Logan Ratick Biography
He is currently working for Newsmax based in Washington and since joining the network in 2020, Logan covered Capitol Hill and traveled across the country. He reported from the U.S. Senate elections in Georgia, the Southern border, and CPAC.
Logan Ratick Age
Logan Ratick has not shared his exact birth details and therefore his age is yet known.
Logan Ratick Height
Logan Ratick is slightly tall and stands at a standard stature. However, he has not shared his exact height measurement.
Logan Ratick Education
Logan graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Broadcast and Digital Journalism from Newhouse School at Syracuse University in May 2017. While there, he hosted sports talk shows for the campus NPR-affiliate radio station, WAER, and postgame shows. He did play-by-play for Syracuse women’s basketball on WJPZ (Z89) and co-hosted a weekly sports talk radio show.
Logan Ratick Parents
Logan was born and raised in Trumbull, Connecticut. However, Logan has not revealed any detail concerning his parents’ identity. We are keeping tabs and we will update the information as soon as it’s available.
Logan Ratick Wife
Despite being a popular journalist, Logan Ratick has not revealed any detail regarding his present or past relationship status. It’s not known whether he is married, engaged, or single.
Logan Ratick Salary
He receives an estimated salary ranging between $60,000 to $100,000 working as a national correspondent for Newsmax based in Washington.
Logan Ratick Net Worth
He has an approximate net worth ranging between $500,000 to $1 million and his career as a journalist is his primary source of wealth.
Logan Ratick Newsmax
He is currently working for Newsmax based in Washington and since joining the network in 2020, Logan covered Capitol Hill and traveled across the country. He reported from the U.S. Senate elections in Georgia, the Southern border, and CPAC. Before, he reported and anchored for WTRF-TV, where he reported on the national politics for SaraACarter.com and covered Joe Biden’s first rally for president in Pittsburgh.
Logan Ratick debuted his career as a journalist at The Idaho Falls Chukars where he was the Director of Broadcasting and Media Relations as a national correspondent.
Before, he was a play-by-play broadcaster for the LeMoyne College Dolphins baseball team, (Cape Cod Baseball League) Syracuse Jr. Chiefs (NYCBL), and the Orleans Firebirds.