Henry DiCarlo Biography
Henry DiCarlo is an Emmy award-winning AMS meteorologist working as the sportscaster for the KTLA 5 Morning News from 4 a.m. to 7 a.m.
How old is Henry DiCarlo? – Age
He was born and raised in the city of Orange. His real date of birth is not revealed making it difficult to calculate his age.
Henry DiCarlo Wife – Family
He is married to Lisa DeNoux Wiehebrink on May 23, 1997. The couple has two sons; Hank and Jack DeCarlo. Henry and his wife, Lisa, have two kids, Henry III and Jack, and three dogs, LeRoy, Otis, and Lucy, who live with them in Yorba Linda. They enjoy traveling, sports, and cooking together as a family, as well as advocating for the animal, children’s, and veteran-related issues.
Where did Henry DiCarlo go to college? – Education
Henry graduated from Mississippi State University with a meteorology degree and from California State University, Fullerton with a communications degree.
Henry DiCarlo Salary
He earns an annual salary of $142 thousand.
Henry DiCarlo Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Henry DiCarlo Cancer
After being diagnosed with cancer earlier this year, DiCarlo had surgery. Henry told Chris Schauble, a Morning News anchor, and buddy, that physicians identified cancer early and are confident about the surgery’s success rate.
Henry DiCarlo Career
Henry spent eight years at KCBS/KCAL in Los Angeles before joining KTLA in 2010. After starting his career as a sportscaster in Palm Springs, he has also worked in Seattle and Salt Lake City. Henry is a proud Southern California native. While attending Villa Park High School, Henry worked as a door-to-door salesperson for the Fuller Brush Company, walking the streets of Orange, Santa Ana, and Tustin.
KTLA is a CW-affiliated television station licensed to Los Angeles, California, United States, on virtual channel 5 (UHF digital channel 35). Nexstar Media Group, based in Irving, Texas, owns the station as its largest directly owned property. The Sunset Bronson Facilities on Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood are home to KTLA’s studios, while the station’s transmitter is atop Mount Wilson. It is the second-largest CW affiliate in terms of market size that is not owned and run by ViacomCBS, the network’s co-owner (the largest being sister station WPIX in New York City).
Beginning operations in January 1947, KTLA was the first commercially licensed television station in the western United States. KTLA is available as a superstation via DirecTV and Dish Network (the latter service available only to grandfathered subscribers who purchased its a la carte superstation tier before Dish halted sales of the package to new subscribers in September 2013), as well as on cable providers in select cities throughout the southwestern United States and throughout Canada, though not as widely as its Chicago sister station WGN-TV.