Jamie Bittner Biography
Jamie Bittner is a prominent American Award-winning journalist currently working as a national news reporter at Gray Television Washington News Bureau since December 2021. Prior to that, she worked as a news reporter at Fox 43 based in Harrisburg, Pennslyvania.
Jamie Bittner Age
Jamie Bitters was born on April 11, Pennsylvania, United States. However, her exact date of birth is currently under review and will be updated as soon as possible.
Jamie Bittner Height
Jamie stands at a height of 5 feet and 5 inches (Approx.1.65m)
Jamie Bittner Education
She enrolled at Penn State University and graduated with a degree in journalism with minors in political science and history.
Jamie Bittner Family
Jamie was born and brought up in Pennsylvania, the United States by her supportive parents. Unfortunately, information regarding the identities of her parents and siblings is currently under review and will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Jamie Bittner Husband
Due to her secretive character, Jamie prefers keeping her love life details private since no record of her previous relationship is available to the public and media. Therefore, it is unclear if Jamie is single, in a relationship, or married.
Jamie Bittner Salary
She receives an average salary ranging from $45,500 – $125,400 per year.
Jamie Bittner’s Net Worth
Through her extensive career, Jamie has garnered a hefty fortune over the years and has an estimated net worth ranging between $500,000 – $1.5 million.
Jamie Bittner Career
At this present moment, Jamie works as a national news reporter at Gray Television Washington News Bureau. She officially joined the channel back in December 2021. Prior to that, she worked as a news reporter at Fox 43 based in Harrisburg, Pennslyvania.
Jamie commenced her career as an associate producer at FOX43. During her time there, she covered a case now in the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. She also covered a number of national news stories including when she worked as an Executive Producer at Pittsburgh’s WTAE during the disaster of the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting.
Moreover, she was called upon to fly to Florida to cover the Pulse nightclub shooting and the Baltimore riots following the death of Freddie Gray. Her highly-recognized documentary projects were the recipients of several awards and tackled topics such as the oil and gas industry, the passage of the state’s medical marijuana law, and the state of local police coverage.