Tony McEwing (Journalist)

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Tony McEwing is a prominent co-anchor of “Good Day LA,” a morning show that airs from 5 a.m. to 10 a.m. alongside Araksya Karapetyan. He became a part of the KTTV FOX 11 team back in 1993.

Throughout his career, Tony McEwing has achieved remarkable recognition. In 2001 and 2003, he was honored with Emmy Awards for his outstanding half-hour specials, particularly “Songs of Our Success.” His dedication to journalism has earned him a total of seven Emmy Awards during his tenure at FOX 11.

Tony’s commitment to shedding light on significant topics extended to a National Daytime Emmy nomination for his half-hour special, “Mission of Hope.” This special focused on the LA Mission’s year-long rehabilitation program for the homeless.

Education has been a cornerstone of his journey. He earned a Master’s degree in editorial broadcasting from the prestigious Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University in 1981. Tony’s academic accomplishments also include a Bachelor of Science in education, obtained in 1978, and he has additionally attended the School of Law.

As for details such as Tony McEwing’s age, family, wife, children, height, salary, and net worth, those specific aspects of his life are not covered in the provided information.

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