Jeremy Hubbard is a proficient American reporter. He holds the position of anchor at FOX31. As a fifth-generation Colorado native, he was born in Glenwood Springs and also spent a portion of his early years in Leadville.
So, he was born on August 19th, 1972 in Glenwood Springs, Colorado, United States. Therefore, he is 51 years years old.
He initiated his professional journey at KWCH in Wichita, Kansas, while simultaneously pursuing his undergraduate education at Wichita State University.
Wife and children
Hubbard and his longtime girlfriend, Taunia Renee (also known as Taunia Hottman-Hubbard), tied the knot on September 30th, 2001. Taunia is a well-known American actress, recognized for her role in the movie “Taking Woodstock.” The couple’s relationship dates back to their college days when they both attended Wichita State University. The two are parents to two children. Their son by the name of Charlie, was born on October 7th, 2010. Also, a daughter known as Bunny was born on February 19th, 2013.
Jeremy Hubbard career
After his initial tenure from 2004 to 2007 as a weekend anchor at FOX31 Denver, Jeremy Hubbard returned to the network in 2011. Throughout his career, he has extensively traveled and reported from over 50 countries across the globe. In 2021, he provided coverage from Russia and Ukraine, while in 2020, he journeyed to Kosovo to highlight the efforts of Colorado National Guard troops stationed there. His assignments have taken him to various locations, including Afghanistan, where he profiled Colorado Air Force reservists, and Vietnam, where he accompanied local veterans back to the battlefields. Additionally, he has accompanied World War II veterans on trips to Normandy, Pearl Harbor, and the Pacific Islands. Hubbard’s reporting for FOX31 has encompassed visits to countries such as North Korea, Japan, China, Indonesia, Bosnia, Israel, and the West Bank.
Following his departure in 2007, Jeremy Hubbard joined ABC News, where he worked as an anchor and correspondent based in New York. During his time at ABC, he co-anchored the national early-morning newscasts, “World News Now” and “America This Morning.” He also reported for programs such as “Good Morning America,” “World News with Diane Sawyer,” and “Nightline.” He covered breaking news, severe weather, politics, and the economy.
Jeremy Hubbard Awards
Jeremy Hubbard has been honored with an impressive number of accolades for his outstanding work in journalism. He has been awarded over 50 Emmy Awards by the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences/Heartland Chapter, including eight Emmys specifically for his anchoring skills. In both 2021 and 2022, he received the Emmy and the Award of Excellence from the Colorado Association of Broadcasters, recognizing him as the Best Anchor.
However, he was also recognized with esteemed national awards. He received the Edward R. Murrow Award from RTDNA, which is Radio Television Digital News Association. Again, the Society of Professional Journalists awarded him with the Sigma Delta Chi award.
Jeremy Hubbard KWCH
So, he is a President of the Board of Governors for the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences/Heartland Chapter currently. He is a member of the Denver Metro Advisory Board of the Salvation Army. Also, he serves on the advisory board of Shimmering Wings, a non-profit organization that focuses on sending bereaved children to Camp Erin.