Joe Trahan Profile
Joe Trahan is an American Emmy-winning Sports Anchor/Reporter at WFAA in Dallas, Texas since joining the station in June 2003. He has been a fixture on the local sports scene for more than half of his nearly 30-year career in local television news.
Joe Trahan Career
Trahan started his career in 1989 while he was still in college. During his senior year at Loyola University, Trahan worked the overnight shift as a news writer on WWL-TV’s highly successful morning show.
His on-air sports career started at WCBD-TV in Charleston, SC and included a return to New Orleans for a 9-year stint at WVUE-TV where he was named sports director.
Since joining WFAA, he has covered title runs from the Rangers and Maverick including the Mavs magical run that ended with a championship in 2011. He is still waiting on something similar from the Cowboys and Stars.
He covers the gamut of sports but readily admits following the NFL is his favorite. “It’s seemingly never a dull moment when you cover the Cowboys,” he says. Joe says they’re controversial and compelling and that’s “good for business.”
Joe Trahan Age
Trahan was born in 1974 in Houston, Texas. He is 47 years old as of 2021. Trahan has not disclosed the date and month he was born.
Quick Facts About Joe Trahan
|Full Name||Joe Trahan|
|Age||47 years old as of 2021|
|Net Worth||$1 Million – $5 Million|
Joe Trahan Height
Trahan stands at an approximate height of 5 feet 7 inches.
Joe Trahan Wife
Trahan is married to Amy and the couple is blessed with two daughters Sophia and Sydney. The family resides in Frisco. When not spending family time, you can find him on the links, working on his golf game.
Joe Trahan Salary
Being the top Sports Anchor/Reporter at WFAA, Blackhall earns an annual salary ranging between $ 20,000 – $ 100,000.
Joe Trahan Net Worth
Trahan has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million – $5 Million which he has earned through his successful career as a sports anchor and reporter.
Joe Trahan WFAA
At WFAA, Trahan works alongside;
- Eric Alvarez – General Assignment Reporter
- Sonia Azad – Reporter
- Hannah Davis – General Assignment Reporter
- Kalee Dionne – Meteorologist
- Pete Delkus – Chief Meteorologist
- Tanya Eiserer – Investigative Reporter
- Dale Hansen – Sportscaster
- Jake Harris – Multi-Media Journalist
- Jesse Hawila – Meteorologist
- Matt Howerton – Reporter
- David Goins – Reporter
- Demond Fernandez – Reporter
- Cleo Greene – Anchor
- Jonah Javad – Sports Anchor
- William Joy – General Assignment Reporter
- Chris Lawrence – Anchor/Reporter
- Mike Leslie – Sports Anchor/Reporter
- Cynthia Izaguirre – Anchor
- Charlotte Huffman – Investigative Reporter
- Sean Giggy – Reporter
- Greg Fields – Meteorologist