Brad Douglass Bio, Age, Height, Family, Wife, Salary, WBBJ

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Brad Douglass Biography

Brad Douglass is an American journalist who anchors WBBJ’s 7 Eyewitness News at 5:30, 6, and 10. He began working at the station in April 1994 as a weekend weather anchor. He has been at the station for almost 25 years.

Brad Douglass Age

Douglass was born in Brownsville, Tennessee, but prefers to keep his personal life secret, thus he has not yet revealed the year or month he was born. Details as to when he celebrates his birthday are not made public. However, he could be in his 50s.

Brad Douglass Height

Douglass stands around 5 feet and 7 inches tall.

Brad Douglass Education

After graduating from high school, Douglass enrolled at Union University. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications, with an emphasis on radio and television, in 1986.

Brad Douglass Family

Douglass has managed to keep his personal life out of the spotlight, thus he has not revealed any details about his parents. It is also unclear whether Douglass has any siblings

Brad Douglass Wife

Douglass is married to Lorrie, but he has kept details about her private; nonetheless, we will update this information whenever it becomes public.

Brad Douglass Salary

Brad Douglass’ annual pay ranges from $40,000 to $110,500.

Brad Douglass’s Net Worth

Brad Douglass’ net worth is reported to be between $1 million and $5 million, obtained through his journalism career.

Brad Douglass Career

Douglass works as an anchor for WBBJ’s 7 Eyewitness News at 5:30, 6, and 10. He has been at the station for almost 25 years. He began his career at the station in 1994 as a weekend weather anchor. When WBBJ’s news department expanded in 1996, he began working there as an anchor and reporter for Live at 5 and Eyewitness News at 10.

Douglass began his broadcasting career in Jackson in 1983, working as an on-air personality for WDXI-AM. There, he met Tom Britt, his future colleague at 7 Eyewitness News. He worked in radio for a decade, including stops at several stations in West Tennessee. Notably, he worked for WZDQ-FM in Jackson, where he met his future 7 Eyewitness News colleague, Gary Pickens.

Throughout his career, he has co-hosted telethons for the West Tennessee Cerebral Palsy Center, the Children’s Miracle Network, and the Circles of Hope. He believes that journalists’ job is to inform, brief, and, in certain situations, entertain their audience. He does, however, state that it is up to the viewers to determine how they feel about the issue at hand.


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