Who is Chauncy Glover?
Chauncy Glover is an American broadcast journalist. He works as the co-anchor of “KCAL News on CBS Los Angeles” at 5 and 11 p.m. a role that he assumed on October 2, 2023. He also co-anchors the 8 and 10 p.m. newscasts on KCAL.
Prior to joining KCAL, Chauncy worked as a weekend morning anchor at KTRK before transitioning to weekdays and helping to set up a 3 p.m. program. He was assigned the role of weeknight anchor in 2020.
Glover formerly worked as a reporter at WDIV in Detroit before joining KTRK. During his time there, he started the Chauncy Glover Project, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide in-person mentoring to Black and Latino young people with a particular emphasis on education and self-empowerment.
Chauncy Glover Was Born in Alabama
Glover is currently 38 years old. He was born on July 10, 1985, in Athens, Alabama, USA. Glover stands at an average height of 5 feet 9 inches.
Chauncy Glover Education
Glover earned degrees in broadcast journalism, music, and theater from Troy University in Troy, Ala.
Chauncy Glover Wife
Glover has not revealed the identity of his wife. It is therefore difficult to talk about her marital status. Keep checking because we shall update this section as we get to learn more about him.
Chauncy Glover Salary
Glover earns an average salary of $94,738. He works as an evening anchor at KCAL.
Chauncy Glover’s Net Worth
Chauncy has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million. He generates his income from his career as a journalist.
What Did Chauncy Study in College?
Chauncy studied broadcast journalism, music, and theatre at Troy University and holds a degree in public relations.
Where Did Chauncy Glover Go After Leaving ABC 13 KTRK-TV?
Chauncy announced on August 2, 2023, during the evening newscast that he was leaving the station after working there for 8 years. The weekly evening host announced his departure during his last program and said that he was going to “take another great opportunity,” although he did not specify what it would be at that time.
He also described Mayra Moreno as a blessing, saying, “You have been my pillar and my therapist at times. You have been the perfect work wife anyone could have wished for because we have laughed out loud prayed, and cried together.”
His decision to leave came about six months after he came back to work not long after a medical vacation in late 2022. He began working for ABC 13 in 2015 as a weekend morning anchor. Before that, he was a reporter and fill-in anchor for the Detroit-based WDIV Local 4 News team.
Glover mentioned in a statement issued in August 2023 that it was a privilege to continue to fulfill his childhood ambitions by joining the KCAL News team.
He said; “I am fully aware of what KCAL means to the people of Southern California, and I am impressed by most of my new colleagues, among them the great Pat Harvey, who I hold in the highest regard as a journalist.”