Jillian Mele Bio, Age, Height, Family, Husband, FOX, No Make-up, Salary and Net worth

Jillian Mele
Jillian Mele

Jillian Mele Biography

Jillian Mele is a well-known American news anchor and reporter, she is known for being the co-host of  Fox & Friends First. Mele joined in January 2022 while reporting for WPVI 6ABC out of Philadelphia.

Jillian Mele Education

Mele graduated with a B.A. in arts and communication from La Salle University in Philadelphia.

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Mele accepted jobs as a sports anchor in Presque Isle, Maine, and at WIVT-TV in Binghamton, New York, after her graduation. She later joined NBC 10 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 2007, where she won an Emmy for her work on an Olympics show. Mele acquired a position at NBC Sports Philadelphia in 2014, where she co-hosted Breakfast on Broad, a morning sports talk show for which she won another Emmy, and Endgame, a Philadelphia Eagles post-game program.

Mele joined Fox News in March 2017, serving as co-anchor of Fox & Friends First and as a highlights reporter for Fox & Friends until October 2021. Mele announced her departure from Fox News on October 29, 2021, to return to La Salle University to obtain a Master’s degree. “It’s time to focus on my personal life,” Mele said as she walked away.

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In January 2022, Mele became a member of the Action News family. She is a native of Glenside, Pennsylvania, and she is thrilled to be returning home to tell tales that have an influence on the community where she grew up.

Jillian worked as a network reporter and anchor in New York City for the past four and a half years, covering events around the country. She covered the 2019 World Series from start to end while accompanying the teams on the road, and she was on the ground hours after the horrible Las Vegas tragedy, live on location for Hurricanes Dorian and Irma. Mele reported live from the Parkway on the Eagles’ Super Bowl Parade!

Jillian covered the 2020 Presidential Election as well as COVID-19 and its implications on small business owners around the country extensively. Indeed, it was her coverage of the pandemic and interviews with business executives that prompted her to obtain an MBA at LaSalle University in Philadelphia. Jillian was interested in learning more about how our economy works and how it affects everyone of us.

Jillian had the opportunity of interviewing WWII veteran, hero, and D-Day survivor Ray Lambert while in New York. Ray, like many of his generation, rarely spoke about his wartime experiences. Jillian considers it one of her greatest honors that he shared his story with her, and she treasures that interview. Jillian spent 9 years in Philadelphia prior to working in New York City.

Jillian Mele Salary

Mele earns a yearly salary of  $31,000 to $191,000.

Jillian Mele Net worth

Mele has an estimated net worth ranging between $ 1 million – $ 5 million dollars.

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Jillian Mele Age

Mele is 39  years old as of 2021. She was born on September 17, 1982.

Jillian Mele Height

Mele stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches tall.

Jillian Mele Family

Mele was born and raised in Glenside, Pennsylvania, by Roseanne and Thomas Mele.

Jillian Mele Husband

Mele is currently in a relationship she has however not revealed any details concerning her love life.

Jillian Mele No Makeup

Jillian Mele
Jillian Mele



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Gas prices 2022: What will make fuel cost come down? Experts have their eye on 2 things
And since oil is globally traded, what happens across the world hits us in the wallet. “If Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) decided to ramp up production, particularly Saudi Arabia, that will moderate prices. And certainly, the volatility in the market will subside if there is a resolution in Ukraine. No question whatsoever,” said Scott Jackson, visiting professor at Villanova University.

Inflation jumped 7.9% over the past year, sharpest spike since 1982

Bread, meat, eggs, milk, fruit, even coffee have all increased. But the question is why?  — Inflation jumped 7.9% over the past year, it’s the sharpest spike since 1982, according to a report released Thursday by the Labor Department. The inflation we are seeing today is a result of the last two years, according to Michael Lar, a distinguished research professor in public policy at Rutgers University. “I would say COVID-19 and labor shortages are the main things.


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