Blake Hanson Biography
Blake Hanson is a preeminent American journalist presently working as a reporter and weekend evening news anchor at FOX 4 based in Dallas, Texas since July of 2017. He developed his passion for journalism in high school when watching the work of great writers like Bob Dotson, Steve Hartman, and Boyd Huppert.
Blake Hanson Age
Blake Hanson was born on 18th June 1990, in Minnesota, midwestern, United States of America. He is 32 years old.
Blake Hanson Height
He is a man of standard body stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (Approx. 1.7m).
Blake Hanson Family
Blake was born and raised by his hardworking father and dedicated mother in Minnesota, midwestern, United States. Nevertheless, he has not babbled paramount information with respect to her caring parents or if he has any siblings.
Blake Hanson Education
In 2008, Blake enrolled at the University of Missouri-Columbia and graduated in 2012 with a B.J. in Radio-TV Journalism.
Blake Hanson Wife
He is gladly married to his beloved wife named Wylie who is an NBC DFW reporter. The couple exchanged their wedding vows in 2016 at White Rock Lake and are proud parents to a hefty cat “Dakota” and a Dutch Shepherd “Roux”. The lovely family stays in Dallas, Texas.
Blake Hanson Salary
He receives a satisfactory salary of $73,234 per year. This is in accordance with FOX 4 anchors’/reporters’ salaries.
Blake Hanson Net Worth
Blake Hanson has over the years managed to garner a hefty fortune from his successful career in journalism and has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Blake Hanson Career
At this present moment, Blake serves as a reporter and weekend evening news anchor at FOX 4 based in Dallas, Texas since July of 2017. He developed his passion for journalism in high school when watching the work of great writers like Bob Dotson, Steve Hartman, and Boyd Huppert.
He landed his first full-time reporter job at WDSU-TV based in New Orleans where he got bit by the “hard news” bug. Blake reported a power outage that plagued Hurricane Isaac, the federal corruption trial of a former New Orleans Mayor, and a Super Bowl. He went on to serve at WSOC-TV stationed in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Blake’s investigative reporting led to the proposal of new laws which displayed that a county wasted tens of thousands of dollars on a security program never implemented. Blake served as a beat reporter reporting on federal law enforcement and broke many stories on terrorism, Ponzi scheme cases, and espionage.