Patrick Paolantonio Biography
Patrick Paolantonio is a journalist from the United States who is well-known for his work as an anchor at WISN 12 News. Patrick joined the staff as a television editor in March 2002.
He is currently the co-anchor of the weekday editions of WISN 12 NEWS at 5 p.m. and 10 p.m. Patrick is also a graduate of Northeastern University in Boston, Mass.
Patrick Paolantonio Age
Patrick is 46 years old as of 2020, he was born on December 25, 1974.
Patrick Paolantonio Birthday
Patrick celebrates his birthday on December 25th every year.
Patrick Paolantonio Height and Weight
Patrick stands at an average height with a moderate weight. Information on his other body measurements is currently unavailable at the moment.
Patrick Paolantonio Wife
In Milwaukee, Patrick met his wife. They eventually married after dating for a while. The couple has one child, whom they welcomed in 2019.
Patrick Paolantonio Salary
According to WISN anchor salary, Patrick receives an annual average salary of $85,000.
Patrick Paolantonio Net Worth
Patrick’s net worth is approximated to be ranging between $100,000-$300,000 as of 2021.
Patrick Paolantonio Career
Patrick joined the WISN 12 News staff as a news analyst in March 2002 and is now the co-anchor of the weekday editions of WISN 12 NEWS at 5 p.m. and 10 p.m. He first worked as a co-anchor for WISN’s “12 News This Morning” for 12 years before switching to the night shift in 2015. On the anchor desk this time.
He also traveled the world as a journalist, delivering live coverage of big stories such as the Space Shuttle Columbia crash, Pope Francis’ visit to Congress, and Wisconsin Representative Paul Ryan’s election as House Speaker.
When taping a behind-the-scenes news series with Charlie Gibson, Diane Sawyer, Robin Roberts, and Tony Perkins, he made a national debut on ABC’s “Good Morning America.”
He formerly worked for WOLO-TV, an ABC affiliate in Columbia, South Carolina, as a news anchor, photographer, and, for a few years, a photojournalist. Several groups, including The Associated Press and the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association, have honored his reporting (WBA).