Olivia Reiner Biography
Olivia Reiner works at The Philadelphia Inquirer as of now, in September 2021, she began working here as the Flyers Beat Reporter. As a sports multimedia reporter for two years and five months at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel before she worked.
Olivia Reiner Age
Reiner was born in the United States of America. However, she hasn’t shared out details on her exact date and year of birth.
Olivia Reiner Height
Reiner stands at a moderate height of is 5 ft 5 in/1.65 m tall.
Olivia Reiner Family
Reiner grew up in a family of four, however, more details on her parents and siblings are still in the dark, research on this information is ongoing and will be updated soon.
Olivia Reiner Husband
Reiner despite being a public figure has managed to keep details on whether, she’s single, dating, or married away from the public.
Olivia Reiner Education
Reiner completed her high school course in 2014 from Germantown Academy High School and She then received a Bachelor of Science degree in Journalism from Northwestern University. Later she furthered her studies and earned herself a Master of Science degree in journalism from Northwestern University in 2018.
Olivia Reiner Salary
Reiner annually earns a salary of $82,914. This is according to The Philadelphia Inquirer reporters/anchors salaries.
Olivia Reiner Net Worth
Reiner has an estimated net worth is $1 million.
Olivia Reiner Career
Reiner currently works at The Philadelphia Inquirer, she began working here in September 2021 as the Flyers Beat Reporter. As a sports multimedia reporter for two years and five months at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
While here she hosted and produced a Brewers homestand preview show. And also covered Brewers and Bucks before she worked. Reiner also worked for Green Bay Press-Gazette as a Packers Multimedia Reporter from October 2018 to April 2019.
She enrolled in an internship program at various networks while still at the university such as Multimedia Intern for a year. At NBC Sports Group as a Digital/Editorial Intern, from September 2017 to December 2017 at NBC Sports Chicago.
New York Islanders for three years, and as an Editorial at The Players’ Tribune. She also worked at the 2018 Winter Olympics as a Professional Freelancer. In her first job in the journalism sector, she worked as a General Assignment and Sports Reporting Resident for three months at WGEM TV.