Farah Jadran KING 5 Net Worth, Salary, Bio, Age, Parents, Husband, Career

Farah Jadran Biography

Farah Jadran is a famous American journalist born in the United State. Since August 2021, she has been a weekend morning anchor for KING 5. Three days per week, she also makes a contribution to KING 5 Mornings. At CNYCentral in Syracuse, where she has been since August 2019, she previously served as the primary anchor of CBS5 This Morning and CBS5 News at Noon.

She previously served as the primary reporter for NewsChannel 9’s WSYR-The TV’s Morning News. From July 2014 until August 2015, she also managed the national social media accounts for the TWC News, TWC SportsChannel, and TWC Community brands. She was in charge of the social media strategy and gave all platforms’ training.

Farah Jadran Net Worth

Jadran has an estimated net worth of $1 Million. She has acquired a great fortune from her career as a  news anchor yet she likes to live a humble lifestyle. This includes her property, funds and earnings. Her job career is her main source of income.

Farah Jadran Salary

Jadran receives a respectable wage from her job as an anchor. She receives an average annual salary of $50 thousand  which  translates to a monthly average wage of $4,166.

Year 2023 2024
Farah Jadran Salary $50 thousand $60 thousand
Farah Jadran Net Worth $1 million $1.5 million

Farah Jadran Age

Farah Jadran was born on October 13 in Chicago, in the United States. Details on her precise month of birth remain unknown.

Farah Jadran  Height, Weight & Body Measurement

Jadran stands proudly at a height of 5 feet 5 inches (1.65 meters or 165 centimeters), she exhibits an exquisite balance in her physique. Weighing approximately 55 kg (121 lbs), her body measurements are an enviable.

She has kept up a lovely physical shape that is currently visible on websites all over the internet. However, neither her physical characteristics nor shoe size are known.

Farah Jadran Parents

Jadran was born and raised in Chicago by her devoted parents, Mohammad and Jeanie Jadran. Regarding whether or not she has siblings, she has not made any mention of it. As soon as the data becomes available, we’ll update this section.

Farah Jadran Husband

Since May 2, 2015, Jadran and Niko Tamurian have been  married in East Syracuse’s St. Matthew’s Church. For NBC 3, CBS 5 and CW 6, her husband Niko works as a sports director and anchor.

As members of the regional media in Central New York, the two were introduced via acquaintances and colleagues who they shared. Peter J. Tamurian and Michele Rourke are the parents of Niko. The dogs owned by the two are named Jack, Bear, and Bogey.

Farah Jadran Education

Jadran pursued her education at Colorado State University Pueblo, where she received her Bachelor of Science in Mass Communication. Farah also received her degree from Syracuse University, this time in magazine, newspaper and online journalism.

Farah Jadran Career

Since August 2021, she has worked on KING 5 as the weekend morning anchor. She also contributes to KING 5 Mornings three days per week. Since August 2019, Farah has served as the primary anchor of CBS5 This Morning and CBS5 News at Noon at CNYCentral in Syracuse.

On weekdays, she served as an anchor for CBS 5 This Morning and CBS 5 at Noon. Over ten years ago, Farah began her career as a journalist in Central New York.

She soon established herself in the community as a reporter and a local citizen before relocating to Syracuse to pursue her master’s degree in journalism at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications. While completing her graduate studies, she worked as an editor for Eagle Newspapers. Farah reported to the Syracuse suburbs on the north as well as Madison County.

2011 saw the debut of Syracuse Woman Magazine, the region’s first and only award-winning women’s publication, thanks in part to Farah. For more than four years, she reported on women’s health, education, politics, culture, and business as managing editor of SWM.

She also contributed to the 2012 introduction of “Insight” on WCNY, a public affairs TV program that tackles difficult subjects in many Upstate New York counties. She covered the heroin crisis ravaging many Central New York counties, unoccupied housing concerns afflicting communities, as well as the ongoing attempts to clean up Onondaga Lake as the host and co-producer before leaving this position a year later.

She left SWM to pursue her studies in broadcast journalism, social media, and digital media at what was formerly known as Time Warner Cable News. In 2015, Farah returned to the media as an anchor and reporter on subjects that were important to her community. She was WSYR-TV’s morning reporter before joining the CNY Central staff.



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