Jeff Hullinger Biography
Jeff Hullinger is a well-known American news reporter and anchor serving. At 11Alive television station based in Atlanta, Georgia as a news and sports anchor currently. Hullinger has also been included in the National Academy.
Of Television Arts & Sciences in the Silver Circle of the Southeast Chapter. He serves also serves at WXIA-TV NBC Atlanta. As the station’s weeknight sports at 5, 6,10,11pm weeknight newscasts.
Jeff Hullinger Age
Jeff Hullinger was born in 1958, in the United States. He is 64 years old as of 2022.
Jeff Hullinger Height
He stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 8 inches (Approx 1.73m).
Jeff Hullinger Family
Hullinger was born to his amazing parents in the United States of America. Although, he has not shared any information in the limelight about his parents and siblings.
Jeff Hullinger Wife
Hullinger is a cheerfully hitched news reporter. However, he has not shared the identity of his wife and kids.
Jeff Hullinger Education
Hullinger graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Mass Communications from the University of State-Pueblo.
Jeff Hullinger Salary
Hullinger receives an annual average salary of $78,622 per year, according to 11Alive anchor’s/reporters’ salaries.
Jeff Hullinger Net Worth
He earns an approximate net worth of $3 million and $5 million.
Jeff Hullinger Career
Hullinger is an American anchor and news reporter serving. At 11Alive television station based in Atlanta, Georgia as a news and sports anchor currently. He has also been included in the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.
In the Silver Circle of the Southeast Chapter. Hullinger serves as the station’s weeknight sports at 5, 6,10,11pm weeknight newscasts at WXIA-TV NBC Atlanta. He worked for B98.5 WSB-FM as the morning.
Drive news anchor and drive news on News/Talk 750 WSB Radio before that. Hullinger’s journalism career includes anchoring as a host for CNN’s TalkBack Live. And WAGA-TV, serving and calling games for ESPN, as well as doing play-by-play for the Atlanta Falcons.
He broadcasted live tv during the 1996 Summer Olympic Games in Atlanta for almost 9 hours when the bomb exploded. Hullinger’s career has included CNN television, and Falcons play-by-play.
Afternoon drive news anchor at WSB Radio, and also morning radio. He voiced the program on Atlanta history for public television when the beloved Varsity wanted to do a broadcast.