Vic Micolucci Bio, Age, Height, Family, Wife, Salary, Net worth, WJXT
Vic Micolucci Biography
This is what you need to know about Vic Micolucci is an American news anchor. He is known for anchoring The Morning Show Monday through Friday at 8 and 9 a.m.
Vic Micolucci Age
Micoulucci was born on 22nd January 1988. He is currently 33 years old as of 2021. Micolucci celebrates his birthday on January 22nd of every year.
Vic Micolucci Height
Micolucci is a man of average stature and shape he stands at a height of 6 feet 1 inch tall.
Vic Micolucci Family
Micolucci was born to Viktor Micolucci and Jeanne his mother. He has two siblings his brother Mark whose a doctor and Kristin.
Vic Micolucci Wife
Micolucci has kept matters concerning her love life private from the public eye. It is unknown if he is married or dating someone. We will update this information once it is available.
Vic Micolucci Salary
Micolucci earns an annual salary of $64,538 dollars.
Vic Micolucci Net worth
Micolucci has an estimated net worth $737,271. dollars.
Vic Micolucci Education
Micolucci studied at the University of Florida’s College of Journalism and Communications.
Vic Micolucci WJXT
Micolucci works for News4Jax as a news anchor and investigative reporter. Monday through Friday, he anchors “The Morning Show” at 8 and 9 a.m. and reports from the field in the afternoons. He writes about law enforcement, public safety, governance, and the arts. Three Suncoast Emmy awards, a national William Hearst Award, two Edward R. Murrow honors, and a dozen Associated Press awards have all been given to his work.
Micolucci’s most famous reports include Hurricanes Hermine, Matthew, Irma, and Michael, which caused major devastation to Florida and were voted “Jacksonville’s Best Investigative Reporter” by Folio Weekly and “#1 Newscaster in the 904” by Void Magazine. He covered Hurricane Harvey live from Houston, spent more than a week in Puerto Rico following Hurricane Maria, and made four journeys to the island.
Micolucci has covered four presidential elections, as well as the Gators’ 2009 national championship run and the Super Bowl in Miami in 2010. He traveled to London to join the Jaguars as they made their European debut. Prior to the air show in 2017, he flew with the Blue Angels in an FA-18 Super Hornet, breaking the sound barrier and pulling 7.3Gs. From Sanford, he covered the George Zimmerman trial.
Micolucci has worked on missions with dozens of local, state, and federal agencies, including the FBI, Department of Homeland Security, Drug Enforcement Administration, United States Navy, United States Marine Corps, National Guard, Florida Highway Patrol, Forest Service, and United States Coast Guard. Road safety, child exploitation and trafficking, mental health, and police-community relations have all been topics of his reporting. Good Morning America, 20/20, Nightline, NPR’s Morning Edition, BBC’s World News, ESPN, HBO, Netflix, the Associated Press, TMZ, CNN, and even The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon have all had Micolucci file special stories and offer live coverage. He is now the Florida Association of Broadcast Journalists’ vice president.
In 2010, he became an assignment editor and mobile journalist for WJXT. Micolucci worked as a reporter, producer, and photographer for ABC News “On Campus” in Gainesville, as sports director for WUFT-TV (PBS), and as a reporter and host for WUFT-FM before joining The Local Station (NPR). During his undergraduate summers, he interned at Channel 4 and the Florida Times-Union.