Brendan Kirby Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth, Fox 10

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Brendan Kirby Biography

Brendan Kirby currently works for Fox 10 WALA- a TV news based in the Mobile Alabama, area and he is an American Journalist. He joined the station in the year 2019 from East Providence, Rhode Island’s WPRI-TV CBS news. From Rhode Island College, he received a Bachelor of Arts in mass communication. Kirby served as the Rhode Show’s co-host as well.

Every day from Monday through Friday, he co-hosted The Rhode Show. Kirby received a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication from Rhode Island College. He had previously worked for the newspapers Mobile Press-Register and He has also covered politics for the national news website for three good years.

The book he is currently reading is Wicked Chronicles and the Villains and Notorious Events of the Port City’s 300-year-old History. Kirby enjoys traveling history and sports.

Brendan Kirby Age

Kirby is an American citizen who was born and reared there. Information about his actual age and birthday is not currently available.

Brendan Kirby Height

Kirby’s height is 5 feet 9 inches tall

Brendan Kirby Education

From Rhode Island College, he received a Bachelor of Arts in mass communication.

Brendan Kirby Family

Currently, Kirby resides in the United States of America. It is not known if he has any siblings and details of his parents are not available in the media.

Brendan Kirby  Wife

Information acquired in 2021 indicates that Kirby is married, but his wife’s name is unknown. He has two kids, but there is no information in the public about them.

Brendan Kirby Salary

Kirby makes between $32,000 and $79,000 per year as an investigative reporter for Fox 10 News’ WALA-TV.

Brendan Kirby Networth

He pockets around  $700,000 to $1 Million as of 2021 as his net worth. Estimates are based on her experience working as a journalist.

Brendan Kirby Reports On the final approval to the settlement of Mobile County jail harassment suit

On Tuesday, September 5, 2023, a federal judge gave final approval to a settlement that put an end to a complaint that claimed the Mobile County Sheriff’s Office had ignored inmate sexual harassment of female corrections agents.

Twelve current and former employees who made the first complaint, together with other “similarly situated women,” will receive $2.02 million from the Sheriff’s Office.

The settlement received provisional approval from U.S. District Judge Kristi DuBose in May. However, she was confronted with complaints from both present and former workers who were left out of the settlement because they left the Sheriff’s Office before 2011 or because they were supervisors.

The settlement was accepted in its entirety by the judge on Tuesday.

The one oral objection and the seven written ones, according to DuBose, “do not provide sufficient grounds to amend the Court’s preliminary approval of the Settlement Agreement and are overruled.”

The judge stated in his ruling that the conditions of the settlement, which include the plaintiff’s attorneys’ legal costs, are “fair, adequate, and reasonable resolutions of the issues and is not the result of collusion among the parties.”

The lawsuit claimed that staff members at the Mobile County Metro Jail did not do enough to prevent inmates from exposing themselves to female jail officers, making obscene gestures, and yelling lewd comments.

The Sheriff’s Office also promised to take a variety of actions to stop similar behavior in the future in addition to the monetary settlement. The majority of those pledges, according to Mobile County Sheriff Paul Burch, are things the jail has already been carrying out.

The judge will conduct a second “fairness hearing” after the women who are eligible for the settlement submit their claims to ascertain whether the payouts are appropriate.

Brendan Kirby Career

American journalist Kirby presently works for WALA-TV Fox 10 in the Mobile, Alabama, area. Kirby joined the station in 2019 from WPRI -TV CBS News, which is situated in the East Providence, Rhode Island, region. He served as the daily co-host for the Rhode show, which aired from Monday through Friday. From Rhode Island College, he received a Bachelor of Arts in mass communication.

He is skilled in producing original material, daily TV production, social media, and live interviews. Between April 2004 through July 2009, Kirby served as the manager of the accounting department of Rhode Island Blood Center. His duties included blood collection, effective scheduling for assigned accounts in accordance with departmental requirements, and forecasting projection rates.

When he joined EMNIB from there, he took on the roles of host, writer, and producer. The topical opening gags, unique monologues, and original desk parts were all written by Kirby. From October 2010 to May 2012, he co-hosted and contributed to the Men’s Lifestyle show.

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