Steve Hartman Bio, Age, Height, Family, Wife, CBS, Videos, Salary and Net worth

Steve Hartman Biography

Steve Hartman is an American broadcast journalist. He is known for being a reporter for CBS News based in New York.  Hartmann is also a writer and actor best known for his CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley , CBS News Sunday Morning  and 48 Hours .

Steve Hartman Education

Hartman has a degree in broadcast journalism from  Bowling Green State University,  which he graduated in 1985.

Steve Hartman CBS News

Steve Hartman is a CBS News journalist located in New York, where he has worked since 1998 after spending the preceding two years as a part-time correspondent.

In his weekly award-winning feature piece “On the Road,” which airs every Friday on the “CBS Evening News” and reruns on “CBS Sunday Morning,” Hartman offers viewers touching stories from the remarkable people he meets. “On the Road” is based on the long-running, renowned series of the same name, which was first reported by late newsman Charles Kuralt, one of America’s finest TV storytellers.

Hartman is also recognized for his award-winning feature series “Everybody Has a Story,” which has won numerous awards. Hartman put the adage to the test by throwing a dart at a map of America and then selected an interview subject at random from the phone book. Hartman’s series began in 1998 and lasted for seven years, producing more than 120 works.

He revived the series on a global basis in 2010. Each “Everybody in the World Has a Tale” program began with a NASA astronaut spinning a globe and pointing to random locations for Hartman to travel to and uncover a story. Hartman traveled around the world twice in a month.

For his work, he has received a record seven Alfred I. DuPont-Columbia University Awards, three national Emmy Awards, and nine RTNDA/Edward R. Murrow Awards, including an Alfred I. DuPont-Columbia University Award.

Hartman formerly worked as a correspondent for two prime time CBS News programs, “Public Eye with Bryant Gumbel” (1997-98) and “Coast to Coast” (1999-2000). (1996-97).

Steve Hartman Salary

Hartman receives an annual salary of $ 100,000.

Steve Hartman Net worth

Hartman has an estimated net worth of $ 3 million dollars.

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Steve Hartman Age

Hartman is 58 years old as of 2021. He was born on April 14, 1963.

Steve Hartman Height

Hartman stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches tall.

Steve Hartman Family

Hartman was born to George Hartman who was also a journalist.

Steve Hartman Wife

Hartman is married to Andrea Hartman, the two have three children together. One having autism.

Steve Hartman Videos

Hartman’s award-winning feature series, Everybody Has a Story, made him a household name. The Lewiston [Idaho] Morning Tribune’s newspaper reporter David Johnson gave Hartman the concept. He began by writing a few tales for Public Eye. Hartman would throw a dart at a map of the United States and then travel to the location where the dart landed.

When Hartman arrived, he would pick a name out of a phonebook and try to find someone who would agree to be interviewed and give their “story.” From Hawaii to Alaska, from Buckhannon, West Virginia, to Miami, Florida, Hartman went throughout the country. The series has produced 123 stories since its debut in 1998.

The CBS Evening News With Katie Couric featured Hartman’s “Assignment America” stories, which were inspired by Charles Kuralt’s On the Road series, which aired on CBS from 1967 to 1980. Hartman provided the Friday evening end-pieces for the CBS Evening News with Scott Pelley in 2011, when CBS resurrected On the Road. For the CBS Evening News, the series won two Edward R. Murrow Awards in 2013. In the Best Writing category, three of Hartman’s stories won.

Steve Hartman Articles

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