Karah Brackin Biography
Karah Brackin is an American journalist who serves KSLTV as a weekday reporter for KSL Today. She joined the station in March 2022. Previously, she served in Portland, Maine, at WGME as a morning reporter.
Karah Brackin Age
Brackin was born in China and raised in Sweet Home Alabama. She likes to keep her personal life private hence has not yet disclosed the year and month she was born. It is therefore not known when she celebrates her birthday. However, she might be in her 30’s.
Karah Brackin Height
Brackin stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches tall.
Karah Brackin Family
Brackin has managed to keep her personal life away from the limelight hence she has not disclosed any information about her parents. It is also not known if Brackin has any siblings.
Karah Brackin Husband
Brackin is married to Dakota and she lives in Portland with her husband. She has however not revealed if the couple has any children.
Karah Brackin Net Worth
Brackin has an estimated net worth of about $1 Million – $5 Million which she has earned through her career as a Reporter.
Karah Brackin Salary
Brackin earns an annual salary ranging between $ 45, 000 to $110, 500.
Karah Brackin Career
Brackin serves KSLTV as a weekday reporter for KSL Today. She joined the station in March 2022. Previously, she served in Portland, Maine, at WGME as a morning reporter.
While in Portland, she had extensive “Back to School” broadcasts of local school districts across the state after the change from learning remotely to being in a class full time and how that affected teachers and students. Additionally, she shed light on various local business owners deemed “essential workers” throughout the state’s phased reopening plan.
Further, she gave developing live reports of a local island encompassing Maine’s only recorded shark attack in history. Moreover, she did “Food Bank Friday,” airing on Fridays where she went to local food banks and spotlighted the service of volunteers and community needs during the pandemic.
Brackin’s love for storytelling and people started early. When she is asked the question, “’What do you want to be when you grow up?” she answered, “An announcer.” Brackin credits her passion for journalism and the dream of sharing other people’s stories to her alma mater, Auburn University. When she was a student, Brackin was heavily involved with Eagle Eye, the student-run television station where she spent much of her time as an anchor and reporter. War Eagle.
Brackin thanks her family and friends, a true village for helping her make her dream a reality. During her free time, if it is winter, Brackin is probably outside experiencing many firsts with snow, boxing at the gym, or taste-testing all of Portland’s local eateries.
Karah Brackin WGME
Karah Brackin worked at WGME alongside other famous WGME anchors and reporters including;
- Katie Sampson
- Blair Best
- Lexie O’Connor
- Marissa Bodnar
- Taylor Cairns
- Jon Chrisos
- Gregg Lagerquist
- Lauren Healy
- Jeff Peterson
- Dustin Bonk
- Charlie Lopresti