Alison Rosati is a tremendously experienced journalist who has been active in this since 1985 i.e for 31 years. She is now in the newscast team and is a co-anchor for WMAQ-TV in Chicago since 1990. Alison has got such a great presentation skill that any media outlets will try to get her providing huge salary. From the time she joined the field she has been gaining huge success and has also been able to make her net worth high.
Today we will be letting you know about Alison Rosati career and her net worth through her career.
Alison Rosati has been working for WMAQ-TV since a long time which is one of the renown TV channels all over the United States. Furthermore, she is also involved in many social works and social charity programs. Alison donated a huge amount of money to many social organisations that she is linked with up. Bog Brothers Big Sisters of America is one of the social organisation that she has made huge contributions. So no one will be able to contribute a huge amount of money if s/he doesn’t earn more. From the donation she makes we can assume that she has a great salary and net worth too.
Some other organisations that Alison Rosati is linked up with are Greater Chicago Food Depository, the Ronald McDonald house and March of Dimes which are huge firms. She holds the position of directors in Big Brothers Big Sisters of America. The credit of all her huge salary and net worth goes to her involvement in the field of journalism since a long time.
After Alison Rosati completed her graduation in Speech and Communication from Pine City in the year 1985 she started her career in Rochester, Minnesota. Then later she got hired in KTTC-TV as a general reporter soon within no time with her hard works and determination KTTC-TV promoted her to producer and co-anchor of the 6 p.m and 10 p.m. newscasts.
Later than Alison moved to New York and joined WGRZ-TV in Buffalo from the year 1987 and anchored the 6 p.m and 11 p.m newscasts. She left WGRZ-TV in the year 1990 to join WMAQ-TV where she is still working. First, she hosted the ’First Thing in the Morning’ and co-hosted ‘Chicago Live’ along with Warner Saunders from 1991 to 1992. After five-year, she started anchoring the early evening news.
Afterwards, Alison was also given to do the short-lived hourlong daytime program NBC 5’s 6 p.m newscast. While in 2000 she was named the host, co-creator and co-executive producer of half-hour special series 'Mum TV'. And in 2006 she was promoted to anchors of 5 p.m newscast. Moreover, she finally became the co-anchor in the NBC 5 evening newscasts. She has also been honoured with many awards during her lifetime.