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Jenny Hill BBC, Bio, Age, Height, Family, Husband, Kids, Russia, Salary, Net Worth

Jenny Hill Biography

Jenny Hill is an American media personality serving as BBC Berlin Correspondent since 2014. Previously, she worked for BBC Breakfast as a News reporter.

Jenny Hill Age

Jenny is around 40 to 65 years old as of 2022.  She hasn’t also disclosed her date of birth and when she celebrates her birthday.

Jenny Hill Height

Jenny stands at an average height of 5 feet 8 inches (1.72 m)  tall. However, details regarding his actual height and other body measurements are currently not publicly available. We will update this section when the information is available.

Jenny Hill Education

Jenny went to Jersey College for Girls. She also received a Postgraduate degree from Cardiff University’s School of Journalism.

Jenny Hill Parents

Jenny was born and grew up on the island of Jersey. However, there is no information about her parents. It is also not known whether she has siblings or not.

Jenny Hill Husband

Despite being a media personality Jenny has managed to keep her personal life away from the limelight. Therefore, it is not known whether she is married, single, or in a relationship.

Jenny Hill Kids

Jenny deliberately decided against children and put her career first. “Family and children—a very tough topic in the life of a Foreign Correspondent,” she said.

“You’re always traveling, and you don’t stay long in each country. From time to time, you also find yourself in dangerous situations, so you need to think about all aspects of your future and how your decision will influence them,” she added.

Jenny Hill Salary

Her salary and net worth are under review.

Jenny Hill Net Worth

Jenny has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million dollars as of 2022. This includes her assets, money, and income. She accumulates a huge amount of her wealth from her successful career as a BBC Berlin Correspondent.

Jenny Hill BBC

Since 2014, Jenny has been serving as BBC Berlin Correspondent. She is also a former BBC Breakfast News reporter. Jenny’s broadcasting career began at BBC Radio Jersey, on the island where she was born and grew up. After reporting and presenting at the Central Newsagency in Birmingham, she returned to the Channel Islands to work as a presenter and reporter for the BBC’s new TV operation.

“It was an exciting time. The operation was new and set up on a shoestring. We all got used to reading the news while staring at an old toilet. The studio was a hastily converted room at the back of BBC Jersey!”

She also covered news in Guernsey and the other Channel Islands – often commuting by plane. “It was all a bit hairy on stormy winter mornings – approaching the runway sideways in a tiny inter-island plane.”

Jenny then moved to BBC Look North in Hull, first as the district reporter for Grimsby and then as a presenter and reporter based in Hull.

In 2006 Jenny moved down the M62 to report and present for BBC Look North in Leeds, becoming the BBC region’s crime correspondent. She then started working for the national BBC, reporting on the evening TV news bulletins before starting work at Breakfast.

“Breakfast is great fun – not to mention unpredictable. I’ve given up trying to guess what each day will bring.” During her time on the programme, Jenny has reported on both major stories in the UK and abroad.

“It’s a great team at Breakfast and while I don’t think I’ll ever get used to the early alarm calls, working here is always great fun.” In September 2014, she took up the position of Berlin correspondent for the BBC.

Jenny Hill Russia

Days after halting their work in Russia in the wake of the country introducing a new law that threatens to imprison anyone spreading “fake news,” journalists at BBC News resumed their coverage from the region on Tuesday, 8 March 2022. As per the new law, anyone who spreads fake news can be punished with a jail term of up to 15 years.

BBC’s Steve Rosenberg and Jenny Hill resumed reporting from Moscow on Tuesday.

“After careful deliberation and consideration of the implications of the new legislation alongside the urgent need to report from inside Russia, we have decided to resume English language reporting from this evening (Tuesday, 8 March) after it was temporarily suspended during the end of last week,” said BBC in a statement.

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