This is what you need to know about Shannon Mulaire, an American News anchor currently working for NBC’s Boston affiliate WBTS, since April 2016. Before joining WBTS News, Mulaire worked as a reporter & anchor for WTVT in Tampa, Florida.
Shannon Mulaire Age
Details about her date of birth are not available, therefore this information will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Shannon Mulaire Height
Shannon Mulaire Family
Mulaire is a wife to Randy Scott and a parent to three kids. She has credited her family for their love and support however, Little is known about her parents, also there are no details about her siblings, therefore this information will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Shannon Mulaire Husband
is Shannon Mulaire still married? Mulaire is happily married to her husband Randy Scott. The couple is blessed with three kids. The couple is blessed with three kids.
Shannon Mulaire Wedding Ring
She is happily married but she has not shared any information about her wedding ring however when she got married there must be a wedding ring. Information about her wedding ring will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Shannon Mulaire Salary
Mulaire receives an annual salary of between $ 33,774 – $ 112, 519. This is according to NBC News anchors/reporter’s salaries.
Shannon Mulaire Net Worth
Mulaire has an estimated Net Worth of $ 100k – $ 1 million dollars. Her career as a news anchor is her primary source of income.
Shannon Mulaire NBC News
Mulaire is an American News anchor currently working for NBC’s Boston affiliate WBTS, since April 2016. Before joining WBTS News, Mulaire worked as a reporter & anchor for WTVT in Tampa, Florida.
In 2010 she returned home to New England to become the weekend anchor for WFXT in Boston, Massachusetts. In addition to anchoring, she occasionally did the sports reporting as well until Kristine Leahy was brought in & relieved her of that responsibility.
She was also promoted to lead female anchor for their weekday morning news programming. She left FOX 25 in 2014 to focus on her raising her two young children. In April 2016, after a brief stint as an early morning anchor for NBC on Early Today & [MSNBC]]’s First Look, she returned to Boston to become the lead evening news anchor on NBC Boston’s new station which launched in December 2016. She served as an anchor & reporter for the NBC-owned NECN in the interim.