Kaylee Hartung Biography
Kaylee Hartung is an American broadcast journalist currently working as a national correspondent of “The Today Show” at NBC News based in Los Angeles, California. She joined NBC in January 2023. She also had the privilege to work as a contributor for CBS News, ESPN, CNN, ABC News, and NBC News.
One of her notable achievements is when she led a debate between President Barack Obama and Senator John McCain while at CBS. Likewise, in the course of her CBS tenure, she covered news for the daily segment Washington Unplugged.
Kaylee Hartung Education
Kaylee attended Episcopal High School in her native Baton Rouge and graduated in 2003. She later graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism and politics from Washington and Lee University, graduating in 2007. READ: Tamron Hall
After graduating in 2007, she started her journey to the top by interning at NBC. She has reported for leading networks since then, including ESPN and CNN, but Kaylee is currently a reporter for ABC News.
Kaylee Hartung Age and Birthday
How old is Kaylee? Kaylee is 38 years old as of 2023. She was born on November 7, 1985, in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United States of America. She celebrates her birthday on 7th November.
Kaylee Hartung Nationality and Ethnicity
Hartung holds American nationality and citizenship by birth. She was born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and raised in New York, United States of America.
Kaylee Hartung Height
How tall is Kaylee? Kaylee stands at an average height of 5 feet 2 inches (1.57 m) and weighs about 50 kg (110 lbs). However, her details regarding her other body measurements are currently under review and will be updated once confirmed to the public eye.
Kaylee Hartung Family, Father
Kaylee was born and raised in New York. Her mother is known as Julie Tucker Kaylee compliments her mother for being incredibly supportive of her career choices. RELATED: Christy Henderson
Kaylee’s father Mr. Hartung was a pilot during World War II, and he used his skills to put on shows across the globe. Her father died while Kaylee was young.
Kaylee revealed that her father was more than just a naval officer who completed 58 combat missions, he also was given the Distinguished Flying Cross award.
Kaylee Hartung Brother
Kaylee was raised alongside her younger brother whose name is not revealed. She once mentioned she is proud of her younger brother for attaining his dreams of being a pilot.
Kaylee Hartung Husband | Married
Is Kaylee married? Kaylee is a single woman. However, unlike many journalists, Kaylee’s information about her personal life is somehow confidential and is not available in the public eye. RELATED: Bill Karins
However, there was even a time she was suspected to be a lesbian. She was also reported to be dating Tim Tebow but she rubbished the rumors off, saying she saw Tom as a brother. In 2013, Kaylee said she would only date a person who is interested in sports as much as she is. For her, looks matter a lot; therefore, a composed style of dressing will always win her over.
Kaylee Hartung Baby
Kaylee’s information if she has a baby is currently not available in the public domain. However, once reviewed it will be updated as soon as possible.
Kaylee Hartung Eye Injury | Corona Virus
Harting has beautiful small dark black eyes, eyelashes, and dark brown hair. Details regarding if she had an eye injury are currently available. However, in March 2020, she felt a headache just right between her eyes, and her body was aching in places where she wasn’t used to having pain. She got tested and was found positive.
Kaylee Hartung Salary
Kaylee serving as an ABC News correspondent based in New York earns an estimated salary of about $87.1k a year. However, the exact amount of salary she earns is currently not known in the public domain. While at CNN, Kaylee earned a massive $1.3 million per year. RELATED: Randi Kaye
Kaylee Hartung Net Worth
Kaylee as an American journalist currently working as a sports reporter for ABC Sports has an estimated net worth of $5 million.
Kaylee Hartung NBC News
Kaylee began her career as a reporter for CBSNews.com, where she worked on the daily Washington Unplugged program and served as a featured correspondent for Unplugged Under 40. Her dedication and talent were evident during a summer internship with NBC, which led to an assistant position working alongside Bob Schieffer. This experience paved the way for her promotion to the role of associate producer on Face the Nation. RELATED: Mark Hertling
With a passion for sports, Kaylee transitioned to ESPN, where she served as a correspondent for the SEC Network, covering various events and providing insightful commentary. In 2017, CNN recognized her talent and hired her as part of their team. However, in 2019, Kaylee decided to embark on a new journey and joined ABC News as a correspondent, further expanding her journalistic repertoire.
In an exciting turn of events, in July 2022, Amazon announced that Kaylee would return to her sports broadcasting roots as a sideline reporter for Thursday Night Football. Her expertise and enthusiasm brought a fresh perspective to the field.
Continuing her impressive career trajectory, Kaylee joined NBC News’ The Today Show in January 2023 as a National correspondent, allowing her to delve into a wide range of topics and deliver compelling stories to the audience. Additionally, she lent her expertise to NBC Sports’ NFL Wild Card Weekend, collaborating with esteemed figures like Al Michaels and Tony Dungy to provide exceptional coverage.