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Caitlin Nuclo Bio, Birthday, Family, Husband, Salary, Net Worth, WFSB

Caitlin is an American award-winning Reporter and Anchor who joined the WFSB news team as the Weekend Morning Anchor in 2017. She started her journalism career here at WFSB and she is excited and grateful to be back at the station. In 2007, is when Caitlin interned at WFSB while attending the University of Connecticut.

Caitlin Nuclo Biography

Caitlin is an American award-winning Reporter and Anchor who joined the WFSB news team as the Weekend Morning Anchor in 2017. She started her journalism career here at WFSB and she is excited and grateful to be back at the station. In 2007, is when Caitlin interned at WFSB while attending the University of Connecticut.

Caitlin Nuclo Age

Nuclo was born and raised in Hamden. Details about her age or date of birth are not known. This information will be updated as soon as it’s available.

Caitlin Nuclo Husband

Nuclo is married to her husband Mike Cameron since September 22, 2018. Mike is also a weather forecaster at WFSB with 12 years of forecasting.

Caitlin Nuclo Family

Nuclo is a family girl and when not working, she likes to spend her time with them. Although she has shared little about them, she has severally thanked them for the important role they have played in both her education and career.

Caitlin Nuclo Salary

The annual salary of a WFSB anchors/reporters’ salary is approximated to be between $ 24,292 and $ 72,507 and its believed Caitlin’s salary is within the range.

Caitlin Nuclo Net Worth

Working for WFSB there is no doubt that Caitlin has accumulated a good net worth but the exact details about her net worth are still under review.

Caitlin Nuclo Career

Before returning home for an anchor position at News 12 Connecticut in Norwalk in 2015, Caitlin had spent 7 years reporting and anchoring at various stations in Upstate New York. Over the course of her career, Caitlin has reported on devastating weather events, flown with the Blue Angels and has had the honor of meeting so many incredible people who have allowed her to share their stories.

Due to her work and skills, she has won multiple awards, including her coverage of the 2009 mass shooting in Binghamton, NY. Her stories have been honored by the New York State Broadcasters Association, the Syracuse Press Club and the Connecticut Society of Professional Journalists.