Micah Ohlman KTLA 5 Bio, Wiki, Age, Wife, Salary and Net Worth

Micah Ohlman
Micah Ohlman

Micah Ohlman Biography

Micah Ohlman is a journalist based in the United States. At the moment, he works as a co-anchor for the weekday versions of the KTLA News at 6:00 pm, 6:30 pm, and 10:00 pm. Micah, who has won many Emmy Awards, has anchored prolonged live coverage of practically every important story involving Southern California over the course of the previous decade. As a result, people regard him as someone who can be trusted, who exudes confidence, and who is credible.

Micah Ohlman Age

Micah was born on May 4, 1972, in Torrance. She is 51 years old.

Micah Ohlman Family

Micah was born in the city of Torrance. He has not disclosed any details about his family, including his parents and siblings. Micah is the nephew of Paul Moyer, who has worked as a television anchor in Los Angeles for many years. William S. Hart High School in Newhall is where he received his diploma. He attended the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and received his degree in communication studies from there. While he was a student at UNLV, he was able to secure a spot as a walk-on player for the 1992–1993 edition of the nationally ranked UNLV Runnin’ Rebels basketball team.

Micah Ohlman Wife

He is married and has three children.

Micah Ohlman KTLA

Micah is a nighttime anchor for the Emmy Award–winning KTLA 5 News at 6, 6:30, 10, and 11. Over the course of the past ten years, he has established himself as a mainstay in the Los Angeles television news, earning a stellar reputation as an outstanding breaking news anchor and reporter along the way.

Micah has been a co-host of coverage of the Rose Parade alongside the iconic hosts Bob Eubanks and Stephanie Edwards since New Year’s Day 2010, and this tradition has continued every year thereafter. Micah began this role in 2010. Micah was awarded an Emmy for his coverage of this event in 2011, and the broadcast is seen not just locally on KTLA but also in a large portion of the United States and in more than 40 countries across the world.

Micah anchored live coverage of the shuttle Columbia explosion in 2003 for an extended period of time. Micah was working at the anchor desk when the “Fire Siege” in October 2003 broke out. This was one of the most catastrophic wildfire catastrophes in the history of the state. After that, Micah went on to anchor live coverage of the passing of former President Ronald Reagan in 2004, as well as the passing of Pope John Paul II in March of 2005.

Micah anchored KABC-marathon TV’s coverage for more than eight hours in October 2007, during another of California’s most destructive firestorms. His calm demeanor reassured viewers as several wildfires burned simultaneously across Southern California, consuming more than half a million acres of land and more than 1,500 homes. Micah’s coverage came as several wildfires consumed simultaneously across Southern California. Micah was also live on the air as the Chino earthquake struck in July 2008, sitting in the anchor chair. The earthquake had a magnitude of 5.5.

Micah has visited a variety of countries thanks to his enthusiasm for telling stories. Micah went to Vietnam in 2005 with the purpose of observing a group of 21 Vietnamese-American adoptees who were going back to their birth country for the first time since the fall of Saigon in 1975. He did this by following two locals who were a part of the group. Micah’s three-part series on the emotional homecoming won him a nomination for an Emmy, and it also provided a penetrating look at the truth of the human condition in a country that is still striving to recover from the effects of its war-ravaged history.

Micah also reported live from the area outside Washington, District of Columbia, for several weeks during the reign of terror caused by the “Beltway Snipers” in October 2002. During the official funeral for Ronald Reagan, Micah also provided live news from the nation’s capitol.

Micah held the positions of anchor and reporter at the television station WTVJ-TV in Miami, which is owned by NBC, prior to his relocation to Los Angeles. Micah provided substantial live coverage from the location of the presidential election debacle in 2000 that was marked by hanging chads while he was stationed there. Micah also covered the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, and his reporting helped unearth important ties that the hijackers had to South Florida. Micah got his start in the television industry at KULR-TV in Billings, Montana.

Micah Ohlman Salary

Micah has an estimated salary of between $300,000 – $500,000.

Micah Ohlman Net Worth

He has an estimated net worth of about 1.4 million.

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