Rachel Tiede Biography and Wiki
Rachel Tiede is an American news journalist currently working at WNYT NewsChannel 13 as a reporter and anchor. She also worked for FOX17 before becoming a reporter and anchor for WNYT.
Rachel Tiede Age and Birthday
Tiede was born in the United States, although she hasn’t revealed her precise age to the world yet. It is not known when Rachel celebrates her birthday.
Rachel Tiede Height
Tiede stands at an average height of 5 feet 6 inches.
Rachel Tiede Family | Parents
By her parents, Tiede was raised in the United States of America. As far as we know, she hasn’t given us any details about her family or siblings. Tiede graduated with honors with a magna cum laude from TCU and minored in kinesiology. She is currently pursuing her second degree, a Bachelor of Science in Meteorology from Mississippi State University and is due to graduate in 2023.
Rachel Tiede Husband and Married
There is no information on Tiede’s relationships or marital status that she has shared. It is not clear whether she is currently married or in a relationship. Her spouse and husband will be updated shortly.
Rachel Tiede Salary and Net Worth
Tiede’s income as a news journalist ranges from $85,000 to $95,000 per year. Pay for a news writer typically runs from $24,292 to $72 507 per year, or $10.15 to $31.32 per hour on average.
Rachel Tiede Wikipedia | WNYT
Tiede currently works at NewsChannel 13 WNYT in Albany, New York as a news anchor and reporter. She anchors NewsChannel 13 Live at 5, NewsChannel 13 Live at 9, and NewsChannel 13 Live at 11 weeknights. For FOX17 in Nashville, Tennessee, Rachel has previously served as an anchor and reporter. Tiede covered a number of significant stories, including hosting four uninterrupted hours of unscripted coverage following the Christmas Day RV explosion. After anchoring, she spent the following 36 hours on the field taking live shots. Awarded an Emmy for her reporting from the field during a multi-day, all-encompassing coverage of the deadliest tornado Nashville has seen in decades, Rachel also covered NASCAR’s return to Middle Tennessee for the first time in over 40 years.
In the past, Rachel covered the 5-hour morning newscast for FOX17 as a morning reporter. Over the course of 10 live shots every day, she covered a number of stories each morning. She formerly worked as an anchor, MMJ, and producer at NewsWatch 12 in Medford, Oregon. She served as the station’s primary anchor for its 4 p.m. program as well as its primary fill-in anchor for all other broadcasts. Rachel covered numerous disastrous wildfires, including as the Camp Fire in Paradise, California, the Chetco Bar Fire, the Klamathon Fire, and the Delta Fire, and reported on, produced, and led breaking news broadcasts on them.
Rachel’s TCU journalistic expertise also includes serving as executive editor of TCU’s IMAGE Magazine and creating pages for the TCU Yearbook, in addition to anchoring, reporting, and producing for TCU360. Previously, Rachel worked as an intern at WCCO-TV in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where she worked at the assignment desk, shadowed reporters, and gained knowledge of the inner workings of the newsroom. She also worked as an intern with KSTP-TV in St. Paul, Minnesota, where she handled the website and social media, wrote original content for KSTP.com, and shadowed reporters.
Rachel Tiede Awards
- Emmy Award