Rob Wolchek Biography | Wiki
Rob Wolchek is an American Emmy award-winning journalist, Investigative Reporter at WJBK-TV Detroit, Michigan. Wolchek is currently well known for his “Hall of Shame” segments. He joined the station in 1997. He was also an Investigative Reporter at KJEO-TV Fresno for two years.
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Rob Wolchek Nationality | Ethnicity
Rob holds an American nationality and citizenship by birth. Rob was born in Detroit, Michigan United States of America. He is of White Ethnicity/heritage.
Rob Wolchek Parents | Family
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Rob Wolchek Salary
Wolchek an Investigative Reporter at WJBK-TV Detroit, Michigan earns an annual salary of $76,000.
Rob Wolchek Net Worth
Wolchek is an American Emmy award-winning journalist, a reporter who has an estimated net worth of around $2 million to $5 million.
Rob Wolchek FOX 2 News
Wolchek is an Investigative Reporter at WJBK-TV Detroit, Michigan. Wolchek is currently well known for his “Hall of Shame” segments. He joined the station in 1997. Rob was also an Investigative Reporter at KJEO-TV Fresno for two years.
He worked in radio for many years and loved it until he got to be about 30 years old when he decided it was time to get a ‘real job. The problem was, not too many real jobs interested him. Rob was working as a traffic reporter for KNX radio in Los Angeles when a friend told him he was running the intern program at a local television station. Rob signed up but didn’t get anywhere until another intern went to San Francisco to cover the 1989 earthquake. He must have done a good job because he sold a bunch of stories to some of the big networks.
Rob took a job as a full-time reporter at KGET-TV in Bakersfield shortly afterward. It was hard work. He had to shoot my own stories, produce, write, edit and report them too. And the pay was horrible.
After that, he went to KJEO-TV in Fresno. During the first week, he was there, he was sent on a story about a special park made for disabled children that had been burned to the ground by arsonists. He was moved by the story and angry with the hoodlums that torched a place that meant so much to kids who’d already had been dealt a tough hand. His stories started a drive to rebuild the park and he got a special award from the city of Fresno. All of a sudden, he got a reputation as an advocate for the people. He was soon dubbed the ‘Scambuster’ because he went after the bad guys who ripped off and cheated everybody. He won his first Emmy in Fresno for ‘Scambusting.’
Wolchek continued to hunt down scam artists and has been lucky enough to win 25 more Emmy awards since he come to Fox 2 in 1997.
He is proud of his accomplishments here in Detroit: exposing all kinds of scams, stopping bad guys, and helping send a lot of them to prison. He has worked with lawmakers and the Governor to change laws and worked with police and prosecutors to make sure justice is served. Additionally, he got to put all the crazy confrontations he has with the bad guys on Fox 2 for everyone to see.