Lloyd Robertson Height, Weight, Net Worth, Age, Birthday, Wikipedia, Who, Nationality, Biography

Lloyd Robertson, a columnist and commentator of CTV news has an expected total assets of $5 million.

He was the chief anchor and senior supervisor of CTV’s public daily program, CTV News with Lloyd Robertson, until his retirement in September 2011. From 2011 until 2016, he co-facilitated W5.


Robertson is as yet quite possibly of the most unmistakable face in TV news. He burned through 35 years as the Chief Anchor and Senior Editor of CTV National News With Lloyd Robertson, the nation’s most-watched public broadcast.

Name Lloyd Robertson
Age 88
Born January 19, 1934
Birthplace Stratford, Ontario, Canada
Nationality Canadian
Ethnicity England, Scottish
Occupation News anchor
Years active 1952 – present
Father George Henderson Robertson
Mother  Lillie Francis
Spouse(s) Nancy Robertson ​(m. 1956)
Children 4 daughters
Family 7 grandchildren

He is viewed as perhaps of the best writer in North America who is communicating for right around 60 years.

He joined CTV in 1976 and has been Chief Anchor and Senior Editor beginning around 1983.

Robertson has driven Canadians through a portion of history’s most huge occasions all through his recognized profession.

Some of them incorporate 9/11, the Quebec Referendum, 14 Canadian decisions, various U.S. races, the Gulf War, the 50th commemoration of D-Day, nine Olympic Games, imperial weddings, Expo ’86, parliamentary openings, the Terry Fox Run, and some more.

Robertson got the Order of Canada in 1998 and was the principal writer to be drafted into Canada’s Walk of Fame in 2007.

Lloyd Robertson’s Net Worth In 2022 Lloyd Robertson has an expected total assets of more than 5 million bucks starting around 2022. He probably made a fortune all through his almost sixty-year profession as a telecaster.

Total assets In US Dollar $5 Million
Total assets In Pound Sterling £4151100
Total assets In Euro €4921825
Total assets In Japanese Yen ¥668287500
His most memorable public transmission as an anchor was with CBC in 1956. The typical CBC anchorperson’s compensation is presently somewhere in the range of C$44k and C$93k.

Glassdoor reports that a Reporter’s yearly compensation at CBC/Radio-Canada is $73,592.

Likewise, following his disappointment with CBC, he joined the CTV Television organization, where he contributed 35 years of his life.

At CTV, he initially joined as an anchor facilitating CTV National News with Harvey Kirk. He at last turned into the senior proofreader for the CTV National News With Lloyd Robertson.

As an anchor, his assessed compensation on CTV television should be $46K – $60K/yr, and as a senior supervisor, he probably procured between $66K – $70K.

Nonetheless, this pay gauge depends on the ongoing situation, and it might shift during his time. Since it was quite some time in the past.

Lloyd Robertson Career Lloyd Robertson started his telecom vocation at CJCS radio in 1952. He started functioning as an administrator after school on Saturdays, playing 78 rpm records and perusing the news at 12 PM prior to closing down.

He moved on from secondary school and kept on working at CJCS until 1954, when he moved to CJOY in Guelph.

1. CBC Television Robertsomnoind CBC as a staff commentator and labored for a very long time in Winnipeg and two years in Ottawa. In 1956, Robertson went after his most memorable TV position at CBWT-TV in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Until December 25, 1956, when he made his most memorable public transmission, he to a great extent dealt with neighborhood TV.

Following four years in Winnipeg, Robertson tried out for CBOT-TV in Ottawa, Ontario.

He migrated to Toronto following two years to have CBC Weekend in the last part of the 1960s, and afterward anchor of The National from 1970 to 1976. Robertson then, at that point, joined the CTV Television Network in October of that year.

One reason for leaving the CBC he depicted, was that the anchors were restricted to the gig of the host. The association banished them from composing their contents or participating in publication decisions about the news program.

2. CTV Television In October 1976, Lloyd Robertson joined CTV’s News Department to co-anchor The CTV National News with Harvey Kirck. He was named Chief News Anchor and Senior News Editor in 1983.

He set up a good foundation for himself as an expert of essentially every sort of radio/TV news inclusion over his forty years on the air. “What’s more, that is the sort of day it’s been,” became Robertson’signatute close down.

Robertson has likewise been a co-host of CTV’s ongoing undertakings show W5 starting around 2004, exchanging with CTV’s essential end of the week anchor Sandie Rinaldo.

A portion of the features of Robertson with CTV TV include:CTV’s inclusion of the 50th and 60th Anniversaries of D-day, Decision 93, Canada in Question.
CTV’s inclusion of the Gulf War, financial plan statement, political and monetary culminations, illustrious weddings, and Expo ’86 from Vancouver
U.S. official decisions, openings of Parliament, state burial services, Papal visits, Queen Elizabeth II’s Silver Jubilee
inclusion of nine Olympic Games, including Lillehammer (1994), Barcelona (1992), Calgary (1988), Los Angeles and Sarajevo (1984) and Lake Placid (1980)
filled in as co-anchor of CFTO’s yearly Hospital For Sick Children Telethon for quite a long time and as a regular member in ATV’s Christmas Daddies.
Host of his specials on Hong Kong, China, and Great Britain

When Did Lloyd Robertson Retire? Lloyd Robertson resigned from broadcasting and CTV TV on September 1, 2011. Robertson secured CTV News for the last time on September 1, 2011, following 41 years as a public reporter at the CBC and CTV.

He finished the program by thinking back on the things he covered. Like regular fiascoes and imperial weddings, and his experience as a commentator as an exceptional chance to have “a fantastic view to history.”

He additionally applauded his audience for staying with him consistently.

Respects And Achievements
Lloyd Robertson is the longest-serving network commentator in TV history
Television Times Reader’s Choice Awards, Canada’s Favorite News Anchor – 1998 and 1999
Official of the Order of Canada, 1998
Gemini Award, “Best Host, Anchor, or Interviewer” – 1992, 1994, 1997
Scot of the Year Award, The Scottish Studies Society, 1995
1994 Winner of the Toronto Star Reader’s Voice Award for Favorite TV Anchor
Canada’s Walk of Fame in 2007
Privileged (Doctor of Laws) (LL.D) granted by Brandon University – May 31, 2013

Lloyd Robertson Parents Lloyd Robertson was born to his folks, Lillie Francis and George Henderson Robertson in Stratford, Ontario. He is the most youthful among the ten kin.

He has eight stage kin and one brother, Gordon. His mom was the second spouse of his dad.

Robertson’s father worked for the Canadian Pacific Railway, while his mom was a housewife. Robertson is of blended nationality since his dad is of Scottish beginning and his mom was born in England.

Lloyd Robertson’s Married Life Lloyd Roberston is hitched to his secondary school sweetheart, Nancy Barrett, since July 1956. He and his significant other are guardians of four girls (Lisa, Nanci, Susan, and Lynda), and have seven grandchildren.