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Julie Haener Bio, Age, Family, KTVU, Husband, Salary, Net Worth

Julie Haener

Julie Haener

Julie Haener Biography

Julie Haener is an American journalist currently working at KTVU-TV as an evening news anchor. Julie’s interest in journalism was inspired by a sports caster who was their family friend.

She became more interested when he invited her and her mother to watch the evening news. After her graduation, she desperately wanted to work and started her first job in Yakima, Washington DC.

Julie worked for 12 hours everyday, shooting, writing, and editing her own stories as a one-woman band reporter. Later, she found her next job in Fresno, California. Here she worked for KJEO-TV as a weekly news anchor and health reporter.

She was then offered a job at KIRO-TV in Seattle during her honeymoon. Julie was to work as a morning anchor on weekdays. After two years, she left KIRO-TV for KTVU where he was promoted to be a weekend anchor.

Since then, she has won 7 Emmy awards. Julie attended Bellarmine High School in Tacoma. She later received her degree in journalism from the University of Washington.

Julie Haener Age

Haener was born on August 11, 1967. She was born in Tacoma, Washington. As of 2021, Julie is 54 years old. Julie is an American by nationality and of white ethnicity.

Julie Haener Family

Richard Joseph and Sandra Lee Haener are the parents of Julie. She has three siblings, two sisters and a brother. Tracy Haener and Kathleen Haener are the sisters and Eric Haener is the brother.

Julie Haener Husband

Haener is married to Ryan. They got married on 12th March 1995. Together the couple share two sons, Jake and Kyle. The two met at KJEO-TV where Julie worked as a weeknight news anchor and health reporter and Ryan worked in the health care industry.

Julie Haener Salary

Haener receives a salary of $96k annually.

Julie Haener’s Net Worth

Journalism being her primary source of income, she has an estimate net worth of $2 million dollars as of 2022.

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