Who is Natasha Brown?
Natasha Brown is an Emmy Award-winning journalist. She is assigned the duties of co-anchoring CBS News Philadelphia at 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. Brown has covered a wide range of topics for more than 20 years, including politics and gun violence.
She worked as a reporter and anchor for WPXI-TV in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, before joining the station. She had previously worked as a reporter and weekend anchor for Richmond, Virginia’s WWBT-TV.
Natasha Brown Age
Brown has not shared her exact age. All we know for sure is that she celebrates her birthday in August every year. We also know that she was born in Virginia, United States.
Natasha graduated from James Madison University, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications.
Natasha Brown Height
Brown stands at an average height of 5 feet 6 inches.
Natasha Brown Husband
Brown is private with her staff hence, it is not known whether or not she is married. She has never talked openly about her marital status and we can’t tell whether or not she has children. We are keeping an eye and we shall share exclusive details as soon as she reveals her husband.
Natasha Brown’s Salary and Net Worth
Natasha earns approximately $87,435. Her wages have increased significantly over the years that she has worked in mainstream media. Brown’s net worth is estimated to be around $900,000. Her career has enabled her to create a stable source of income.
Natasha Brown Career
Brown’s newscasts can be seen on CBS News Philadelphia on weeknights. She is the solo anchor of CBS News Philadelphia @ 9 am. She also co-anchors 4 pm newscasts alongside Siafa Lewis who joined the station recently.
Brown has worked at the station for more than two decades. She started working for the station in December 2002 as a morning anchor and reporter. In addition to her current duties, Natasha is responsible for hosting “Speak Up”, a public affairs program on WPSG.
Her resume indicates that she started he career as a reporter at WPDE-TV in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Since then, she has had several high-profile stories such as the Columbine High School shootings, the crash of Flight 93 in Somerset County, Pennsylvania on September 11th, and the Quecreek Mine Disaster.
She has also played a leading role in covering several political campaigns and elections in the United States.
One of her memorable events happened in 2004 when she provided exclusive reports on the historic move of the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia to its new home across Independence Park. Throughout her career which spans over two decades, Natasha has been awarded four regional Emmy Awards.
What Happened To Natasha Brown?
Natasha originally co-anchored the opening segment of CBS3 @ 4 pm along with main anchors Ukee Washington and Alexandria Hoff until May 2020. That same month, she and Hoff were relieved of their duties.
The station did not lay off Brown or Hoff, but the decision was made as a result of layoffs brought on by corporate restructuring because of the COVID-19 pandemic and the December 2019 merger of Viacom and the station’s parent company CBS Corporation to form ViacomCBS (now officially known as Paramount Global).