Kurtis Ming Biography
Kurtis Ming is a well-known American Emmy Award-winning anchor and investigative reporter working at CBS13 News. There, he serves as an afternoon and early evening anchor/Consumer Investigative Reporter. He has a truckload of experience and is an eleven-time Emmy Award winner. He joined CBS13 News in 2003.
Ming is a 42-time regional Emmy Award nominee and his work has been honored by The National Press Club, the Radio and Television News Director Association, and with a California Journalism Award.
Kurtis Ming Age
He was born in 1974. And thus he is 49 years old as of 2023. However, he has not shared any information about the day and month he celebrates as his birthday.
Kurtis Ming Height
He stands at an approximate height of 5ft 7 inches (1.7m).
Kurtis Ming Family
He has kept his personal life off the limelight. He has not shared any information about his parents or siblings if he has any. But he was born in San Francisco.
Kurtis Ming Wife
He has kept his love life very private. He has not shared the nature of his relationship status. It is thus not known whether he is married, single, or dating. It is also not known whether he has kids or not.
Kurtis Ming’s Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of between $1 and $5 million. This great fortune he has made it from his career as a consumer investigative reporter, afternoon and early evening anchor.
Kurtis Ming Salary
His career as an anchor and consumer investigative reporter earns him an awesome salary. He, therefore, has an annual salary ranging between $70,000 and $125,000.
Kurtis Ming Education
He received his education at El Camino High School where he graduated in June 1996. After graduating from high school, he attended Emerson College where he attained a Bachelor of Science in Journalism and Public Information in 1999. During his time at Emerson, he participated in various activities and societies including WEBN, WERS, EIV, and Zeta Phi Eta. Also, he was the founder of Emerson College’s student-run TV station WEBN. Moreover, he anchored and reported for WERS-FM.
Kurtis Ming Career
From 2001 to 2003, he worked at KTVN 2 News where he was a reporter, and fill-in News/weather anchor. Prior to that, he was a weekend anchor, forecaster, and weekday reporter for two years and 8 months at KRCR-TV NewsChannel 7. From December 1998 to May 1999, he was a desk assistant and field producer and wrote for weekend newscasts at KCOP-TV UPN13. For six months from December 1998 to May 1999 he worked at NBC News as an Assistant Producer/Intern. There, he pitched content and received an assistant producer credit for work on Columbine and Salt Lake City Library shootings. He started his broadcasting career at KGO-TV/DT ABC 7 as a researcher for 5 months from May 1998 to September 1998. There, he was a consumer intern for 7 on your side and a web producer for the station’s citysearch7 website.
Moreover, he has reported on terrorism from Pakistan, tensions between North and South Korea from the DMZ, and traveled to Mexico to assist viewers with a timeshare refund. In June 2015, the Radio and Television News Directors Foundation selected him as a fellow to travel to Europe and Germany. There, he was the RIAS Berlin Kommission US-Germany Exchange Fellow. In Germany, he was selected for briefings with top-level German political, business, and media figures in Brelin, discussions with municipal officials in the former East German city of Erfurt, visits with international journalists in Cologne, and concluded with meetings in Brussels, Belgium at the EU and NATO. In March 2013 he spent one month at East West Centre where he was a Pakistani-US Journalist Exchange Fellow. There, he traveled to study Pakistan’s relations with the United States with discussions with U.S. Embassy Officials, Pakistan Government Military, and Community Leaders.
Kurtis Ming CBS13 News
In May 2003, he joined KOVR-TV | CBS Sacramento. There, he serves as the afternoon and early evening anchor. Also, he is a Consumer Investigative reporter at the station. In 2006, he started the “Call Kurtis” consumer advocacy program which has helped viewers get back millions of dollars and resolve thousands of disputes. Since his arrival in Sacramento, he has covered everything from the Scott Peterson murder trial to the gubernatorial campaign of a porn star.
Kurtis works at CBS13 News alongside other well-known CBS13 News anchors and reporters including;
- Elizabeth Klinge
- Marlee Ginter
- John Dabkovich
- Julie Watts
- Jordan Segundo
- Dina Kupfer
- Adrienne Moore
- Tony Lopez
- Steve Large
- Tracy Humphrey
- Darla Givens
- Sara Hodges