Brittany Jacob Biography, Age, Education, KFVS, Husband, Salary and Articles.

Brittany Jacob Biography

Brittany Jacob is an American reporter. She joined the Heartland News team in November of 2016 as a Multimedia Journalist in the southern Illinois bureau. Jacob also now anchors Heartland News at 6 and 10 on Saturdays and Heartland News at 5 and 10 on Sundays. Brittany is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated and a member of the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ).

Jacob recently covered high profile court case in the death of SIU student Pravin Varughese. In addition, Brittany has covered the infamous Illinois state budget stalemate interviewing the Illinois governor, Comptroller, Senators, and Congressmen. Brittany dove right into her professional career of media sales, marketing and advertising post-undergrad working for iHeart Radio and then CBS Radio in Washington, DC. Taylor Clark and Kathy Sweeney are also reporters at KFVS 12.

Brittany Jacob Age

Jacob has not revealed the information regarding her age, birthday and parents’ information. This information will be updated soon. Moreover, Brittany Jacob is a Houston, Texas native by way of Washington, D.C.

Brittany Jacob Education

She graduated from Howard University’s School of Communication as a broadcast journalism major and theatre minor. Brittany has had three internships during her tenure at Howard. She was a reporter intern her sophomore year summer at KTRK ABC 13 in Houston, then WJLA ABC7 in the Spring, and NBC 4 in Washington, DC in the Fall.

Brittany Jacob Husband

Despite being a famous reporter Brittany is very private when it comes to her love life. She has not disclosed her marital status to the media. Brittany is possibly single. There is no report s of her having any children as of now.

Brittany Jacob Salary and Net Worth

A News Reporter at KFVS-TV earns an average of $52,088, ranging from $45,358 at the 25th percentile to $57,892 at the 75th percentile, with top earners (the top 10%) earning more than $64,611. Compensation is derived from fewer than 20 profiles, including base salary, equity, and bonus. Although she has not disclosed the actual amount of her salary to the media. Her estimated net worth is currently under review.

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Brittany Jacob Private Life

Jacob loves to spend her free time on stage performing out one of her passions, theatre. She also loves to experience new cultures through traveling and trying new food. Furthermore, she enjoys yoga, running and spending time with her family.

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Brittany Jacob Articles

Carterville officers save man after car plunges into Crab Orchard Lake

Officers deemed heroes for quick action Carterville officers save man after car plunges into Crab Orchard Lake By Brittany Jacob | July 30, 2019, at 5:19 PM CDT – Updated July 30 at 5:21 PM CARTERVILLE, Ill. (KFVS) – Quick action from an officer may have saved a man’s life. Not one, not two, but three officers from the Carterville Police Department didn’t think twice, they jumped into the lake to save a man’s life. Two of them told the story.

Devil’s Backbone Park and Campground in need of relief aid to clean, repair

Illinois Flooding 2019 Cleanup Waters are already high at Devil’s Backbone Park in Grand Tower. (Source: Brittany Jacob/KFVS) By July 29, 2019, at 10:23 PM CDT – Updated July 29 at 10:23 PM GRAND TOWER, Il. (KFVS) – As the floodwaters continue to recede, the cleanup efforts are underway at Devil’s Backbone Park and Campground. However, the Park is running out money and Park Board members are fearful of the park not reopening for the rest of the 2019 events.

Grand Tower feeling a small relief after major flood problems

 July 23, 2019, at 8:05 PM CDT – Updated July 23 at 8:12 PM GRAND TOWER, Il. (KFVS) – As the Mississippi River continues to go down, river towns like Grand Tower are starting to feel some needed much relief. On one side the levee on Front Street, the is river dropping, and on the other side, the town is slowly getting back to normal. Better days ahead are the hopes for Grand Tower.

Alexander County officials: Flooding 2019 is the “worst” ever

 July 22, 2019, at 11:02 PM CDT – Updated July 22 at 11:02 PM MILLER CITY, Il. (KFVS) – The price tag for flood damage in Alexander County will likely be in the millions of dollars. In Miller City, the high water is responsible for broken roads scattered debris and even brought barges through the broken Lens Small Levee. Alexander County Highway Engineer Jeff Denny said Southern Illinois 2019 Flood is the worst flooding and road damage he has seen in his 21 years on the job.

Need for donations increased in Alexander County; Spark volunteers go door-to-door with ‘Blessing Boxes’

 July 16, 2019, at 8:25 PM CDT – Updated July 16 at 8:25 PM MCCLURE, Ill. (KFVS) – Volunteers in McClure roll their sleeves up every day to help out their community to deliver “blessing boxes.” A dozen volunteers are collecting donations, boxing them up, and even delivering them community members in need. James Myers with The Spark Ministries is gathering those boxes and taking them to people.

Union and Jackson County, Ill. feel the impact of flooding despite not being underwater

 July 15, 2019, at 10:44 PM CDT – Updated July 15 at 10:44 PM UNION COUNTY, Ill. (KFVS) – On Monday’s First Alert Action Day, communities across the Heartland are feeling the impact of flooding beyond Alexander County. In Union County, the floodwaters are having a reaching effect on the business near Route