Corey Rholdon Bio, Wiki, Age, Family, Wife, WBRZ, and Net Worth

Corey Rholdon is an American sports reporter who has worked with the ABC affiliate WBRZ-TV in Baton Rouge, Louisiana since August 16, 2021.

Corey Rholdon Biography

Corey Rholdon is an American sports reporter who has worked with the ABC affiliate WBRZ-TV in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United States since August 16, 2021.

Rholdon began his journey in sports in high school when he attended Holy Cross in New Orleans. There, he played and also served as a sports editor.

He has worked as the Hawkeye Headquarters reporter for CBS and Fox Station in the Quad Cities. Rholdon covered the University of Iowa athletics producing three to four packages a week on the Hawkeyes and the Big Ten. He also filled in as the sports anchor producing and hosting a 30-minute sports show.

Corey Rholdon Age

Rholdon was born on December 3, 1996, in New Orleans, La. He is 26 years old as of 2023. He celebrates his birthday on the 3rd of December every year.

Corey Rholdon Height

Rholdon stands at an approximate height of 6 feet.

Corey Rholdon Family

Rholdon was born to Michael and Mary Rholdon in New Orleans. However, he has not yet disclosed further information regarding his parent and siblings.

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Corey Rholdon Wife

Rholdon keeps his personal life very private. He has also not been romantically linked to anyone.

Corey Rholdon Net Worth

Rholdon’s net worth is not yet disclosed. However, he has amassed wealth from his sports reporting career.

Corey Rholdon Salary

Rholdon receives an annual salary that ranges from $37,974 to $63,290 according to the average base salary of a sports reporter in Baton Rouge.

Corey Rholdon Education

Rholdon attended High School at Holy Cross in New Orleans where he played football. After graduating high school, he joined Mississippi College in August 2015 pursuing an undergrad degree until May 2019. He enrolled for the graduate degree in August 2019 and graduated in May 2020.

During his time in Mississippi, he played football and was the sports editor of the Mississippi Collegian. There, he created a weekly show called The Hot Seat where they interviewed the athlete of the week and provided updates on Mississippi College sports. The school also allowed him to hire a team that helped him produce video stories and wrote articles on the school’s athletes and teams.

After he graduated, he was made director of digital media for Mississippi College athletics. He interned at WDSU and Fox 8 in New Orleans. There, he had the opportunity to cover the 2017 Baton Rouge Super Regional, NBA Draft, Manning Passing Academy, and NFL training camp, among others.

Corey Rholdon Career

He started loving sports when he was a kid and began watching WWL in New Orleans to get my LSU, Saints and Pelicans news.

Rholdon began his career in June 2020 joining CBS affiliate WHBF-TV in Rock Island, Illinois. he worked there for one year and three months quitting in August 2021.

Corey Rholdon WBRZ-TV

Rholdon joined WBRZ-TV on August 16, 2021. He works alongside other famous WBRZ-TV anchors and reporters including;

  1. Jacelyn Wheat
  2. Matt Trent
  3. Lauren Hawkins
  4. Katie Easter
  5. Marisa Nuzzo
  6. Falon Brown
  7. Dr. Josh Eachus
  8. Brandi B. Harris
  9. Bess Casserleigh
  10. Keller Watts
  11. Sylvia Weatherspoon
  12. Michael Shingleton
  13. Chris Nakamoto
  14. Brittany Weiss
  15. John Patorek
  16. Taylor Rubach

Corey Rholdon Interest | Hobbies

Adding to his love for football, Rholdon also enjoys playing beach volleyball and also loves cooking great South Louisiana-inspired cuisines.

Corey Rholdon Awards

  • 3X Mississippi College Outstanding Sports Writer (2017, 2018 & 2019.)
  • 2018 Mississippi College Sports Media Student of the Year.
  • 2019 Mississippi College Who’s Who recipient.
  • Recipient of the 2019 Radio People scholarship which is given to a Jackson, Mississippi area student who shows exceptional promise in broadcasting.
  • 2018 WSWA Educational Foundation Scholarship Program Recipient.
  • 2015 Butch Duhe Award. Holy Cross football’s most competitive player.

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