Alby Oxenreiter Profile
Alby Oxenreiter is an American long-serving, well-known, and well-respected sports anchor/reporter working for WPXI-TV in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He joined WPXI-TV in January of 2006.
For his education, Alby graduated from Mt. Lebanon High School. He obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications from Villanova University.
Alby Oxenreiter Career
Oxenreiter serves at WPXI as a Sports Director and the principal sports anchor for Channel 11 News, as well as Channel 11 News on Fox 53 at 10 p.m. In Grand Junction, Colorado, he began his career in television sports. In Harrisburg and Wilkes-Barre/Scranton, he worked as a sports anchor and reporter. Alby anchored and reported on Pittsburgh sports for both WTAE-TV and WPGH-TV before joining Channel 11.
Alby is involved with the Multiple Sclerosis Service Society and United Cerebral Palsy, which is linked with the MSSS. Alby is a member of the UCP/Class Advisory Board and hosts the annual Alby Oxenreiter Golf Classic in support of the MSSS. Alby has also served on the boards of the American Cancer Society’s Southwestern Pennsylvania Chapter, Southwinds, the Arthritis Foundation of Western Pennsylvania, and DePaul Institute. Alby’s also collaborated with Saint Anthony’s School’s special-needs programs. Alby also serves as the yearly emcee for the Golden Apple Awards event, which honors outstanding teachers in the Diocese of Pittsburgh.
He also acts as Master of Ceremonies for the North Side Friends and Neighbors Sports Gala on Pittsburgh’s North Side, which benefits Cardinal Wright Regional School. Alby is a member of the Heinz History Center’s Western Pennsylvania Sports Museum’s “Champions Committee” and co-author of “Sports Memories of Western Pennsylvania.” Alby enjoys all sports and is actively interested in his family’s activities.
Alby has won four Golden Quill awards from the Pittsburgh Press Club, multiple Associated Press medals, and a Mid-Atlantic Emmy Award for Outstanding Individual Achievement/Sports Reporting during the course of his career. Alby has received over two dozen Regional Emmy nominations. Alby has previously received the Villanova Communication Honor Society’s “Ethos Award.” The award is granted to a Villanova graduate who exemplifies the virtues of leadership. The award honors a Villanova alumnus who exemplifies integrity and excellence in the profession of communication, as well as a commitment to service through various projects and organizations. Alby has also received the Mount Lebanon High School “Great Alumni Award” as well as the Bishop’s Latin School’s “Cardinal Wright Award.”
Quick Facts About Alby Oxenreiter
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Alby’s round of golf with Latrobe native and international icon Arnold Palmer was one of his most memorable stories. Alby also covered the Steelers in Super Bowls XXX, XL, XLIII, and XLV, as well as the Penguins’ three Stanley Cup Championships, the Pirates’ past six playoff appearances, and several major golf tournaments.
Alby Oxenreiter Age
Oxenreiter’s age is not known for he has managed to keep his personal life private. It is therefore not known how old Oxenreiter is or when he celebrates his birthday. However, he might be in his 60s.
Alby Oxenreiter Height
Oxenreiter stands at an approximate height of 5 feet 8 inches.
Alby Oxenreiter Family
Information regarding Oxenreiter’s parents and siblings is currently under review. However, the information will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Alby Oxenreiter Wife/ Children
Alby is married to Karen Oxenreiter. The couple has three children.
Alby Oxenreiter Salary
Being one of the top journalists for WPXI-TV, Oxenreiter earns an annual salary ranging from $ 20,000 – $ 100,000.
Alby Oxenreiter’s Net Worth
Oxenreiter has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million – $5 Million which he has earned through his successful career as a sportscaster.
Alby Oxenreiter WPXI-TV
At WPXI-TV Oxenreiter works alongside;
- David Johnson
- Lisa Sylvester
- Katherine Amenta
- Gordon Loesch
- Joe Arena
- Melanie Gillespie
- Ryan Houston
- Amy Hudak
- Stephen Cropper
- Scott Harbaugh
- Danielle Dozier
- Jessica Faith