Alia Blackburn Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth, Fox59Alia Blackburn is a media personality. She works at FOX59 in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States as a reporter. In April 2021, she joined the network where she was previously a weekday morning co-anchor at WTHI-TV in Terre Haute, Indiana Area.
Alia Blackburn Age
She was born in 1991 but her exact age is not known since she has not disclosed any information about her date of birth. She is around 31 years old.
Alia Blackburn Height
Alia Blackburn has a height of 5 feet 6 inches.
Alia Blackburn Nationality
Her nationality is America and she belongs to a mixed ethnicity too.
Alia Blackburn Education
She graduated from Ben Davis High School in 2009, where she found her true passion for television in the school’s BDTV program. She joined Ball State University and also earned Bachelor of Arts degrees in Telecommunications and Journalism in 2013. She became heavily involved within student organizations and media groups during her time at Ball State.
Alia Blackburn Parents
Alia is the lastborn child of Pamela and David Blackburn and she is an active member of her women’s fraternity, Alpha Kappa Alpha too.
She has no relation with Alpha Blackburn, a philanthropist, interior designer and fashion.
Alia Blackburn Husband
Alia is married to her loving husband Aaron. In November 2020, Aaron and Alia live together in Indianapolis where they bought their first house, with their dog Melo after they tied the knot.
Her husband, Aaron celebrates his birthday on August 20.
Alia Blackburn Salary
She has an estimated annual salary ranging between $5,000 to $10,000.
Alia Blackburn Net Worth
Alia has an estimated net worth of around $150,000.
Alia Blackburn FOX59
In April 2021, Alia Blackburn went to FOX59 News team as a reporter/multi-media journalist.
She comes from WTHI-TV, the CBS and FOX affiliate in Terre Haute, Indiana. She served a variety of roles including reporter, weekend anchor and producer for seven years and recently, weekday morning co-anchor.
Alia Blackburn worked on stories that gained local and national interest during her time in Terre Haute. At the prison complex housed in Terre Haute, Alia also served as a media witness to two federal executions. She was named a finalist for a Spectrum Award from the Indiana Broadcasters Association for “Best News Feature” for her work as a reporter in 2017.
Alia enjoys watching her Baltimore Ravens, a lot of coffee and cooking during her leisure time.