Charles McCord was an American news anchor and on-air radio personality who has a net worth of $5 million. Charles McCord has earned his net worth on the long running radio show Imus in the Morning. McCord spent three decades working beside Don Imus as his right hand man. He was born in 1943, in Joplin, Missouri, his long and successful career has taken place in the metropolitan New York area. His started his radio career in 1963 at a small Springfield, Missouri station called KICK. Next he moved on to the Dallas-Fort Worth Metro-plex at the now-inactive station WFAA. After that he was from on the station WTOP in Washington DC, and finally landed in New York in the early 1970's at WNBC. His position at WNBC was as a news reader, and sidekick to Don Imus, for the Monitor weekend program. Imus and McCord were both retained in 1988 after WNBC went off the air and WFAN signed on. After Imus's departure, McCord continued as news anchor at WFAN for several months. Then he spent 30 years on the air at 660 kHz frequency in New York, after the contract between Imus and WFAN was settled at the end of August McCord left WFAN. He returned to the radio on December 3, 2007, and was reunited with Imus, on the revival of Imus in the Morning. His responsibilities include news reporting and writing comedy material for celebrity impersonators Larry Kenney, and Rob Bartlett. McCord retired on May 6, 2011.
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