Ed Harding made his recognition as the principal anchor on WCVB-TV based in Boston. He is currently co-anchoring the 4,6, and 11 pm editions of NewsCenter 5. The Massachusetts native journalist Ed is married to his wife Andrea Harding. Here, get to know about his married life with her.
Ed is especially recognized for his news presenting style and with it, he gained millions of fans and earned a good amount of money as well. Apart from his professional life, people are always keen to know his personal life.
Despite being a journalist, Ed managed to keep his personal life far from the public for such a long time. The 64-year-old TV journalist after pursuing a career in the late seventies spent his almost forty years in the journalism, but until the time he has only unveiled others personal life leaving his own behind the curtain. But today we're trying to unveil his personal life and relation with his wife and children.
The WCVB-TV news anchor Ed Harding, Source: wcvbcreative.com
None of the sites mentioned when the news anchor married his wife Andrea but upon seeing his children, we can predict the couple is sharing their married life for over 25 years. Their happy married relation is also blessed with two children.
Ed Harding with his wife Andrea Harding, Source: patch.com
Like a famous proverb like father like son, Ed's son Adam Harding also followed his footsteps as he is also serving as an anchor. Adam began his job during 2008 after completing his graduation from Emerson Colleg. In 2010, Ed told he dreamed of the day when his son would say 'Now back to you, Dad.'
His dream seemed to come true within few years as his son landed in the WMUR-TV, a sister network of the WCVB-TV. However, after working with the network for a few years, he got a transfer to the WGCL-TV, based in Atlanta.
The Newton-born American TV journalist Ed graduated from the Emerson College in Boston in 1975. He pursued his career soon after completing his graduation. However, in the early seventies, he worked as a reporter in Minnesota and Plattsburgh, New York.
He gave his full time to his career after graduation and started working with the WDSU in New Orleans until 1978. Before he landed in Boston, he worked at WISH-TV in Indianapolis and hosted programming on the Indianapolis Colts. Later on, in 1988, he joined the WCVB network as a weekend sports anchor and Candlepin bowling host.
Ed Harding, Source: ilovenewton.com
Before he landed in Boston, he worked at WISH-TV in Indianapolis and hosted programming on the Indianapolis Colts. Later on, in 1988, he joined the WCVB network as a weekend sports anchor and Candlepin bowling host.
Moreover, in October 2009, he was appointed as a co-moderator with political reporter Janet Wu for the WCVB-TV Sunday morning political program, On the Record.