An Award-winning journalist Jeff Hogan was the long-serving reporter who has spent his twenty-years of his career for the WBNS in Columbus. However, currently, Jeff serves as an anchor for a weekend evening on 10TV News. He is also the spokesman for 10TV’s Commit to Be Fit Campaign.
Apart from his professional life, he has managed to maintain a healthy balance between his professional and personal life. Well, if you are excited to know more about him then let’s enlighten his personal life!
What About Jeff Hogan Family Life?
Jeff Hogan is a happily married man with his wife, Jeanne Hogan who is also a local television personality. The couple was blessed with two beautiful teenage daughters named Skyler and Kate. Hogan is succesful in maintaining a healthy relationship with his wife and children until now.
Jeff Hogan with his wife Jeanne (Photo Credit: Jeff's Facebook)
Moreover, Jeanne and Jeff have been sharing the bond of marriage for around more than years. Jeff is not only a idolize husband but a loving and caring father too. Jeanne Hogan tries to keeps herself and the girls active by maintaining a healthy lifestyle and nutritional decisions for the family.
During her free time, Jeanne either runs or takes classes at the gym. Both of their daughters are also active in sports whether it will be snow skiing to golf or gymnastics competitions.
Hogan and his wife Jeanne have spread the commit to be fit the message to children and families. For Jeff, fitness with family and friends is the center of his life and is working hard to develop more and more ways to lead a healthy and happy life.
He has a lovely family who is very much supportive of his career. Well, it can be assumed that besides his career, Jeff is also living a flourishing married life with her wife and two children.
About Jeff Hogan
American native Jeff Hogan, age 50, was born in Milford, PA. He has completed his graduation from the University of Rhoda Island with a Bachelor of Arts degree.
Talking about his career, Jeff began his career working at KOSA-TV as sports anchor/reporter in the year 1992-95. From 1995 to 1998, he started working at WTVR-TV as a sports anchor. From 1998 to 2009, Jeff worked as a sports anchor for WBNS-TV. Later on, in the year 2009 to 2018, he worked as a news anchor for the same channel WBNS.
Hogan was the leading sports position at WBNS-TV from 1998. He has also been the 10TV reporter on the scene for national news stories like the mass shooting in Newtown, Connecticut and the bombing at the Boston Marathon.
A versatile reporter, Hogan has experience covering election-year politics as well as contributing regularly to Crime tracker 10. Hogan has worked in five television markets across the country
Jeff Hogan is a seasoned and accomplished anchor who has a real passion for news. He excels at breaking news and continuous coverage. In his time in Columbus, Hogan has earned several Associated Press and Emmy awards as well as an Edward R. Murrow Award for breaking news resulting from a terror attack on Ohio State's Campus.
Talking about his salary, Jeff Hogan has accumulated mythical figures of net worth throughout his long serving in the WBNS-TV. He has earned an attractive amount of salary serving as a media person. An anchor/reporter at WRAL makes an average of $63,936 at the 25 percentile to $ 71,574 at the 75 percentile with top earner earning more than $80,603.
Jeff Hogan's Injury
On 28 July 2018, Jeff got injured in a bodysurfing accident. Jeff along with his fellow journalist Brad Johansen was spending time with their families at the Wrightsville beach when a wave slammed Jeff's face down into a sandbar.
Though the man did not lose consciousness, he couldn't move due to the surf pressure. His daughter, however, pulled him enough out of the water so that he could breathe. Further, other members helped pull him out of the surf.
After suffering from a serious injury, the man did not even rest for complete month. Even though the WRAL did not give enough details of Jeff's injury, Jeff revealed through Facebook that he would be soon returning from bed to his work desk.
Jeff showed his dedication to his work as he returned to his desk within three weeks of the injury.
Later, Jeff's wife recalled the incident talking with WRAL.