Jillian Hartmann FOX 4 Bio, Age, Husband, Salary and Net Worth

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Jillian Hartmann Biography

This is what you need to know about Jillian Hartmann, an American Television reporter, anchor, and producer at FOX 4 as a morning news reporter. Before joining FOX 4 news team, Hartmann worked at WJAC-TV in Johnstown, Pa. for two years.

Jillian Hartmann Age

Jillian Hartmann was born 1986 and she is about 33 years old.

Jillian Hartmann Husband

Little is known about Hartmann’s love life. Therefore it’s not known whether she is married engaged or dating. This information will be updated as soon as it’s available.

Jillian Hartmann Salary

Hartmann receives an average annual salary of $77210. This is according to the average annual salary of a reporter at FOX 4.

Jillian Hartmann Net Worth

Hartmann’s net worth is still under review.

Jillian Hartmann Early Life and Education

Hartmann grew up in the Wexford area and at a young age, she knew she wanted to be a journalist. After shadowing WPXI news anchors, Peggy Finnegan and David Johnson, Hartmann wanted nothing more than to be a journalist.

Hartmann is a graduate of the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University with a broadcast journalism degree. She interned at WPXI while still in college.

Jillian Hartmann Career

Jillian has worked as a reporter at WJAC-TV in Johnstown, PA for two years. Then, she moved to Florida where she was the morning news reporter at Fox 4 in Fort Myers. She is soo delighted to be back at home, where she’s with her family, friends, and reporting for the news station she grew up watching.

Jillian Hartmann Alligator

Hartmann ones gave a report about Alligators and their mating season. He interviewed Ray the Trapper who was busy catching wildlife and has trapped more than 10 gators in the month of April the year 2019. Ray the Trapper had trapped gators as big as 7 to 8 feet long. “I’ve personally seen a major upswing in the last few weeks. I’ve had calls with gators in front of entry doors, inside garages and swimming pools,” said Ray the Trapper.

He also talked to Melody Kilborn, a public information coordinator for the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, who encouraged people to be extra aware of their surroundings. This is because anywhere there stands water, there is a high potential of an alligator to appear.