Michael Raimondi Biography
Michael Raimondi is an American anchor, reporter, and producer working for Arizona Family KTVK 3TV in Phoenix, Arizona. He joined the station in April 2022 and serves as a weekend anchor and reporter.
Michael Raimondi Education
After graduating from high school and earning his Diploma in General Education, he had to further his education. He joined Lyndon State College in Vermont to pursue his career course. After finishing his studies there, he earned his Bachelor of Science in Electronic Journalism Arts. While in college, he was captain of the baseball team as a pitcher during his senior year.
Michael Raimondi Career
Raimondi is a reporter, producer, and anchor at Arizona Family. He serves the station as a weekend anchor and reporter. Prior to joining the Arizona Family, he worked at Gray Television in Phoenix, Arizona as a news reporter.
He developed his love and passion for journalism while in high school and began taking journalism classes. It was then he realized he wanted to pursue a career in the news. Upon college, he landed his first job in Duluth, Minnesota. While there, he worked for KBJR 6 News Today as a morning anchor and producer. He anchored and produced the morning show for KBJR 6 on weekdays.
He moved to the south later two years after working in northern Minnesota. There he became a reporter at NBC-2 in Fort Myers, Florida. After working there for six months, he was elevated to weekend morning anchor. In addition to that, he reported three days a week. Throughout his career, he has covered major stories including the algae crisis in southwest Florida in 2018. For the next three years, he became the go-to reporter in the area for water stories covering local water groups, politicians, and massive projects to try and reduce algae and red tide.
He joined the NBC2 News team in June 2018. In January 2022, he left NBC-2. During his working time there, he served the station as a reporter. From there, he joined Gray Television where he served as a news reporter. He also worked at KTVK 3TV in Phoenix, Arizona where he joined in April 2022. While there, he served as a weekend anchor and reporter. During his leisure time, he likes getting outside, good food, and also enjoys hiking.
Michael Raimondi Age
Raimondi was born on October 17th in Methuen, Massachusetts, United States of America. On October 17th, 2022, he shared a post on his Facebook celebrating his birthday and said, Holly and Emma brought in a cake and some snacks to help celebrate my birthday today Working weekends isn’t too bad with this crew!” He likes to keep his personal life private hence has not yet disclosed the year he was born. However, he might be in his 30s.
Michael Raimondi Height
Raimondi stands at an approximate height of 5 feet 8 inches.
Michael Raimondi Family
Raimondi was born in Methuen, Massachusetts. Growing up just 25 miles north of Boston, he is a BIG Boston sports fan but is now adopting Arizona teams to cheer on. He has managed to keep his personal life away from the limelight hence he has not disclosed any information about his parents. It is also not known if he has any siblings.
Michael Raimondi’s Wife
Raimondi is in a romantic relationship with her fiancee but he has not shared her name to the public. The two got engaged on August 18, 2022, and shared their engagement photos on Facebook. He is happy to be in the Valley with his girlfriend and two cats. On October 23, 2022, he posted a photo on his social media account and said, “Back on the anchor desk tonight after a quick trip to Vegas earlier this week My fiancé and I had so much fun we almost forgot to take a picture! Thankfully, we grabbed a quick selfie over the strip. See you on AZ Family tonight from 5-7 & 9-11 .”
Michael Raimondi Net Worth
Raimondi has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 Million – $5 Million which he has earned from his successful career as an anchor, reporter, and producer.
Michael Raimondi Salary
Raimondi earns an annual salary ranging between $40,000 – $ 110,500.
Raimondi won a Wisconsin Broadcasters Award for his coverage on Team Shuster, a curling team that won gold at the 2018 Winter Olympics.