Brittany Tarwater Bio,Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth,WVLT

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Brittany Tarwater Biography

Brittany Tarwater is an American journalist who has been working for WVLT as a weekday anchor for the 3:30 p.m. newscast alongside Paige Noel since 2023. She joined the channel as an anchor and reporter.

Brittany Tarwater Age

Tarwater prefers to keep her personal life private, hence she has not yet revealed the year and month she was born. It is consequently unknown when she celebrates her birthday. Most Probably, she could be in her 30s.

Brittany Tarwater Height

Tarwater has an approximate height of 5 feet and 6 inches.

Brittany Tarwater Education

Tarwater enrolled at the University of Tennessee after finishing her high school education. She later earned a bachelor’s degree. She has a master’s degree from the University of Tennessee’s School of Journalism and Media.

Brittany Tarwater Family

Tarwater has managed to keep her personal life out of the spotlight, thus she has not revealed any details about her parents. It is also unknown whether Tarwater has any siblings.

Brittany Tarwater Husband

Tarwater is married to Davis. He proposed to her in December 2015. They are blessed with two children whose names areĀ  Davis Russell and Clara Rose.

Brittany Tarwater Salary

Tarwater’s annual compensation ranges from $40,000 to $110,500.

Brittany Tarwater’s Net Salary

Tarwater’s net worth is reported to be between $1 million and $5 million, obtained through her work as a writer.

Brittany Tarwater Career

Tarwater is a weekday anchor for WVLT’s 3:30 p.m. newscast, with Paige Noel. She began her career with the station as an anchor and reporter. She has garnered Emmys for writing, breaking news, and educational reporting. She has also garnered several regional Edward R. Murrow and Tennessee Associated Press honors.

In 2021, she received a Regional Edward R. Murrow Award for a story regarding drowning hazards. She completed the documentary “A Tennessee Waltz: Ray Blanton’s Last Dance,” which put light on a piece of Tennessee history.

The documentary follows hitmen released early from jail and what the FBI calls a “criminal enterprise” originating from Tennessee Governor Ray Blanton’s administration, all in an attempt to conceal a pay-for-pardon scandal.

She moved to Knoxville from Tampa in 2005 to pursue swimming. She was also a part of the Lady Volunteer Swim Team. Aside from her TV employment, she is a lecturer at the University of Tennessee School of Journalism and Media, where she teaches television news reporting.

In addition, she is a YWCA Knoxville member and co-chair of the Tennessee Valley Keys of Hope. She serves on the board of the Greater Knoxville Sports Hall of Fame.

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