Amy Hudak Profile
Amy Hudak is an award-winning news anchor/reporter working for WPXI-TV in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She joined the station in June 2019.
Amy Hudak Career
Hudak serves at WPXI-TV as an anchor and reporter. Before joining WPXI, she worked at WTNH in Hartford, Conn., where she anchored and reported the evening news. She had previously worked for Rochester, New York’s WHAM radio station.
Amy was the lead reporter for the high-profile Craig Rideout murder trial, which was covered on Dateline when she was in Upstate New York. She also assisted her team in winning an Associated Press Award for breaking news about a beach gunman.
Amy attended Penn State… We Are!… and majored in pre-medicine. She planned to go to medical school until acquiring the news bug while interning with Joy Bauer, a health correspondent for the Today Show. She is passionate about her work and never looks back.
Amy Hudak Age
Amy’s age is not known for she has managed to keep her personal life private. It is therefore not known how old Amy is or when she celebrates her birthday. However, she might be in her 30s.
Amy Hudak Height
Hudak stands at a height of 5 ft 7 in (1.70 m).
Quick Facts About Amy Hudak
|Net Worth||$1 Million – $5 Million|
Amy Hudak Family/ Parents
Information regarding Hudak’s parents and siblings is currently under review. However, the information will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Amy Hudak Husband/ Wedding
Amy is married to Jim Madalinsky. The husband is a renowned Journalist currently working at the WTAE-TV station in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Amy Hudak Salary
Being one of the top journalists for WPXI-TV, Amy earns an annual salary ranging between $ 20,000 – $ 100,000.
Amy Hudak’s Net Worth
Hudak has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million – $5 Million which she has earned through her successful career as an anchor and reporter.
Amy Hudak Accident
In early November 2021, A Pittsburgh police officer, Tariq Jamal-Francis, was on unpaid administrative leave after he was charged with rear-ending a car while intoxicated in Plum. Hudak was the driver of the car he hit. He was charged with endangering the welfare of children, driving under the influence, and moving violations.
The accident was on New Texas Road near Saltsburg Road at around 2:30 p.m. Hudak told officers that she would be rear-ended and the car that struck hers fled the scene. Also, she added that she recognized the car as belonging to a neighbor.
The officers found out that Jamal-Francis had pulled over near Boyce Park Village, and told officers that he had been in an accident on New Texas Road, authorities wrote. It was noted that Jamal-Francis’ 17-year-old son was in the front passenger seat, and the boy said he had been injured but declined treatment.
One of the officers asked Jamal-Francis if he was drunk, and he responded he had been. He refused to perform a field sobriety test, but he consented to have his blood drawn to determine his blood-alcohol content. Cara Cruz (Public Safety spokeswoman) stated that Jamal-Francis was off-duty at the time of the crash and that he will remain on unpaid leave.
A Pittsburgh police officer is on unpaid administrative leave after he was charged with rear-ending a car while intoxicated in Plum earlier this month.https://t.co/6Jf1JbcAXD
— Plum Advance Leader (@PlumAdvancePGH) November 29, 2021
Amy Hudak WPXI-TV
At WPXI-TV Hudak works alongside;
- David Johnson
- Lisa Sylvester
- Katherine Amenta
- Gordon Loesch
- Joe Arena
- Melanie Gillespie
- Ryan Houston
- Stephen Cropper
- Scott Harbaugh
- Danielle Dozier
- Jessica Faith
- Alby Oxenreiter