Vince Sims Profile
Vince Sims is an American Emmy Award-winning anchor/reporter working for NBC 5 in DFW serving as an anchor/reporter. He has been working for the station since joining in July 2019.
Vince Sims Career
Sims co-anchors NBC 5 Weekend Evening News and reports during the week. Prior to joining NBC 5, he had spent 5 years anchoring and reporting in Atlanta, Georgia. He grew up right next door in Arkansas hence he is familiar with North Texas. At Little Rock, Ark is where his journalism journey started. Since then he has worked in Monroe and Shreveport, La.; Tulsa, Okla.; and Pittsburgh, Pa. He has covered all kinds of severe weather situations including tornadoes, hurricanes, and snowstorms throughout his career.
Sims’ reports have included everything from politics, covering presidential candidates including Barack Obama and Donald Trump, to sports covering two Super Bowls. Sims enjoys covering stories that have an effect on someone’s life or change their life for the better. He has been given various community acknowledgments over the years including The New Pittsburgh Courier Man of Excellence in Media, NW Louisiana YWCA Outstanding Journalist, and Atl’s Hottest Media Personality two years in a row among others.
Sims attended the University of Central Arkansas where he received his Bachelor of Science degree in Mass Communications with a minor in Journalism. He is also very much active when it comes to his social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter as well as Instagram.
During his free time, you can find Sims out and about in the community. He often gives out his time and serves as master of ceremonies for many nonprofit organizations. He speaks often to several church groups, organizations, and schools about his job and the challenges that come with it. Sims likes talking with young people about the significance of getting an education. He stresses to them their surroundings don’t dictate their future. He was brought up on an agriculture and cattle farm in rural Arkansas and he never imagined he would one day be on television keeping people updated about what’s happening in their community.
Sims looks at himself as a “sock enthusiast” with a wide collection of fun and colorful socks. He gathers matchbooks. He is an Edward R. Murrow award-winning journalist and a two-time Emmy award. He has worked for more ta 25 years on television news at NBC 5.
Quick Facts About Sims
|Net Worth||$1 Million – $5 Million|
Vince Sims Age
Sims’ age is not known for he has managed to keep his personal life private. It is therefore not known how old Vince is or when he celebrates his birthday. However, he might be in his 40s.
Vince Sims Height
Sims stands at an approximate height of 5 feet 8 inches.
Vince Sims Family
Information regarding Sims’s parents and siblings is currently under review. However, the information will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Vince Sims Wife
Sims is a married man and the couple is blessed with a son. He serves as a Deacon at the church he attends with his family. Sims and his wife are excited to explore all the DFW area has to offer. He also enjoys dining out, shooting pool, playing tennis, swimming, and just socializing with friends. His weird hobby is collecting matchbooks.
Vince Sims Salary
Being one of the top anchors/reporters for NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth, Vince earns an annual salary ranging between $ 20,000 – $ 100,000.
Vince Sims Net Worth
Sims has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million – $5 Million which he has earned through his successful career as an anchor/reporter.
Vince Sims NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth
At NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth, Sims works alongside;
- Rick Mitchell – Chief Meteorologist
- Brian Curtis – Co-anchor
- Kristi Nelson – Reporter/Anchor
- Ben Russell – Reporter
- Ken Kalthoff – Reporter
- Jack Highberger – Reporter
- Don Peritz Jr. – Assignments/Investigative Editor and Researcher
- Melissa Harrison – TV/Radio Journalist
- Diana Zoga – Journalist
- Meredith Yeomans – Reporter
- Meredith Land – Anchor
- Samantha Davies – Meteorologist/Traffic Reporter
- Laura Harris – Journalist
- Newy Scruggs – Sportscaster