Chris Parente Bio, Age, Wife, Net Worth, Fox31 and Mom

Chris Parente Biography

Chris Parente is a seven-time Emmy Award-winning reporter, anchor, and entertainment host. He is on air at weekdays from 4:30-9:00 a.m. co-anchoring “Daybreak” on Channel 2.

Parente has been in the tv business for more than 24 years. Prior to Coming to Denver, he was the morning anchor at WAVE-TV in Louisville, Kentucky.

A highlight for Chris was hosting an hour of national television, filling in for Regis Philbin on “Live with Regis and Kelly.” They loved him so much, he was invited back to the show a second time, as a feature reporter for their “Ambush Makeovers.”

He has interviewed hundreds of celebrities, actors, and politicians, and his live work has been featured nationally on CNN, FOX, and MSNBC. Though he has adopted Colorado has his second home, he’ll always remain a “Hoosier” at heart.

Chris Parente Age

He was on born in Indiana. He graduated with honors from Indiana University, with degrees in both Journalism and Political Science. Chris studied theatre at Indiana University, and got his Improvisation training at Chicago’s famed “Second City.”

He has performed with Improv Troupes at countless festivals and shows. As of 2019, he was performing here in Denver with the troupe he helped found, the “Queerbots.” His date birth is still under review it will be updated soon.

Chris Parente Family

There is no information about his’s father, mother, and siblings. Updated will be done soon. in an interview Chris said that “This is a whole other chapter in my life, and I’m so excited about it because that means starting a new life and a family here,” Parente said.

“I really had no idea that Ernie would be moving on at this time, but I had nothing but joy and privilege in working with him.”

Chris Parente Wife

In an interview with John Wenzel at Fox31 cancels on January 20. 2019. It was revealed that is a married man. His wife is not posted but the update will be done soon.

“Chris does a great job,” said Bjorkman, who’s also looking to get back to freelance news and advertising work, as well as moving to Grand Lake with his wife. “He’s more of a younger spark, more engaged.”

“In 2009 I got laid off from Channel 2 when it merged with Fox31, and my wife and I just did various things after that,” he said, including modeling in Florida and working in the Peace Corps in Ethiopia.

“It was crazy, but it was nice to come back (to KWGN) a couple of years ago. Now we’ll see what happens next.”

Chris Parente Net Worth

Chris has interviewed hundreds of celebrities, actors, and politicians, and his live work has been featured nationally on CNN, FOX, and MSNBC. His estimated net worth as of 2019 is under review where it will be updated soon. Kathie J.

Chris Parente breaks monitor

Chris Parente broke the monitor on live TV and everyone at the station is making fun of him

DENVER — Chris Parente broke a monitor on the set during the Everyday show on Thursday and now we’re all making fun of him.

It happened before he was reading a story when he stood up and the chair fell back and hit the monitor.

And then Greg Dutra did the forecast on the broken monitor.

But our bosses weren’t too happy about it.

Chris Parente Fox31

Fox31 cancels “Every day,” Chris Parente replaces Ernie Bjorkman on “Daybreak” and more Denver TV changes

Taking stock of local TV-news changes at the top of 2019

Ernie Bjorkman has no hard feelings about being pushed off the air by KWGN-Channel 2 — for the second time in less than a decade.

“I had a two-year contract with a third-year optional, and they decided not to exercise the third year,” said the veteran TV-news personality, who started in the Denver market at KMGH-TV, now The Denver Channel (an ABC affiliate), in 1982. “I never expected to be replaced by Chris (Parente), but he does a very good job.”

Bjorkman and Parente’s employers at Tribune Media, which operates KWGN-Channel 2 (The CW) and KDVR Channel-31 (Fox), are just doing what local TV-news operations have always done: tinkering with their lineups in order to draw more viewers.

The practice has an added urgency these days. Smartphones, social media, and streaming services have transformed the way we consume news and entertainment, and TV stations have had no choice but to adapt.

While network affiliates battle for precious slivers of attention and advertising dollars, digital distractions multiply, which has led to an overall decline in local TV-news viewership, according to a 2018 report from the Pew Research Center. The average audience for the morning-news time slot saw the biggest decline, with a 15 percent decrease over 2017.

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