Chris Stigall Biography
Chris Stigall is an American talk show host, columnist, and television correspondent. He was the host of the WPHT Morning Show in the Philadelphia market. Stigall has also hosted The KCMO (AM) Morning Show in the Kansas City market from 2006 to 2010.
He has filed in for nationally syndicated hosts Michael Savage, Rusty Humphries, Lou Dobbs, Fred Thompson, Jerry Doyle, and Steve Malzberg. Stigall has also been a contributor to Andrew Breitbart’s website BigHollywood, Philly Magazine, American Spectator, and the Platte County Landmark.
Stigall attended Northwest Missouri State University. While in college, he studied comedy writing and television production as an intern with “Late Show with David Letterman” in New York. He has also served as a representative and press assistant to U.S. Congressman Sam Graves (MO-06) as well as working in Kansas City radio since 1999.
He was selected as the master of ceremonies at the Mayor’s Christmas Tree lighting ceremony in 2009. He made an appearance at a fundraiser to raise money for the Ronald McDonald House of Philadelphia and Delaware in 2012.
Stigall has helped find homes for over 100 shelter animals through his weekly on-air segment “The Piazza Pet of the Week through a partnership with the Pennsylvania SPCA and the Piazza Auto Group.
Chris Stigall Age
Stigall was born on January 5, 1977, in Richmond, Missouri, U.S. He is 42 years old as of 2019.
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WPHT in Philadelphia announced on November 18, 2010, that Chris will be anchoring its morning show focused on “local and national policy, the economy, the biggest news stories, and issues that affect all Philadelphians, coupled with interviews of the day’s news and decision-makers.”
Chris and WPHT ended their broadcast partnership on March 6, 2019, after 8-plus years, according to insiders the “split wasn’t unpleasant.”
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He went on to launch a podcast version of his previous radio show featuring his former co-host Paige Powers.
Chris Stigall Sharyl Attkisson
Chris conducted an interview on May 25, 2013, with Sharyl Attkisson and inquired if she suspected her computer of being hacked as a part of the 2013 Department of Justice investigations of reporters. Attkisson responded that her personal and work computers had been compromised and were under investigation.
She also responded, “I think there could be some relationship between these types of things and what happened to me,” adding that “something suspicious had been happening since.” He then had a media clash with Erik Wemple from The Washington Post.
Before the release of Attkisson’s book, Wemple had criticized her for “ladling out hints and half-assertions about the violations of her computers, as she was apparently holding back details that could assist the public in determining just who was responsible for them.” In her book, Stonewalled which was published in 2014, she chronicled her on-air exchange with Stigall and revealed that it was an unexpected encounter for her that became a national news story.
Chris Stigall Salary
Being a highly sought-after radio talk host, Stigall is believed to receive a good amount salary which is not yet revealed.
Chris Stigall’s Net Worth
Stigall has acquired much wealth from his wide journalism career but the amount is not yet revealed.