John Hendricks Biography | Wiki
John Hendricks is an American Emmy-nominated journalist, anchor, and reporter currently serving as a reporter at FOX 12 since July 2016. He also served as a multimedia reporter for KXLY-TV in Spokane. He was honored for his work as a visual journalist in 2015 and 2016 by NATAS Northwest with two area Emmy appointments as a video journalist.
John Hendricks Age
John was born in Salem, Oregon, United States of America. However, information regarding when he was born and celebrates his birthday is not available.
John Hendricks Height
Hendricks stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches (1.75 m).
John Hendricks Family | Parents | Siblings
John was born in Salem, Oregon, and grew up in Sublimity, a small farming town. However, details on his parents and siblings are not yet available. This will be updated as soon as possible.
John Hendricks Wife
Hendricks is a married man to his lovely wife but little is known about his wife. Unlike his career, he has managed to keep his personal life away from the limelight. When not working likes to spend time with his family.
John Hendricks Salary
As a reporter for KPTV FOX 12, Hendricks receives an annual salary of $75,258 per year. However, the exact amount of salary that he receives from his job is not yet available.
John Hendricks Net Worth
Hendricks has a net worth of approximately $ 1million. His service as an anchor, Journalist, and reporter is mainly his source of income.
John Hendricks KPTV FOX 12
Hendricks is an Emmy-designated columnist and a local Oregon who joined the FOX 12 team in July 2016. John began his career in the fall of 2009 in Bend, Oregon, at KTVZ, where he served as a morning producer before becoming a night-time reporter. While in Bend, he covered everything from the devastating blizzards to the rapidly spreading fires.
In June 2014, John moved to Spokane, where he served as a multi-media reporter for KXLY-TV. During his time there, he covered the summers that followed, destroying fiery flashes in focal Washington and a memorable November windstorm that left thousands without electricity for a long time in East Washington.
In 2015 and 2016, John was deemed a multi-media writer by NATAS Northwest with two provincial Emmy picks as a video columnist. In the fall of 2013, John was named Fellow of the RIAS Berlin Commission Trade Program for American Journalists by RTDNF. He went to Berlin, Eurfort, Frankfurt, and Brussels to research news, legislative and cultural issues.
Prior to the beginning of his vocation in television news, John focused on Digital Media Communications at Oregon State University (Go BEAVS!), where he had been respected for two years as a public finalist by College Broadcasters Inc. for reporting. He was also respected by the Oregon Association of Broadcasters for ‘Best Photography’ and ‘Best Reporting.’