Eric Brill Biography
Eric Brill is a renowned American Journalist. Presently Eric is working at KMVT-TV as a Chief Meteorologist in Twin Falls, Idaho. After he graduated in 2015, he did some freelance work on Long Island and afterward, he acquired a full-time position in Bismarck, North Dakota.
Eric Brill Age
Eric Brill was born on Long Island, New York, and his age is not known to the public because he has not revealed his year, month, and date of birth.
Eric Brill Height
Brill stands at a moderate stature though he has not publicized his exact height.
Eric Brill Family
He was born and nurtured on Long Island, New York by his supportive and protective parents. Eric is not only a well-known journalist but also a reserved person who prefers a private life when it comes to his family and he has not mentioned any details about his siblings and parents thus this information will be updated as soon as Eric does.
Eric Brill Wife
Eric has managed to keep details concerning his marital status away from the limelight despite being a renowned journalist hence these facts will be updated as soon as we glimpse genuine and appropriate information.
Eric Brill Education
He joined Plymouth State University in New Hampshire where he attained a degree in broadcast journalism in 2015.
Eric Brill Salary
Eric receives an annual salary of between $40, 000 to $110, 000 and this is according to KMVT-TV Chief Meteorologists’ salaries.
Eric Brill’s Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of between $1 million – $5 million US dollars and his career at KMVT-TV as a Chief Meteorologist is the primary source of his income.
Eric Brill Career
Presently Eric is working at KMVT-TV as a Chief Meteorologist in Twin Falls, Idaho. After he graduated in 2015, he did some freelance work on Long Island and afterward, he acquired a full-time position in Bismarck, North Dakota. From September 2015 to June 2016, he served in Bismarck at KXMB. While he was working there, he was able to call tornado warnings prior to that of the National Weather Service and encounter wind chill values that were below -50°.
Also, during his time in the Dakotas, he did some reporting though wanted to concentrate on the weather more than anything else. In June 2016 he relocated to Beaumont, Texas due to that desire to primarily report on the weather to serve at KJAC/KBMT.
The opportunity to report on tropical weather was something that attracted him, and in August 2017 he was able to do precisely that when Hurricane Harvey made landfall around 200 miles away from Beaumont, though the storm that wouldn’t go anywhere continued to dump huge amounts of rain within Southeast Texas.
Also, he was able to learn about the challenges of forecasting close to the Gulf of Mexico and he reported on numerous historical snow events (for Southeast Texas standards), severe weather, and tornado outbreaks. When he is not at the station working, he loves attempting skiing and exploring what the given area that he resides in has to offer.