Eric Paulsen Bio, Wiki, Age, Family, Education, Wife, WWL, Net Worth, Salary, Twitter

Eric Paulsen Biography

Eric Paulsen is is a Morning Show Anchor at WWL-TV New Orleans, Louisiana, United States. Before working at WWL-TV, he worked for PM Magazine and was one of the main contributors who conducted the last broadcast interview with Tennessee Williams, a literary legend.

Eric Paulsen Career

Eric began his career as a reporter for WWL-Morning TV’s News before going on to host the highly popular local version of the nationally syndicated show PM Magazine.

Eric was one of the main contributors for the program’s national syndication, and one of the stories he’s most proud of was conducting the last broadcast interview with literary legend Tennessee Williams – conducted on the second floor of what was then “Marti’s” restaurant on the corner of Rampart Street. “I still see clips from Tennessee’s last interview on all kinds of shows years later,” Eric observed.

Eric returned to the Eyewitness newsroom in the fall of 1984 after the successful run of “PM.” For six months, he hosted solo weekend newscasts before returning to his first home on the morning set to join co-anchor Andre Trevigne. Another brilliant move by GM Mike Early was to extend the morning edition by an hour, resulting in a two-hour local block of news, weather, and features that quickly earned the show national recognition as the country’s highest-rated morning broadcast – aided by Eric and Andre’s unusual on-air chemistry. Eric was fortunate to score an interview with Fats Domino while on the morning news, which turned into more than a story and turned into a friendship that continues to this day.

Eric Paulsen Age

He was born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri, United States. However, Eric has not gone public in regards to his age despite being a popular figure. He has not made any information about his birth public, including her birthday, birthplace, or sign. We have no idea how old he is. Nonetheless, our staff are keeping an eye on things, and we’ll post the specifics as soon as they become available via our sources.

Eric Paulsen Education

In Suburban, St. Louis, he attended University City High School. Eric went on to Southern Illinois University, where he earned Bachelor of Arts in Broadcast Journalism.

Eric Paulsen Family

Eric holds an American nationality; citizenship, and he is of the white race. Unfortunately, the well-known journalist has not made any information about her parents and siblings public, including their names, ages, and occupations. Our staff are currently reviewing this material, and we will provide the facts as soon as they become available from our reliable sources.

Eric Paulsen Wife

He’s a happily married man. Eric, on the other hand, has been tight-lipped about his other half. He prefers to keep things cool and discreet. Nonetheless, our team is continuing to investigate this issue and will keep you informed as soon as we have more accurate information.

Eric Paulsen WWL

Paulsen  is a morning show anchor. For more than three decades, Eric has worked for WWL-TV. Prior to being a morning news presenter, he worked at the same station as a noon news anchor and was later hired as the host of PM Magazine, a highly popular local version of the nationally-syndicated show. Eric performed the final broadcast with Tennesse Williams, the literary icon, while working on PM Magazine. The broadcast took place on the second story of Marti’s restaurant on the corner of Rampart Street. In 1984, he returned to the Eyewitness newsroom. For six months, Eric covered the weekend newscasts alone.

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Eric Paulsen Net Worth

His net worth is estimated to be $864,064 million, which includes her earnings, investments, and other assets. Eric’s large fortune is primarily derived from his journalism career, as well as other assets. He has a large house, several automobiles, and a happy extravagant lifestyle that inspires many people in the United States and around the world.

Eric Paulsen Salary

He is one of the most well-paid journalists in the country. His  annual salary as a journalist is estimated to be $85,552.

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