Erin Fehlau Biography
Erin Fehlau is an American morning news anchor for WMUR in Manchester, New Hampshire, US. She anchors the morning and noon weekday newscasts and also hosts NH Chronicle alongside WMUR’s Sean McDonald.
Fehlau is the primary anchor for the morning news at WMUR and has covered stories like the 2012 Super Bowl. Fehlau broke the news about the drunk driving arrest of George W Bush in a previous job at WPXT in Portland, Maine. Her story was honored with numerous awards, which include the Edward R. Murrow Award for Investigative Journalism and the National Clarion Award.
Erin worked as a producer at WMTW, in Portland, Maine, and at WB56 in Boston before beginning her career as a newscaster. In 1997, Erin was awarded an Emmy Award for Outstanding Newscast Producer while creating “The Ten O’Clock News” at WB56. During Fehlau’s college career at Syracuse University, she anchored “SunUp,” a weekly morning news program airing on the college’s TV station, UUTV.
Erin Fehlau Age
Fehlau was born in 1973 in Massachusetts. She is 46 years old as of 2019.
Erin Fehlau Family
Erin was born in Massachusetts and grew up in Bedford, Mass. Apparently, there are no updates of her siblings and parents yet.
Erin Fehlau Husband
She is happily married and has two sons and one daughter.
Erin Fehlau Education
Fehlau is a graduate of the S.I. Newhouse School of Communications at Syracuse University.
Erin Fehlau Net Worth
News anchor Eric estimated net worth is still under review. It will be revealed to the public immediately it’s out, but it evident that he received a good amount of money from his career as a news broadcast.
Erin Fehlau Award
- The Edward R. Murrow Award for Investigative Journalism
- The National Clarion Award.
- Emmy Award for Outstanding Newscast Producer.