Adrienne DiPiazza Bio, Age, Height, Salary, Net Worth FOX 8
Adrienne Dipiazza Biography
Adrienne DiPiazza is a known American journalist who works for FOX 8 as a news reporter and fill-in anchor, she started working here in September 2017. Her passion for journalism started while she was schooling at Penn State University. Prior, she worked for WGHP-TV in Greensboro, North Carolina as a reporter and fill-in anchor.
Adrienne Dipiazza Age
Adrienne Dipiazza was born in Silver Spring, Maryland, in the United States. But she hasnt mentioned out details on her parents and siblings to the media, however, a review on this is going on and will soon be updated.
Adrienne Dipiazza Height
Adrienne stands at a height of 5 ft 6 in/1.68m tall.
Adrienne Dipiazza Education
Adrienne attended and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in journalism with a minor in English and Business at Penn State University in May 2013. While schooling at Penn State University, she worked for WJLA-TV in Washington, D.C., and WTAJ-TV in Altoona as an intern during the spring break.
Adrienne Dipiazza Family
Adrienne’s parents are Paul DiPiazza, and Patricia DiPiazza. She was brought up in Maryland together with her sister, Lilian DiPiazza, a ballet dancer. While growing up, she was involved in ballet, and the swim team, and was also active at school and church.
Adrienne Dipiazza Husband
Adrienne is happily hitched to Matt McTague, they exchanged vows on June 10, 2017. Matt works for Chemicals & Plastics as the Vice President. The duo enjoys hiking and traveling together. The couple stays in Cleveland, Ohio.
Adrienne Dipiazza Salary
Adrienne receives an annual salary of $75,207. This is according to FOX 8 reporter’s salaries.
Adrienne Dipiazza Net Worth
Adrienne’s estimated net worth is $1 million.
Adrienne Dipiazza Career
Adrienne presently works for FOX 8 in Cleveland as a news reporter and fill-in anchor. she started working here in September 2017. Her passion for journalism started while she was schooling at Penn State University. Prior, she worked for WGHP-TV in Greensboro, North Carolina as a reporter and fill-in anchor.
During her time there, she covered the Charlotte Riots, wildfires in Western North Carolina, the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew, and the 2016 presidential campaigns. Her journalism career began at WABI-TV5 as a reporter in Bangor, Maine.
During her tenure there, she reported on car-moose accidents, cold, cold winters, and the lobster industry. In addition, she held the responsibilities for shooting, writing, and editing her own stories while at WABI-TV5. Then she was raised to work as an assignment editor, weekend anchor, and producer.
Also, she worked for the Emmy-award-winning Centre County Report as an executive producer, reporter, and anchor. During her free time she enjoys, hiking, and traveling along with her husband, cooking Italian food, reading, and doing yoga.