Jeff Glor Biography
Jeff Glor is a CBS Saturday Morning co-host and a special correspondent for the network. He was once the CBS Evening News anchorman. On August 30, 2011, he appeared on The Early Show to interview former Buffalo Bills head coach Marv Levy.
How old is Jeff Glor? – Age
Glor was born Jeffrey Todd Glor on July 12, 1975, in Buffalo, New York. As of 2021, he’s 46 years old.
Where did Jeff Glor go to school? – Education
He attended Kenmore East High School in Tonawanda, New York, which is a public high school. He graduated from Syracuse University with a bachelor’s degree in journalism (from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications) and a master’s degree in economics in 1997. He won the Henry J. Wolff Award at Syracuse, which is given to a Newhouse student who is “especially competent in journalism.”
Jeff Glor – Family
Glor has not shared anything concerning his parents and siblings.
Jeff Glor Wife
Glor is married to Nicole, a former college cheerleader whom he met at Syracuse University. They live in Greenwich, Connecticut, with their two children, a boy, and a daughter.
What is Glor Salary?
He earns an estimated salary of $68,329 a year.
Glor Net Worth
He receives a net worth of 731,141.
Jeff Glor Career
Glor co-anchored WSTM-TV Syracuse’s 5 p.m. broadcast and was a reporter for the 11 p.m. program from 2000 to 2003. From 1997 until 2000, he was the morning news anchor. While still in college, he worked as a part-time producer for WSTM. He was awarded the Syracuse New Times’ “Best Male News Anchor” and one of the 40 most outstanding professionals under the age of 40. Glor worked on The Legal Handbook for New York State Journalists as a researcher and writer. From 2003 until 2007, he worked as a weekend evening news anchor and weekday reporter for WHDH in Boston. He joined CBS News in 2007 as a Saturday Early Show co-anchor and then as a newsreader. He also covered largely for The Early Show on weekdays, including extensive coverage of the 2008 presidential campaign in Iraq, China, and the United States. He hosted the CBS Saturday Evening News from 2008 to 2010, rotating with Russ Mitchell until 2009. In 2009, he began reporting for additional shows, including the CBS Evening News and CBS Sunday Morning, for which he received an Emmy nomination. From January 2011 until January 2012, he worked as a news anchor on The Early Show. Following that, in 2012, he became the Saturday anchor of CBS This Morning, the successor to The Early Show, as well as a reporter for CBS This Morning, reporting on long-form topics. He was the CBS Sunday Evening News anchor from 2012 to 2016, and from 2013 to 2014, he was the CBS Evening News reporter on lengthy investigations, including GM and Takata recalls. He contributed to 60 Minutes Sports with a variety of stories in 2015 and 2016. In addition, he started stepping in for Charlie Rose on his PBS tv show. On October 25, 2017, CBS announced that Glor would replace Scott Pelley, who departed the role in June 2017, as the next permanent anchor for the CBS Evening News in late 2017. (After Pelley’s departure, Anthony Mason had been filling in as the show’s anchor.) On December 4, 2017, Glor was named the CBS Evening News’ new permanent weekday anchor.
Following Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw the United States from the 2015 Paris Accords, Glor questioned French President Emmanuel Macron at the One Planet Summit in Paris in December 2017.The Evening News was carried live from the Élysée Palace that night, a first for any American network.
On May 29, 2018, CBS Evening News with Jeff Glor restored the in-depth program “Eye on America,” which was first broadcast by CBS News in 1991. The immersive stories, produced by domestic news bureaus, concentrate on critical themes such as the educators in the age of mass shootings, sanctuary cities, opioid addiction, and more.
Susan Zirinsky, president of CBS News, said on May 6, 2019, that Norah O’Donnell will be the next anchor and managing editor of the CBS Evening News beginning in the summer, and that the network was “discussing options” for Glor to continue at CBS News.
His final CBS Evening News broadcast aired on May 10, 2019, when he wished O’Donnell “the best of luck” and paid tribute to his colleagues behind the scenes by airing full team credits.
Glor began co-hosting CBS on June 22, 2019, alongside Dana Jacobson and Michelle Miller. This Morning: Saturday, which was subsequently renamed CBS Saturday Morning, and is also a CBS News special correspondent, reporting feature stories and investigative reports for the network.