Richard Allyn Biography
Allyn is an American news journalist presently working for CBS 8 KFMB-TV in San Diego, California as a general assignment reporter. Raised in San Diego’s North County, being on local TV news has always been his dream, one that started early.
Richard began studies at prestigious Yale University which led to Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism after graduating from Vista High School,
Richard Allyn Age
Richard Allyn has not shared his age, birthday, date, day, and year of birth with the media.
Richard Allyn Height
Richard stands at a height of approximately 5 feet 8 inches (1.73 m).
Richard Allyn Family
Allyn was raised in San Diego’s North County by his caring parents. However, he has not shared much about his parents and siblings with the public.
Richard Allyn Wife
Allyn has not shared his love life in the limelight.
Richard Allyn Children
Allyn has not disclosed where he has any kids.
Richard Allyn Education
Allyn began studies at prestigious Yale University which led to Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism after graduating from Vista High School.
Richard Allyn Salary
Allyn receives an annual salary of $71,830/yr, according to the KFMB-TV reporter’s salary
Richard Allyn Net Worth
Allyn earns an approximate net worth that ranges from $100-$1 million US dollars.
Richard Allyn Career
Allyn made sure to get a jump start on his career as a staff newspaper reporter. In Brooklyn, New York while pursuing his education. But his heart was in television news so when a spot at New York City’s ABC News opened, he made the switch to TV.
Allyn discovered a knack for investigative reporting after making his way up from news desk assistant to associate producer. He moved onto WBOY-TV in West Virginia, where he wrote, produced. And edited his own news pieces for air eager to put his skills to the test.
Allyn got a new job in Alabama at Mobile’s WPMI-TV after a few years. His switch to the Gulf Coast proved to be important; it was there he gained recognition covering Hurricanes Ivan and Katrina. Four years into the job, San Diego came calling and he made the journey back home in January 2008.