Jack Royer Biography
Jack Royer is a journalist’s weeknight evening co-anchor presently serving as a news reporter. In Birmingham, Alabama reporting 5, 6, and 10 Newscast at CBS 42 News. He was serving in West Alabama at WVUA 23 News.
As a weeknight anchor and news reporter before joining CBS 42 News. Royer joined Mountain Brook High School for his high school diploma after his primary education. He earned a bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism.
From Alabama University later on. Royer began his broadcasting career at WHPH-FM by announcing high school football games when He was still in college.
Jack Royer Age
Jack Royer was born on November 28, in Birmingham, Alabama, in the United States. He is around 48 years old. Jack celebrates his birthday on November 28.
Jack Royer Height
He is 5 ft 7 inches/ Approx 1.7 m tall.
Jack Royer Education
Royer joined Mountain Brook High School for his high school diploma after his primary education. He earned a bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism from Alabama University later on.
When Royer was still in college, he began his broadcasting career. At WHPH-FM by announcing high school football games.
Jack Royer Family
Royer likes to keep his life private regarding his family members and siblings despite being a public figure.
Jack Royer Wife
He has managed to keep his life private concerning his love life. Hence, it’s not known whether She is single, dating, married or divorced.
Jack Royer Salary
Royer earns an annual salary of $40,000 – $ 110,500per year, according to CBS 42 News Station anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Jack Royer’s Net worth
He has an estimated net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.
Jack Royer Career
Royer joined CBS 42 News immediately after leaving at WVUA 23 News. He serves as a news reporter in Birmingham, Alabama reporting 5, 6. And 10 Newscast at CBS 42 News. Royer co-anchors alongside Sherri Jackson.
He has had the Associated Press and recognition from the Alabama Broadcaster’s Association working in Alabama. Royer is a journalist and an Emmy- nominated moreover. He is the Alabama Crimson Tide and a fan of the New York Yankees baseball.