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Adam Williams Biography

Adam Williams is a journalist with an Emmy Award who co-anchors 7News with Kim Khazei on weeknights at 5, 6, 7, and 11 p.m. He presently works as a news anchor and general assignment reporter for WHDH-TV NBC 7 in Boston. Adam began working for WHDH in 2007 as a reporter and weekend morning host.

Adam Williams Age

Adam is an American who was born and raised there. It appears that no one knows his precise date of birth.

Adam Williams Education

From Eastern New Mexico University, Adam received a Cum Laude degree.

Adam Williams Wife – Married

His relationship with her is private. It is unknown whether he is married, engaged, divorced, or single.

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Adam Williams Height

He is 5ft 7 (1.7 meters) tall.

Adam’s Salary

He receives a predicted annual salary that ranges from $40,000 – $ 110,500.

Adam’s Net Worth

His net worth is predicted to range from $1 Million – $5 Million.

Adam Williams WHDH-TV NBC 7 – Career

Williams is a journalist from the United States who currently works as a news anchor and general assignment reporter for WHDH-TV NBC 7 in Boston. At WHDH, Adam began working in 2007 as a reporter and weekend morning anchor. He was chosen as the primary anchor for Today in New England in 2013, where he had previously worked as an anchor. Adam came from Miami’s WSVN-TV FOX 7, a sister station of Sunbeam Television, where he served as the anchor for Today in Florida’s weekend morning newscasts. Additionally, he has worked as a reporter for KRQE-TV in Albuquerque, New Mexico. While he was there, he received recognition and awards for his efforts on hard news, feature stories, and an hour-long documentary about the state’s death penalty. Throughout the state, it was broadcast on public television (PBS).
Adam supports a number of charitable organizations, including Project Bread, the National MS Society, and Best Buddies International. In 2013 and 2014, the Boston Herald named Adam the “best morning anchor,” and Boston’s “A-list” named him the “best evening anchor.” Additionally, Boston’s “A-list” awarded him the city’s “top news anchor” in 2013 and 2014. He spends his free time with his yellow lab Shawmut, hot air ballooning, gardening, renovating furniture, and “gathering” new acquaintances. According to Adam, if he weren’t on television, he would serve as a press secretary for a well-known politician.

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