Jay Towers Biography | Wiki
Jay Towers is an American journalist, anchor, radio personality currently working as an anchor and news reporter at Fox 2 News Detroit Weekend. He also serves as a morning radio host, programming consultant, and national talent.
Jay Towers Age | Birthday
How old are Towers? Jay was born in Jersey Shore, the United States of America. However, information regarding her when he was born is currently not available. We will update once confirmed available.
Jay Towers Education
Towers attended Central Regional High School in New Jersey. ALSO READ: Jill Washburn
Jay Towers Height | Measurements
How tall is Towers? Jay stands at an average height of 5 feet 7 inches (1.70 m). However, information regarding his other body measurements is currently under review.
Jay Towers Nationality | Ethnicity
Jay holds an American nationality and citizenship by birth. He was born and raised in Jersey Shore, the United States of America. Jay is of Caucasian Ethnicity/heritage.
Jay Towers Parents | Family
Towers was born and raised by his parents in Jersey Shore, the United States of America. However, he has not shared any information regarding his parents neither siblings. We will update as soon confirmed available to the public.
Jay Towers Wfe | Married
Is Jay married? He is a happily married man yet he has not disclosed any information concerning his marriage. Towers is confidential when it comes to matters concerning his personal life.
Jay Towers Daughter
Despite being married, Towers has a beautiful daughter with his lovely wife yet he has not shared her names.
Jay Towers Salary
Towers currently working as a news reporter and anchor at Fox 2 News Detroit Weekend earns an annual salary ranging from $50,000 to $90,000.
Jay Towers Net Worth
Towers is an American journalist, anchor, radio personality who has an estimated net worth of between $2 million to $10 million.
Jay Towers FOX 2 News
Jay is currently working as a news reporter and anchor at Fox 2 News Detroit Weekend. He also serves as a morning radio host, programming consultant, and national talent. When he was 14 years old, he started his broadcasting journey at WJRZ in Toms Rivers, New Jersey. He landed his first full-time radio show in Atlantic City at WAYV and then at Boss 97 at the age of 18. He became one of the youngest Program Directors in America at WMAX in Grand Rapid, he left the Jersey Shore shortly after his 20th birthday. One year later he helped launch 93.1 WDRQ here in Detroit.
Jay was called back to the east coast to serve as Music Director and afternoon host at Q102 in Philadelphia in 1997 but felt such great attachment to the city of Detroit, that he returned to 93.1 DRQ in 1999 to host “Jay Towers and the Morning Revolution” until 2005. He spent the next four years at 97-1 The Ticket hosting the “Jay & Bill” show with Bill McAllister before making 100.3 WNIC his final radio stop in 2010. Towers continue to host “Jay Towers in the Morning” on 100.3 WNIC every morning with Allyson and Chelsea.
In the year 2004, He was in the lobby of the Fisher Building on a Saturday Morning to promote WDRQ’s ‘Lion King Musical’ Contest. It was the first day tickets went on sale and he was waiting to be interviewed by a Fox 2 reporter about our contest, but she never showed up. The following Monday he received a call from the News Director asking him if he would be willing to fill in for the next 2 weeks until they hired a new feature reporter and he has been at Fox 2 ever since. From Feature Reporter, Weekend Anchor to Morning Anchor, he has been having the time of his life.
The question he asked most often is how he does both Morning TV and Radio Together every day. Thanks to such a good partnership between iHeart Radio and Fox 2, he is lucky enough to have his WNIC radio studio with Allyson and Chelsea just a few steps away from the Fox 2 News Studio. When you don’t see him on Fox 2 News Morning for a few minutes, chances are he’s in the studio next door talking on the radio.
If you didn’t know, the 1978 Film ‘Superman The Movie’ was his earliest childhood memory and his favorite. He is a complete Superman nerd and not afraid to admit it. His super-obsession even got the attention of director Zack Snyder and he put him in ‘Batman v Superman’ back in 2016 playing a Metropolis TV Reporter. In 2018, he hosted and produced a TV special on the 40th Anniversary of ‘Superman the Movie’ which received an Emmy Nomination. He also started ‘The Caped Wonder Superman Podcast’ with Superman Historian Jim Bowers. You can find it on iHeart Radio, iTunes, or wherever you listen to podcasts.