Biography of Aaron Farrar
Aaron Farrar is a prominent American journalist who currently works as a weekend morning reporter for News4Jax. Previously, he worked as a morning news reporter and lead anchor at WFXR in Roanoke, Virginia for one year. Prior to that, Aaron worked as a media reporter at WTVC in Chattanooga, Tennessee for two years.
Aaron Farrar Age
Aaron Farrar was born in Paterson and Clifton, New Jersey, United States of America. However, he has not shared his exact date, month or year of birth. Therefore, the public is currently unaware of his exact age.
Aaron Farrar Family
Aaron was born to his hardworking and supportive father and mother in Paterson and Clifton, New Jersey, United States. However, he did not share details about his parents or if he has any siblings.
Height Aaron Farrar
Aaron is 5 feet 8 inches tall (about 1.73 m).
Husband Aaron Farrar
Despite his publicity, it is currently unclear whether Aaron is married, in a relationship or single. He has not disclosed details about this segment. More information is under consideration and will be updated as soon as it is clear.
Aaron Farrar Training
He attended Rutgers University and graduated with a BA in journalism and media studies with a concentration in sports journalism and a minor in music in May 2015. He served as a camera operator for the Big Ten Student U program as a student at RU and a beat reporter of Rutgers Athletics with RVision, a segment producer on the RU-TV Network. Additionally, Aaron worked as an intern for Sportsnet New York, News 12 New Jersey and WABC-TV Eyewitness News.
Aaron Farrar salary
He has a decent salary ranging between $45,200 and $120,500 per year.
Aaron Farrar Net Worth
Through hard work, Aaron has managed to amass decent wealth over the years and has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Aaron Farrar Career
Aaron currently works as the weekend morning reporter for News4Jax. Previously, he worked as a morning news reporter and lead anchor at WFXR in Roanoke, Virginia for a year. Prior to that, Aaron worked as a media reporter at WTVC in Chattanooga, Tennessee for two years.
While living in the Volunteer State, he won multiple honors from the Associated Press for his work. In 2018, Aaron was named the best television reporter by the AP. Additionally, he worked for WTAP in Parkersburg, West Virginia from 2015 to 2018.
Before spending more than two years as a weekend sports anchor and reporter, Aaron spent his first months as a media reporter in the Mountain State. During his tenure, he was honored by the Ohio Associated Press for his best sports article about a young basketball player participating in a national free throw contest.
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