Alan Gionet Biography
Alan Gionet is a journalist currently working as an anchor and news reporter in Denver for CBS 4 News station. Before joining CBS, Alan Gionet served as an investigative reporter in Providence, Rhode Island where Alan revealed for non-profits tax breaks. He attended Boston’s Emerson College and received his bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism. Later on, Alan Gionet also joined the University of Massachusetts and Harvard University Extension.
Alan Gionet Age
Alan Gionet was born in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, in the United States, in 1961. He is 61 years old.
Alan Gionet Height
Gionet is 6 ft 2 inches/Approx 1.88 m tall.
Alan Gionet Education
He attended Boston’s Emerson College and received his bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism. Later on, Alan Gionet also joined the University of Massachusetts and Harvard University Extension.
Alan Gionet Family
Despite being a public eye, Alan has managed to keep his life private regarding his family members and siblings. Though, review information concerning his father, mother, and siblings is in progress and will be updated as soon as we have clear details.
Alan Gionet Wife
He is married to his pretty wife, however has not identified her name in public, research information is ongoing and will be updated as soon as confirmed.
Alan Gionet Salary
Gionet Alan earns an annual of $ 65, 250 annually. This is according to CBS 4 News Station anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Alan Gionet Net Worth
Gionet has an estimated net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.
Alan Gionet Career
During his time at CBS4 in the 1990s, Gionet Alan was also the first journalist to report that the firefighters killed on Storm King Mountain and reported concerning the changing weather conditions that put their lives in jeopardy on forest fires and was did not obtain critical information. He also reported and anchored in Grand Rapids, Michigan at t WOOD-TV, when he covered disgraceful conditions in the State’s foster care system resulting in more vigorous implementation on behalf of children.
Before joining CBS4 for the first time in the early 1990s, Alan Gionet served in Providence, Rhode Island as an investigative reporter, where he uncovered non-profits tax breaks. During his time at CBS4 in the 1990s, Alan reported to the first journalist to report that the firefighters killed on Storm King Mountain on forest fires and was also did not acquire censorious information in regards to putting their lives in jeopardy changing weather conditions.