Brett Hall Biography, Age, Education, Wife, Career, WAVY-TV, Team

Brett Hall Biography

Brett Hall is an American Broadcast Journalist, Anchor, and Reporter currently working for WAVY-TV and FOX 43 since March 2018. He also reporter for Washington, D.C. at WNEW-FM NewsRadio 99.1. He also worked as a personality, news reporter and traffic anchor on WWMX-FM, WLIF-HD2, WDEL-AM, WXCY-FM, and WHFC-FM.

Brett Hall Age

Brett was born and raised in Bel Air, Maryland, United State of America. His information about the exact date of birth is not yet confirmed.

Brett Hall Education

Brett attended Patterson Mill High School. and graduated from the University of Maryland Philip Merrill College of Journalism.

Brett Hall Wife

Brett is somehow private when it comes to matters concerning his personal life. Outside of work, Brett is an active member of the Society of Professional Journalists. He also loves spending time outdoors either on his kayak or bike

Brett Hall Career

Brett comes to Hampton Roads from Syracuse, N.Y. where he spent more than two years as a reporter for WSTM-WTVH-WSTQ-TV and

While in N.Y., Brett ended up known for his undertaking reporting. He propelled and created an arrangement titled “Tear it Down or Fix it Up?” where unmistakable network blemishes were researched. Now and again, the tales prodded activity as destruction or property tidy up. He was named as Best Reporter in 2017 by the Syracuse New Times.

Before his transition to upstate N.Y., Brett detailed for Washington, D.C.- based WNEW-FM NewsRadio99.1. He worked out of the station’s Baltimore Bureau at WJZ-TV. It was there Brett written about the consequence of the Baltimore revolts that occurred in the wake of the passing of Freddie Gray in 2015.

Brett has additionally filled in as a character, journalist and traffic anchor on WWMX-FM, WLIF-HD2, WDEL-AM, WXCY-FM, and WHFC-FM.

Brett Hall Articles | Muck Rack

Norfolk looks at improving cruise ship terminal to accommodate larger ships — by Brett Hall Posted: Aug 21, 2019,/ 08:22 PM EDT / Updated: Aug 21, 2019,/ 08:22 PM EDT NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) — In an effort to one-day dock larger ships, Norfolk is studying what improvements need to be made at its current cruise pier. The $36 million Decker Half Moone Cruise & Celebration Center opened next to Nauticus on Norfolk’s waterfront in 2007.

22 events booked for VB Sports Center for more than a year before opening — by Brett Hall Posted: Aug 20, 2019,/ 08:46 PM EDT / Updated: Aug 20, 2019,/ 08:52 PM EDT VIRGINIA BEACH Va. (WAVY) — While construction won’t be completed for well over a year, nearly two dozen events have already been scheduled at the Oceanfront’s $68 million Sports Center.

Council votes to build a $68 million sports center near Virginia Beach Oceanfront — by Brett Hall Posted: Jul 11, 2018,/ 12:26 AM EDT / Updated: Jul 11, 2018,/ 06:32 AM EDT VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (WAVY) — On Tuesday City Council decided to build it, and now they hope people will come to a new $68 million Sports Center at the Oceanfront.

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