Emily Riemer Biography
Emily Riemer is an American Award-winning journalist most prominently is recognized and honored as a reporter of WCVB-TV, where she covers the worldwide news including daily government and public policy stories, election campaigns, and impact of budget cutbacks. Seach also for Tom Davis.
Emily Riemer Married|Husband
Riemer got married to her husband Kyle in the year 2011, April. They tied the knots in a place called Andover, Massachusetts.
Emily looked beautiful in a white sleeveless gown and completed her bridal look with a flashy red heals. Kyle preferred classic attire with a grey suit.
They have been married for seven long years, and Emily shared a glimpse of her wedding day on her sixth anniversary on 15 April 2017. As of now, the duo is relishing a warm relationship and parenting their three kids side-by-side. Nothing much is known about her husband, except for the fact that he was raised in Fairborn, Ohio.
Emily Riemer Children
Emily and her spouse are parents to three children. She gave birth to her youngest son named Ryan on 21 September 2017. The birth of her third child has received limelight ever since she announced that she was pregnant with her third child in May 2017.
Emily Riemer Net Worth
Emily Riemer accumulates the prominent part of the net worth from her job as Anchor and Reporter for WCVB-TV. According to the payscale.com, an estimated salary of WCVB’s reporter is $72,000.
She has been garnering the payroll from the WCVB since March 2011. At the network, she works as the co-anchor of NewsCenter 5 at 4 and 5 pm and health reporter too. Meanwhile, her actual earnings are underreview but shall keep you updated.
Emily Riemer WCVB
Award-winning journalist Emily Riemer is a co-anchor of WCVB’s NewsCenter 5 at 4:00 PM with Ed Harding and NewsCenter 5 at 5:00 PM with Ben Simmoneau. She also serves as NewsCenter 5’s Medical Reporter.
Emily was previously co-anchor of WCVB’s EyeOpener newscasts (4:30 AM-7 AM) with Randy Price. Emily previously co-anchored WCVB’s weekend morning newscasts from March 2011 to May 2013 and returned to WCVB Channel 5 as an anchor in June 2014.
Before her time at WCVB, Emily worked for duopolies WSYX-TV and WTTE-TV in Columbus, Ohio where she served as a political reporter.
During her distinguished career, Emily has reported on a range of topics including daily government and public policy stories, legislative initiatives, election campaigns and the impact of budget cutbacks. Emily secured an exclusive interview with Marc Dann, then Ohio’s embattled attorney general, on the eve of his resignation.
Emily was also invited to the White House in December 2010 to interview President Obama, as one of only four reporters from local affiliates from around the country.
Emily also enjoyed covering the Patriot’s Super Bowl win from Arizona in 2015 as well as Pope Francis’s historic visit to the United States that same year.