Fred Roggin ProfileFred Roggin is an American award-winning journalist working for NBC4 serving as a sports anchor/reporter. He has been working for the station since 1980.
Fred Roggin Career
Roggin serves as the weekday sports anchor for NBC4 and his sports reports are featured on weekdays at 6 p.m. and 11 p.m. He is a Southern California broadcasting icon and was a member of the longest-running evening news team, which included legendary journalists Chuck Henry and Colleen Williams, as well as weathercaster Fritz Coleman, who recently retired.
In addition to anchoring NBC4’s weekday sports news, Rogin hosts ‘Going Rogin,’ a 30-minute sports commentary program that airs Saturdays at 3 p.m. and Sundays at 12 midnight, immediately following the NBC4 News at 11 p.m. He is also the creator and host of NBC4’s live multi-platform half-hour post-game show, ‘The Challenge,’ which airs immediately after ‘Sunday Night Football.’ Furthermore, he also has his own radio show, which airs weekdays from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. on The Dodgers radio station AM 570.
During the Olympic Games, Roggin is one of only a few local sportscasters in the country who also works for the NBC Network. Since 1984, he has served as a network host and reporter for every Game, including in Los Angeles, London, Vancouver, Beijing, Athens, Turin, Sydney, and Salt Lake City. Roggin began his career at NBC4 as a weekend sports anchor and weekday reporter, and by 1986, he had advanced to become the station’s primary sports anchor and reporter.
In 1985, he expanded his role by creating and serving as host and executive producer of ‘Sunday Night Sports.’ Roggin was well-known for his use of satire and humor in his sports reporting, and he created segments such as the ‘Hall of Shame,’ which featured video clips of hilarious and unforgettable sports moments, and his signature ‘Roggin’s Heroes,’ which highlighted remarkable or extraordinary plays in the world of sports. In 1990, ‘Roggin’s Heroes’ was developed into a successful nationally syndicated, weekly show. The Roggin’s Heroes segment is still featured in his newscasts to this day. Roggin began his broadcasting career in 1976 with KIKO Radio in Globe, Arizona, as a sports anchor, reporter, and play-by-play announcer.
In 1977, he joined KBLU Radio and KYEL-TV as a sports anchor, reporter, and sports director. In 1977, he began working as a sports anchor, reporter, and sports director for Yuma, Arizona’s KBLU Radio and KYEL-TV. The following year, he moved to Austin, Texas, to become the sports director and anchor for KVUE-TV, and the following year, he moved to Phoenix, Arizona, to become the weekday sports anchor for KPNX-TV. Roggin was raised in Phoenix and attended Phoenix College, where he studied broadcasting. He is originally from Detroit.
Quick Facts About Fred Roggin
|Full Name||Fred Roggin|
|Age||634years old as of January 2021|
|Net Worth||$1 Million – $5 Million|
Fred Roggin Age
Roggin is 64 years old as of 2021. He was born on May 6, 1957, in Detroit, Michigan, the U.S. He celebrates his birthday on May 6, every year.
Fred Roggin Height
Roggin stands at an approximate height of 5 feet 9 inches.
Fred Roggin Family
Information regarding Roggin’s parents and siblings is currently under review. However, the information will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Fred Roggin Wife
Roggin was previously married to Eileen Roggin and together they have been blessed with two children named Shannon Irene and Jeffrey Hy who was born on April 14, 1988. Later on, he got married to Richel Roggin with whom they had three children namely Haylee who was born on May 8, 1996, Jack Spencer who was born on September 21, 1998, and Josh Hunter born on April 8, 2000.
Fred Roggin Salary
Being one of the top journalists for NBC, Roggin earns an annual salary ranging from $ 20,000 – $ 100,000.
Fred Roggin Net Worth
Roggin has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million – $5 Million which he has earned through his successful career as a sports anchor.
Fred Roggin Awards and honors
As Southern California’s leading sports anchor, he has received over 30 L.A. Emmy Awards, 22 Golden Mike Awards, three prestigious Associated Press Awards, and numerous L.A. Press Club Awards for his sports segments, specials, and series. Roggin was also honored with The Los Angeles Press Club’s Joseph M. Quinn Award for Lifetime Achievement in 2013, inducted into the Southern California Sports Broadcasters Hall of Fame in 2014, as well as inducted into the California Sports Hall of Fame in 2019.
Fred Roggin Olympics 2022
Roggin participates in his seventh Olympic Games serving as a studio host on CNBC during the 2016 Olympic Games. He has also covered every Olympics since 1984 for NBC Sports Group.