Jeremy Rauch Biography and Wiki
Jeremy Rauch is an American journalist who is currently working as a sports reporter and anchor at WXIX Channel 19 in Newport, KY. Prior to his current position, Rauch worked as a news anchor and reporter at WICS-TV in Springfield, IL.
Jeremy Rauch Age and Birthday
Jeremy was born on September 21, in Cincinnati, Ohio, the United States of America. His zodiac sign is Virgo. However, his exact age and birth details are currently unavailable.
Jeremy Rauch Height
Rauch stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches (1.73 m) tall.
Jeremy Rauch Education
The news anchor attended a high school. Afterward, he joined
She later received a Bachelor’s degree in Media Communication and Spanish in 2008
Jeremy Rauch Family, Parents, Siblings
Jeremy was born and brought up in Cincinnati, Ohio, by his parents. However, our attempts to find out more about their identities were in vain. It is also not known whether he has any siblings since he has not disclosed the information to the public.
Jeremy Rauch Wife | Married?
In regard to his marital status, Rauch is currently married to his lovely wife, Laura. Together, the couple shares two children, a boy and a daughter.
Jeremy Rauch Salary
Jeremy receives an estimated salary ranging between $31,300 to $92,500 annually from his career as a journalist. His contract with the exact figures is yet to be released.
Jeremy Rauch Net Worth
The news anchor has an estimated net worth of $1 Million to 2 Million (Approx.) as of 2023. This amount is from his extensive career as a news journalist.
Jeremy Rauch WXIX 19 News
Jeremy is a journalist who is currently working at WXIX Channel 19 as a sports reporter and anchor in Newport, KY. Prior to this, he worked at WICS-TV in Springfield, IL.
During this time, he served both as a sports anchor and reporter for the weekend newscasts. He has also worked as a sports reporter, anchor, and play-by-play commentator at WHIZ-TV in Zanesville, OH.
Rauch worked as a sports anchor and reporter at WDNN-TV at Georgia Tech, UT-Chattanooga. In addition, he was hired by WLEX-TV as a sports photojournalist in Lexington, KY.