Bruce Johnson was an American TV news anchorman and reporter for WUSA 9 (CBS) TV in Washington, D.C. Before joining WUSA 9 (CBS) TV, he began his career at WCPO-TV in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Bruce resigned from WUSA 9 (CBS) TV after serving forty-four years as an anchor and reporter. His journalism career won him twenty-two Emmys, including the prestigious Ted Yates Award which is awarded only with a unanimous vote of The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) Board of Governors.
With regards to the Hall of Fame, he was inducted into the Society of Professional Journalists Hall of Fame (SPJ), the NATAS Silver Circle, and the Washington DC Hall of Fame.
Bruce’s tasks for WUSA9-TV have taken him everywhere, including Moscow, Paris, Stockholm, Rome, Budapest, Bangkok, Tokyo, Dakar, Port-au-Prince, Beijing, Shanghai, and most as of late, Cuba.
Bruce began work at WCPO-TV in Cincinnati while still an undergrad in Political Science at Northern Kentucky University.
Northern Kentucky University has since granted him an honorary doctorate degree.
He was from the National Press Club, The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ), and a lifetime individual from the Kappa Alpha Psi crew.
Before his demise, Johnson was an avid cyclist who lived in Washington D.C.
Bruce Johnson Children: Meet Kurshanna, Brandon and Carolyn
Bruce Johnson and his wife, Lori have three children namely Kurshanna Johnson, Brandon Johnson, and Carolyn Johnson.
Despite the fact that their father, Bruce Johnson was popular, Brandon, Kurshanna, and Carolyn prefers to be out of the limelight.
The personal activities of the three adult children are yet to be revealed.