Hank Tester Bio, Age, Wife, Daughters, WFOR- TV, Networth

Hank Tester

Hank Tester Biography

Hank Tester is an American journalist. He works for WFOR TV, a CBS affiliate, as a freelance reporter and content creator. He joined the Miami, Fort Lauderdale team in October 2015.

Tester previously served at Keys Radio Group/WFFG since 2004 as a news correspondent in Marathon, Florida. He also served at WTVJ Miami, Florida as a Reporter for 22 years before moving to WFOR-TV. His personality is lovable to clients and people in general. He has experience in several sectors, such as journalism, broadcast journalist and news writing.

Hank Tester Age

Tester has not revealed his date of birth, month or year.

Hank Tester Height

Tester stands at the height of 5 feet and 7 inches tall.

Hank Tester Education

Tester enrolled at Northern Arizona University, where he pursued a master’s degree in History Education, U.S History. He graduated in 1968. He was a famous Arizona Radio Announcer as well as the President of Sigma Nu Fraternity.

Hank Tester Nationality

Tester holds American nationality.

Hank Tester Wife and Children

Hank is a married man. He is married to his wife, Lourdes. He and his wife currently live in Miami together with their four daughters. The couple enjoys learning about Cuba’s history. His wife, Lourdes, serves as a legal assistant. The couple owns three classic cars that they frequently display in Florida and won the National Award-winning Volkswagen Karmann Ghia in 1967. They are active participants of the Antique Automobile Club of America.

Hank has four daughters, together with his wife. His first daughter, Shelby Rogers, is a college student and is employed as a marketing specialist in Salt Lake City. His Second daughter, Stephanie Pineiro, graduated in 2010 from Florida State University. Kristy Barker, his third daughter, is a realtor with South Beach Investments in Miami Beach.

Hank Tester WFOR TV

Tester is currently a freelance reporter at WFOR/CBS4. He has worked for the network since October 2015 in Miami, Fort Lauderdale Area. Additionally, he has been the owner of Tester company, his personal profile since 1992. This profile has made him a strategic thinker with a high public profile and built his interpersonal relationship with his clients on media and face-to-face.

He began his profession still in college, in 1962. He was working for KEOS Radio Flagstaff in Arizona. Tester later moved to teach in Clark County School District and transitioned from being a classroom teacher to the School District’s Public Broadcasting television. Tester won the PBS station’s award for Public Broadcasting Television because of establishing Newnigjt 10 and creating documentaries. He also reported on a number of events and stories in Vegas. In 1971, Hank, alongside several investors, established Las Vegas Valley Broadcasting Company. The company has been able to operate various radio stations and TV in several western states, such as KSNV in Las Vegas, KRVN-FM in Reno and KYMA in Yuma, Arizona.  

 WTVJ Miami later employed him as a General Assignment Reporter in July 1992. He reported on South Florida’s economics and tourism. He was able to compose over 10 thousand daily Miami events across numerous topics such as crime, politics and human interest. Tester was a member of the reporting team that received Peabody and DuPont-Columbia awards for coverage of Hurricane Andrew. His recognized work in WJXT was his coverage of the Cuban Rafter Crisis of 1994. He left the network in January 2015 after serving for 22 years and seven months to move to CBS 4, where he works as a freelance journalist.

Hank Tester Salary and Networth

Tester earns an estimated annual salary of USD 90,731. 

His net worth is approximated to be USD 1 million.

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