Peter Zampa Bio, Age, Height, Family, Wife, Children, Gray Television, Salary and Net Worth
Peter Zampa Biography
Peter Zampa is an American journalist currently working as Washington correspondent for 115 Gray television stations across the country reporting on Congress, the White House, the Supreme Court, and elections. He joined the Gray Television Washington News Bureau in June 2015 as a multimedia journalist, and prior to joining the station he was a broadcast manager at The BU Buzz Magazine since September 2014 for about 9 months.
Peter Zampa Age
It is clear that Zampa was born in the United States and calls California home, but the Bay Area is far from the place he’s lived. However, his actual date of birth remains unknown to the public for one reason or the other. Could it be he likes to keep his age private? By the look, he seems to be around 45 years old as of 2023.
Peter Zampa Height
Zampa stands at a height of 1.71m, and his weight is about 72kg.
Peter Zampa Family
Raised in California, Zampa has not disclosed his family members, parents, and siblings. Mostly because he does not necessarily find this information useful to the public. We will keep you posted should this information be available.
Peter Zampa Wife
It seems Zampa has not yet revealed who his life partner is, or perhaps, he has not yet found the love of his life. We will keep tabs and update you soon as he also has no past record of having any children or possibly has just maintained a low profile.
Peter Zampa Career
Represented by the NWT Group, Zampa graduated from Boston University with a Bachelor of Science in Broadcast Journalism and a minor in International Relations in 2015. Moreover, he was a member of Boston University Television (butv10), WTBU Radio Station, OffSides (butv10), and Boston University Baseball. In Singapore for about 4 months since May 2012, he was a production intern at ESPN STAR Sports writing scripts and creating videos for internationally reonwed sports TV shows. Peter did it for shows such as SportsCenter, ESPNEWS, and Score Tonight and as well voiced script for ESPNEWS. Subsequently, most of Zampa’s productions went out to 24 countries across Asia.
Moving to San Francisco Bay Area in May 2013, Peter interned at Comcast SportsNet Bay Area for 4 months logging live sports events and interviews of atheletes and coaches. Additionally, he presented a live mock show as an anchor for sport news show SportsNet Central and wrote highlights for news shows. Zampa has also attended live events and helped with production of pre-post game shows. For 11 months in Greater Boston Area, Peter was a sports editor at The BU Buzz Magazine where he edited and wrote profile-style pieces on Boston University students, coaches and teams both BU and professional. He started editing on the ground floor of the sports section when the changed BU Buzz added a sports section holding a re-launch campaign.
Zampa was an intern at ZoneOneRadio in London, United Kingdom for 3 months since February 2014 writing, producing and presenting a weekly hour and ten minute long show on British sport from an American perspective. Moreover, he touched on professional sports news while incorporating a grassroots angle. Peter as well interviewed reonwned sports journalists from The Guardian and BBC providing inside reports into the British sporting world. Likewise, he as well gone in the field interviweing local teams and participating in practices. From June 2014 to August 2014, Zampa was a news intern at WHDH-TV in Greater Boston Area and an Off Side’s reporter and host at butv10 for 3 years and 9 months since September 2011 making reports and analysis on various sports.
Additionally, he reported and analyzed the American college sports, American professional sports, and international professional sports debating on the present sporting world with other reporters. At WTBU in October 2012 for 2 years and 8 months, Zampa was a sports co-host for Breakfast discussing the world of sports with about two to three other guests in a debate-style format. Moreover, WTBU was named 2012 College Music Journal College Radio Station of the Year. Before joining the Gray Television, Peter produced and presented a weekly segment, The Weekly Buzz highlighting the happenings at Boston University and the Boston city in general. Singapore, Jakarta, London, and Boston round out the list of where he enjoyed newsroom experience. When he is not working, Peter can be found tuning into a boring daytime baseball game. At Gray TV here are some of the journalists Zampa works alongside and some he might even know: