Jennifer Waugh Bio, Age, Height, Family, Husband, Salary, Net worth, WJXT
Jennifer Waugh Biography
This is what you need to know about Jennifer Waugh is an American news anchor. She is known for being the co-anchor of The Morning Show.
Jennifer Waugh Age
Waugh is around 42 years old. She has not revealed any details concerning her birthdate. We will update this information once it is available.
Jennifer Waugh Height
Waugh is a woman of average stature and shape she stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches tall.
Jennifer Waugh Family
Waugh has not revealed any details concerning her family. It is unknown if she has any siblings or parents. We will update this information once it is available.
Jennifer Waugh Husband
Waugh is married and has two children a son and daughter. She has however not revealed any details concerning her love life. We will update this information once it is available.
Jennifer Waugh Salary
Waugh earns an annual salary of $ 89,987 dollars.
Jennifer Waugh Net worth
Waugh has an estimated net worth of $935,748 dollars.
Jennifer Waugh Education
Waugh studied at Boston University’s School of Journalism.
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When WJKS, Channel 17, was the ABC station in Jacksonville, Waugh began working there as an assignment editor. She went on to host WBSG, Channel 21, in Brunswick, Georgia’s nightly newscasts. In 1998, she joined the Channel 4 news team. Before becoming a police beat reporter, she worked as a general assignment reporter. Waugh has covered hundreds of stories for News4jax, including leading the organization’s investigative team for two years and breaking numerous exclusive reports about the arrest and prosecution of three Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office deputies accused with murder and robbery. The murder of Maddie Clifton, an 8-year-old girl, is her most unforgettable story.
Waugh has two Emmy Awards to his name. One was for an hour-long special report commemorating Maddie Clifton’s death, and the other was for Lost At Sea, a documentary about three Jacksonville sailors who survived three days floating in the ocean after their fishing boat capsized. For Lost At Sea, she also received the regional Edward R. Morrow prize.
She was also nominated for an Emmy for her coverage of the Episcopal School shooting, in which the school’s headmaster was fatally shot. Waugh has also covered several of The Local Station’s top breaking news items. She was in Houston at the time of the Space Shuttle Columbia catastrophe. She also tracked down a triple murder suspect in Jacksonville in Mexico, then followed his arrest all the way to Kentucky.
Waugh was elevated to the evening anchor desk in March 2006 after anchoring the weekend newscasts for more than a year. She anchored the 5:30, 6:30, and 11 p.m. newscasts Monday through Friday until June 2013, when she moved to The Morning Show’s co-anchor chair.