Jackie Bange WGN Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth

Jackie Bange WGN

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Jackie Bange WGN


This is what you need to know about Jackie Bange, an award-winning journalist, reporter and weekend anchor for WGN News at Nine. Jackie joined the WGN-TV News team as a reporter in August 1993 and anchored WGN Morning News from January 1995 to October 1995.


Bange was born on September 8, 1961. She is 58 years old as of 2019.


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Bange is a daughter to a news anchor father from Miami, Florida, and Lancaster, Pennsylvania and a weather girl mother from Lancaster, Pennsylvania.


Bange is married to her husband George Strickland and the two are blessed with three children.

Salary and Net Worth

Jackie receives an annual salary approximated to be between $34,905 and $57,415. This is according to a WGN anchor’s salary. She has an approximated net worth of $10K – $100K U.S dollars.


Jackie is a post-baccalaureate degree graduate in Telecommunications from the University of Florida. Jackie’s undergraduate degree was from Florida State University in Management Information Systems.


Before joining WGN-TV news team, Jackie was working at WMAQ-TV in Chicago as a general assignment reporter and weekend anchor. She also served as a reporter and noon anchor for WPEC-TV in West Palm Beach, Florida.

Jackie has reported from exotic international locales, including Paris, France, and Africa. After Hurricane Katrina, she brought Chicagoland “Into the Darkness,” a story profiling two local pilots and their crew who were the first to arrive in New Orleans and help rescue hundreds of stranded residents. “Into the Darkness” won the Illinois Associated Press award: Best Hard News Feature.

Jackie has also won other awards like Best Feature Reporting Emmy in 1999 for her series on attaining the world record for the largest skydive formation. In 2009 she also won the Peter Lisagor Award for Hard News and In-Depth Reporting by helping a widow “get justice” for her husband who was killed by a suspected drunk driver.


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