Dana Loesch Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth Podcast
Dana Loesch Biography
Dana Loesch is a famous American radio and TV host. She previously worked as a spokesperson for the National Rifle Association. She was also an early writer and editor at Breitbart News, and she hosted the Dana show on TheBlaze TV from 2014 to 2017.
Also hosts a nationally syndicated radio talk show on weekdays. She has appeared as a guest on Fox News, CNN, CBS, ABC, and HBO, among other networks.
Dana Loesch Age
Dana Loesch was born in Missouri, in the United States on September 28, 1978. She is 43 years old.
Dana Loesch Height
Dana stands at a height of 5 ft 6 in/1.65 m tall.
Dana Loesch Education
Dana went to Fox High School in Arnold, Missouri, where she competed. Later she attended Meramec Community College in St. Louis before transferring to Webster University to pursue a degree in journalism. She was a Democrat who worked on Bill Clinton’s reelection campaign during her time there.
Dana Loesch Family
Dana was raised by her mother, Gale, in a Southern Baptist family. Dana is descended from Cherokees in Georgia who were removed from their land on the Trail of Tears (which she described as “the Trail of Genocide”) and were listed on the Dawes Rolls, as well as an Irish paternal grandmother.
Dana Loesch Husband
Dana is happily married to his caring and supportive husband, music producer Chris Loesch. In the year 2000, the couple married. Dana’s manager was Chris. The couple has two children.
Dana Loesch Salary
Dana annually receives a salary of $87,261.
Dana Loesch Net Worth
Dana’s approximated net worth is $1 million.
Dana Loesch Career
Dana began hosting her radio show in 2008, and it later became a nationally syndicated, daily program, The Dana Show: The Conservative Alternative, on Radio America from St. Louis’ flagship station, KFTK-FM. In July 2008, Dana was named one of the St. Louis Business Journal’s top 30 Under 30.
Dana was named one of the top 50 Most Powerful Mom Bloggers by Nielsen ratings. In October 2010, she was hired as the editor-in-chief of Big Journalism, a conservative website founded by Andrew Breitbart. In February 2011, CNN hired her as a political analyst in preparation for its 2012 election coverage.
In 2009, she co-founded the St. Louis Tea Party with its board president, Bill Hennessy. She left the company in December 2011. She hosts her award-winning, #1 rated daily program from St. Louis’ flagship station, KFTK-FM, and is also heard on stations across the country, including WIBC-FM and Indianapolis.
Her initial brand of young, punk-rock, conservative irreverence found a rapidly expanding multi-media audience. Dana is fearless and feisty without being abrasive or shrill. Dana also connects with younger listeners while appealing to the core talk demo.