Brian Conybeare Biography
Brian Conybeare is an Ameican Emmy Award-winning journalist for ABC57 . He joined the ABC57 News team in January 2018 as a main anchor. It is a welcome homecoming for Brian who was born and raised in Benton Harbor and is thrilled to be back in Michiana. He covers stories that matter to local communities and families like his own.
Brian Conybeare Age
Conybeare was born on 07/11/1962 in Benton Harbor, United States and is 57 years old as of 2019.
Brian Conybeare Salary and Net Worth
Conybeare recieves an annual salary of $160,000 dollars and his net worth is still under review.
Brian Conybeare Wife
Conybeare is a married man to his lovely wife Janna. The two met in New York City area where Conybeare spent the past almost 25 years, and had four children, ages between 9-16.
Brian earned a Bachelors Degree in Communications from the University of Michigan. He also Masters Degree in Journalism and Mass Communications from New York University. Currently, Brian lives in St. Joseph, Michigan with his wife Janna, their four children and two dogs. Brian loves spending time with family on the shore of Lake Michigan and tailgating at Michigan football games.
Before joining ABC57, Brian worked as a general assignment reporter and fill-in anchor at CBS2 News in New York City. During his time there he did extensive reporting on the recent terror attacks in New York, the 2016 presidential campaign, consumer scams and took viewers on exclusive tours inside a troubled nuclear power plant and New York’s growing medical marijuana industry.
Before joining CBS2 News, Brian worked on the New NY Bridge Project as a special advisor to replace the Tappan Zee Bridge over the Hudson River. During his role as spokesman on the $3.9 billion project, Brian hosted hundreds of meetings with residents, business groups and schools helping people understand, what was at the time, the nation’s largest infrastructure project.
He also served as main anchor and managing editor at News12 Westchester where his investigative reporting earned him three New York Emmy Awards, five Edward R. Murrow Regional Awards and a national award from the Society of Professional Journalists. Brian covered major stories including the 9/11 terror attacks, the Pope’s 2008 visit to New York City and did exclusive investigations into a parking ticket scam involving a national car rental chain and rigged promotional giveaways at the Yonkers Raceway Casino that led to three arrests.