Otis Livingston Biography, Wiki, Career, Age, Family, and Net Worth

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Otis Livingston is the esteemed weekday sports anchor for CBS New York. Since joining WCBS-TV in 2009, he has become a multiple Emmy Award-winning journalist known for his exceptional sports coverage.

Otis Livingston Biography

Before joining CBS New York, Otis held the role of sports anchor for NBC4’s “Today in New York.” Throughout his career, he has reported on prestigious sporting events including the NBA Finals, the Stanley Cup Finals, the World Series, the U.S. Open Tennis Championship, two U.S. Open Golf Championships, the Triple Crown races in horse racing, and the New York City Marathon.

In 2004, Otis had the honor of carrying the Olympic torch through Harlem as part of its world tour leading up to the Summer Olympics in Athens. Later that summer, he served as a studio host and field reporter for NBC’s coverage of the Athens Games. In 2006, he continued his Olympic coverage as a field reporter for the Torino Olympics. Additionally, Otis has served as a sideline reporter for the New York Giants’ pre-season games.

Prior to his role at WCBS-TV, Otis served as the weekend sports anchor and weekday sports reporter for WWOR-TV. During his time there, he hosted “Sports Team Wrap-Up,” a 15-minute sports extra show on Sunday nights. Before that, he worked as a weekend sports anchor/reporter at WPHL-TV in Philadelphia, where he hosted “Sunday Sports Express,” a half-hour sports wrap-up show. He even had the opportunity to co-host the weekly show with Eagles Head Coach Ray Rhodes. Otis began his career as a weekend sports anchor/reporter at WTVO-TV in Rockford, Illinois.

In addition to his dedication to sports journalism, Otis is actively involved in various organizations. He serves on the board of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Philadelphia chapter, and is also a board member of the New Jersey Music Workshop for the Arts.

Otis holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Telecommunications from the University of Idaho. Notably, he was also a member of the 1988 Kansas University basketball team that secured the national title.

Outside of his professional achievements, Otis finds joy in his personal life, residing in New Jersey with his wife and five children.