Janice Huff is not a new name in the world of broadcasting journalism. She is a very active meteorologist who has been an NBC and ABC affiliate and also seen as the meteorologist on ‘Weekend Today.' You might also remember her as the host of ‘NY Wired’ a Lottery Game Show. She has also worked with the prestigious TV networks like WTVC and WRBL. So, what is her personal life like and also find out her financial background?
Her career has been on a steady and gradual rise to the top. She started her career by working for the WTVC in 1982 and WRBL in 1983. She joined the NBC in April 1991 as their on-air meteorologist and joined WNBC in January 1995 where she was a meteorologist for "Today in New York," and "News Channel 4". That same year she became the meteorologist for ‘Weekend Today.' She has won tons of awards including the ‘Golden Heart Award’ the ‘Miracle Makers Media Award’ in 2004 for her work as the ‘Wednesday Child’ and for her commitment and dedication to helping New York City's Foster Care children.
Is She Married or Just Dating?
By learning about her in an incredible career, you must be wondering about her personal life as well. Well for starters, the 56-year-old is a married woman. It is openly described in her wiki bios and her NBC bios as well. So, who is her husband? Well, the identity of her husband remains a mystery. We still have no information about her husband, but we do know that she has no children as she has never been spotted pregnant as well. There have not been any types of divorce rumors about her marriage, so it is safe to consider that they have a very healthy family of just two.
Her Net Worth and Salary:
Being a multi-award winning meteorologist and a veteran journalist, Janice must make a lot of money. Her great income could easily be reflected regarding her net worth and salary. Unfortunately, both her net worth and salary are still under evaluation so it cannot be obtained. But knowing Huff, they must both be a very big amount.
Her Short Bio:
Janice Huff was born on 1st September 1960 in NY City, NY, USA. The African America meteorologist got her degree in Meteorology after graduating from Florida State University. She had won the 1988 ‘Best Weathercaster’ St. Louis’s Emmy Award, is a member of both American Meteorological Society and the National Association of Black Journalists. She was also inducted in the ‘New York’s Hall of Fame’ in 2016.