Steve Chenevey Biography and Wiki
Steve Chenevey is an American award-winning journalist, anchor and reporter currently working as a news anchor at FOX 5 in Washington D.C. Before joining FOX 5, he worked as a news anchor and reporter for two years at ABC in Washington. He also spent 9 years at FOX covering stories from Miami to Seattle.
Steve Chenevey Education
Chenevey attended and graduated with high honors from Clarion University with a bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism.
Steve Chenevey Age and Birthday
How old is Steve? Steve is 54 years old as of 2024. He was born on July 18, 1970, in Western Pennsylvania, United States of America. His birthday is always celebrated on 18th July of every year. READ: Kerry Drew
Steve Chenevey Nationality and Ethnicity
Chenevey holds American nationality and citizenship by birth. He was born and raised in Western Pennsylvania, United States. He is of White ethnicity/heritage.
Steve Chenevey Height
How tall is Steve? He stands at an average height of 5 feet 8 inches (1.72 m).
Steve Chenevey Family | Parents
Chenevey was born and raised in Western Pennsylvania by his parents. However, information regarding his family members including his father, mother and siblings is currently not available. We will update his information once confirmed and available in the public eye.
Steve Chenevey Wife | Stephanie Watson
Is Steve Chenevey married? Steve is happily married to his wife Stephanie Watson. The couple got married officially through a private wedding ceremony in October 2021. More information regarding if the couple has children is currently under review. RELATED: Alanna Rizzo
Steve Chenevey Salary
Chenevey working as a news anchor at FOX 5, in Washington D.C. earns an estimated annual salary ranging from $50,000 – $120,000.
Steve Chenevey Net Worth
Steve Chenevey is an American award-winning journalist, anchor and reporter with an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Steve Chenevey FOX 5
Steve currently serves as news anchor of 6:00 am-10:00 am daily at FOX 5, FOX affiliate in Washington, DC. Before joining FOX 5, he worked as an anchor for 2 years at ABC in Washington. He also spent 9 years at FOX covering stories from Miami to Seattle. Named ‘Best Anchor’ in DC, MD & VA the last 2 years by the ‘Emmy’ folks but not in it for the awards. Documenting history is not just a privilege it’s a passion. On the anchor desk at FOX, they go head-to-head with Today, Good Morning America and The Early Show and recently had higher ratings than GMA and The Early Show combined. He is fortunate to win two prestigious Edward R. Murrow Awards and six Emmys while at FOX 5, including Best Anchor Emmy three times. READ: Caitlin Roth
Chenevey has interviewed Michelle Obama at the White House and homeless Hurricane Katrina survivors in New Orleans. He has also talked to celebrities starting from Sylvester Stallone to 50 Cent. He has Christine O’Donnell to explain why she walked off the set at CNN and San Francisco 49ers Hall of Fame Quarterback Joe Montana to admit he is a Steelers fan. He has met people in the worst neighborhoods on the brink of despair who were still smiling with a story to tell.
Steve grew up with the childhood goal of visiting every town in every country to document life as they know, and don’t know it. He amended that goal to try to tell every story to those who can’t see it for themselves. He has only scratched the surface and he is clawing to learn, see and discover more. This is why he became a journalist.
Chenevey has worked for ABC, FOX and NBC affiliates in Washington DC, Pittsburgh, Scranton, Harrisburg and Youngstown. He grew up in a rural part of Pennsylvania where the closest town had a population of 2,000 people and probably more cows. As his Twitter bio once read “I watch too many sports and have too many guitars”. Growing up with sports led to his competitive nature. Growing up with music helped him to nurture creativity. Growing up in blue-collar rural America and living among the power and elite of their Nation’s Capital has taught him balance. He is already looking forward to finding and telling tomorrow’s stories, wherever they may be.