Janelle Hall Biography

Janelle Hall is an Emmy Award-winning American journalist who co-anchors Action News 4 in Pittsburgh on weeknights at 6 p.m. and 11 p.m.

How old is Janelle Hall? – Age

Oil City is a town in Venango County, Pennsylvania, where she was born. Her true birthday is a mystery.

Where did Janelle Hall go to school? – Education

Janelle graduated from Kent State University with a bachelor’s in broadcast journalism and a minor in criminal justice.

Janelle Hall – Family

Janelle is a dual citizen because she was born in the United States to American parents. She is of Caucasian racial descent. Brea works as a photographer in Cleveland, where she grew up.

Did Janelle Hall have a baby? -Husband

John Meyer is her husband. Austin Meyer is the father of two girls, Addison Elyse, who was born in 2015, and Ashlyn Breanne, who was born in 2017.

Janelle Hall's photo
Janelle Hall’s photo

Janelle Hall Bicycle Accident

In July 2020, she was engaged in a cycling accident. She claimed that seeing her being taken away in an ambulance traumatized her three-year-old child.

Janelle Hall’s Facebook

She has around 71,000 followers.

What is Janelle Salary?

Her salary ranges between $20,000 – $100,000.

Janelle Net Worth

Her net worth is predicted to be $2 million.

Janelle Hall Career

She started working at two radio stations in her hometown when she was sixteen years old. After college, Janelle worked as a reporter in Erie, Pennsylvania, and South Bend, Indiana, as well as an anchor for two Ohio television stations. She joined the WTAE news team in 2004 and hasn’t looked back since. She has received multiple accolades, including an Emmy for feature writing and a national William Randolph Hearst journalism prize.

Janelle is on the Lending Hearts advisory board and is one of the hosts of WTAE’s annual Project Bundle-Up telethon. She’s also worked as an emcee for the American Heart Association, Autism Speaks, and the Muscular Dystrophy Association.

WTAE-TV is a Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania-based ABC-affiliated television station. On virtual channel 4, it airs (UHF digital channel 27). Hearst Television, a New York City-based subsidiary of Hearst Communications, has owned the station since its inception, making it one of two Hearst-owned stations (alongside company flagship WBAL-TV in Baltimore). WTAE’s studios and transmitter are both located in Buena Vista, Pennsylvania, on Ardmore Boulevard (PA 8) in Wilkinsburg’s Wilkinsburg suburb (albeit with a Pittsburgh mailing address).

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