Rodriguez, KTTV’s VP/news chief, revealed the hiring in a memo to employees.

According to sources, Stu joined KTTV because the station made him an offer he couldn’t refuse. His departure has little to do with a wave of layoffs at CBS-owned stations around the country.

As part of CBS’s latest round of pink slips, well-known anchors Jeff Michael, Sharon Tay, and meteorologist Garth Kemp departed KCBS/KCAL in Los Angeles. In the case of Stu, KCBS/KCAL played a significant role in raising his profile. According to the station, Stu had become a “cult hero during pursuits” in 2017.

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