Deanie Wimmer Biography
Deanie Wimmer is an American news anchor who delivers news for KSL TV Utah at 6 pm, 6:30 pm, and 10 pm.
She began her broadcasting career at KSL Television as a University of Utah intern. Deanie moved up the ranks in the KSL 5 newsroom as weekend anchor, political reporter, general assignment reporter, and producer.
Because of her commitment to education, she is excited about being involved and leads the station’s literacy initiative Read Today. Read Today aims to Educate, Motivate and Celebrate reading accomplishments and encourage families to read together.
At KSL TV work closely with Brittany Glas, Mike Headrick, Lori Prichard, share park, Dave McCann.
Deanie Wimmer Age
He was born in 1971 in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Deanie Wimmer Education
Deanie graduated with a Master’s degree in political communication and a bachelor’s degree in communication from the University of Utah. A public research university in Salt Lake City, Utah, United States. As the state’s flagship university.
She attended a fellows program on education and journalism through the University of Washington.
Deanie Wimmer Husband | Children
Deanie’s is married to his husband Phil Kirk, who works in law enforcement. They live with their two boys in Park City.
Deanie Wimmer Hobbies
In her free time, she loves the outdoors and outdoor recreating in Utah’s mountains and red rock country. She is often trail running, mountain biking, hiking, Alpine skiing, and skate skiing. She’s an avid reader and studies Spanish.
Deanie won a regional Emmy award for her coverage of the Utah Teacher’s shortage. Read Today won the Emmy Service to America Award for contributions to literacy in Utah.
Deanie Wimmer Salary
An average news anchor at KSL Newsstation receives an average salary of $43,862.