Chip Yost KTLA News, Bio, Wiki, Age, Birthday, Height, Net Worth, Twitter, Husband, Weight, Facebook

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Chip Yost Biography | Wikipedia

Chip Yost is a well-known American journalist and reporter. Currently, he is serving as a KTLA reporter and Orange County Bureau Chief. He joined the network in February of 2007 and though he reports on just about everything, his passion and background are in investigative reporting.

Throughout his career, he won the 2013 Orange County Press Club award for ”best investigative story” in the broadcast/online video category for his coverage of an upholstery business allegedly not fulfilling customers’ orders.

He also won an Emmy for a story that had him tracking down fugitives who had escaped from the Colorado Department of Corrections. In addition, he was also awarded a Golden Mike for his KTLA report about squatters taking over homes in an upscale Riverside neighborhood.

Before coming to KTLA, he served as an investigative and general assignment reporter at television stations in Denver (KUSA-TV), Tucson (KOLD-TV), Yuma (KYMA-TV), and San Diego (KGTV-TV).

Chip Yost Age | Birthday

How old is Chip Yost? Chip was born to his parents in Ohio, in the United States of America. However, he has not shared the exact date, month, and the year he was born.

The exact date and month he celebrates his birthday is currently under review. We will keep you posted once information is clear from our reliable source. Keep the tab open.

Chip Yost Education

Chip was at the University of Cincinnati where he graduated earning a bachelor’s degree in business administration. He moved on to further his studies, at Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism in New York and received a master’s degree in journalism.

Chip Yost Body Measurements | Height | Weight

How tall is Chip Yost? Chip is a man of average stature. He stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches approximately 1.72 meters. Drawing from his pictures, he also manages to maintain average body weight.

More information concerning his other body measurements is currently under review. We will keep you posted once is confirmed.

Chip Yost Family | Parents

Chip was born to his parents in Ohio, in the United States of America. However, he has not shared any details regarding his parents’ names and occupations.

It is also not clear if he has any siblings. More information concerning this section is currently under review. We will keep you posted once information is clear from our reliable source.

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Chip Yost Marriage | Husband

Is Chip Yost married? Despite, Chip being a public figure, he has managed to hide his personal information away from the limelight. He did not share any details regarding his marital status.

More information concerning this section is currently under review. We will be updated once is confirmed from our reliable source. Keep the tab open.

Chip Yost Nationality | Ethnicity

Where is Chup Yost from? Chip holds American nationality and citizenship. He is of white ethnicity and heritage. He was born in Ohio, in the United States of America.

Yost Salary

Chip is serving as a reporter and Orange County Bureau Chief at KTLA in Los Angeles, California. He manages to take home a decent amount of money every month. He earns an annual salary of $71, 261.

Chip Yost Net Worth

Chip is a hard-working journalist who has managed to accumulate good fortune. He has an estimated annual salary of around $711,191.

Chip Yost Twitter

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Chip Yost KTLA

Where is Chip Yost now? Chip is serving as a KTLA reporter and Orange County Bureau Chief. He joined the network in February of 2007 and though he reports on just about everything, his passion and background are in investigative reporting.

Throughout his career, he won the 2013 Orange County Press Club award for ”best investigative story” in the broadcast/online video category for his coverage of an upholstery business allegedly not fulfilling customers’ orders.

He also won an Emmy for a story that had him tracking down fugitives who had escaped from the Colorado Department of Corrections. In addition, he was also awarded a Golden Mike for his KTLA report about squatters taking over homes in an upscale Riverside neighborhood.

Before coming to KTLA, he served as an investigative and general assignment reporter at television stations in Denver (KUSA-TV), Tucson (KOLD-TV), Yuma (KYMA-TV), and San Diego (KGTV-TV).