Jillian Mele Biography
Birthday: September 17, 1982 (Virgo)
Born In: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Jillian Mele is a popular American broadcast journalist who has won two Emmy awards for her achievements so far. After graduating with a degree in communication, Mele began her career as a co-anchor and sports anchor with WASM-TV in Maine. After reporting locally for a couple of years, she joined NBC 10 as a reporter and anchor. Her career took off from there, with her excellent reporting skills and natural charms getting her noticed. Her work has also won her two Emmy awards. After more than seven years with NBC, Mele decided to switch to a bigger network, Fox News. She started co-hosting their news segment ‘Fox & Friends’ alongside Rob Schmitt and later started appearing in a variety of shows. Mele did not restrict herself to reporting in the studio and has been a part of the live coverage of many important events, including being present at Miami during Hurricane Irma and at Las Vegas after the mass shootings in 2017. Mele loves to cover sports, her first love. She was recently seen covering the Philadelphia Eagles’ Super Bowl Championship.