Art Myers Biography
Art Myers is an American retired journalist, anchor and reporter who worked as the morning and noon news anchor at WCTV’S Eyewitness News in Tallahassee. Before joining WCTV, he served as a reporter and news anchor at WTXL-TV Channel 27 in Tallahassee, Florida.
Art Myers Education
Art studied at Tallahassee Community College and later attended and graduated from Florida State University with a Bachelor of Science in Mass Communication. RELATED: Bill Reh
Retiring | Retirement
Art retired from WCTV on December 17, 2021. He aired his last broadcast at noon on December 16, 2021, recapping and showing highlights from his 38-year career.
Art Myers Age
Myers was born and raised in the United States of America. However, details of when he was born and celebrates his birthday is currently under review.
Art Myers Height
Art stands at an average height of 5 feet 7 inches (1.7 m). Information about his other body measurements are currently not available.
Art Myers Family | Parents | Air Force
Myers was born to an air force father, who served as an air force pilot. During his childhood, his family moved in places including Hawaii to Washington D.C., due to his father’s job. Details about his parents and siblings including their names are currently under review. RELATED: Peter Scanavino
Art Myers Wife
Is Art married? Art is happily married to his lovely wife DeeDee. The couples like traveling, gardening, and worshiping the Lord together at Tallahassee’s Wildwood Church.
Art Myers Salary
Art working as the morning and noon news anchor at WCTV’S Eyewitness News in Tallahassee earns an estimated annual salary of $82,623.
Art Myers Net Worth
Myers as an accomplished American broadcast journalist has an estimated net worth of $2 million. RELATED: Oliver Platt
Art Myers WCTV
Art is a former morning and noon news anchor at WCTV in Tallahassee, Florida. He joined the WCTV station in 1984. He and his co-anchor, Venise Toussaint, anchors the most recent news and weather to North Florida and South Georgia morning and early afternoon, Monday through Friday on the Good Morning Show and Eyewitness News at Noon.
His broadcasting career began in Tallahassee radio. Later, Art’s work at WTXL-TV Channel 27 caught the eye of the WCTV-Channel 6 news director, who offered him the job of anchoring the Good Morning Show. In addition, Art produces and anchors the Eye Witness News at Noon on Channel 27. Over the past 18 years, Art has become a familiar face and voice to the people of Tallahassee and the Big Bend. He won an Associated Press award for his “Close Encounters” animal features and is in demand as an emcee for local and area events.
He is also the winner of several Associated Press awards for excellence in journalism. One for coverage of the rebuilding effort in Bay St. Louis, Mississippi, after Hurricane Katrina.