Elizabeth Humston Biography
Elizabeth Humston is an American journalist presently working as a news producer at KREM 2. In June 2020, she joined KREM 2 as the nightside producer.
Elizabeth Humston Age
Elizabeth Humston is so secretive when it comes to personal matters hence she has not shared her age and year of birth in the limelight.
Elizabeth Humston Height
Humston stands at a moderate height. Although she has not disclosed her exact height and other body measurements like bra size to the media.
Elizabeth Humston Family
Humston has managed to her personal matters away from the limelight. Hence no information about her parents and siblings in the media.
Elizabeth Humston Husband
Humston has not shared any detail about her love life.
Elizabeth Humston Children
Humston has not disclosed to the media on whether she has any kids.
Elizabeth Humston Education
She earned a Bachelor of Arts in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Arizona. As well as minors in Business Administration and Pre-Law. Humston worked as a producing intern at KVOA in Tucson, Arizona, for two years before moving to the lovely Inland Northwest prior to. She was also the Executive Producer for Arizona Cat’s Eye, a University of Arizona capstone project.
Elizabeth Humston Salary
Humston receives an annual salary of $76,350 per year, according to the KREM producer’s salary.
Elizabeth Humston Worth
Humston ranges between $1 Million – $5 Million US dollars.
Elizabeth Humston Career
Humston was the lead reporter and anchor for UATV, a weekly newscast produced by University of Alberta students prior to that. KREM is a CBS-affiliated television station licensed to Spokane, Washington.
And also serving Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Tegna Inc. owns the station as part of a duopoly with CW affiliate KSKN (channel 22). The two stations share studios on Spokane’s South Regal Street; KREM’s transmitter is on Krell Hill, southeast of the city.
The station can be seen in high definition on Comcast Xfinity channel 102 in the Spokane area. Charter Spectrum channel 1209 in the Coeur d’Alene area and the Palouse, and Dish Network. And DirecTV channel 2 (in both standard and high definition).
The station is also carried on cable systems in Calgary and Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Which are twice as large as KREM’s American coverage area. Stations in Calgary and Edmonton broadcast American shows on Pacific Time, despite the fact that both cities are on Mountain Time as a result.
It is one of five local Spokane area television stations that can be seen across Canada via the Shaw Direct satellite service. It is also available on local cable systems in eastern British Columbia.